Earnings once again took center stage on Wall Street Friday, as favorable results from a host of companies, including Microsoft and General Electric, boosted investor sentiment going into the weekend. European markets also stabilized going into a key election in France. Just before 2:45 p.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrials
But not all stocks shared in the rally today. Bank of America
Among the Dow's energy stocks, both ExxonMobil
All earnings, all the time
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