The Dow Jones Industrials
With the Greek elections wreaking havoc on the market and increasing uncertainty over a European rebound, the dollar gained ground on the euro as commodities took a swim. Crude prices failed to find support as the freefall continues, with June futures down 0.68% today.
On the day, Fossil
On the other hand, Disney
The Dow components hit the hardest were those in the volatile banking sector and the industrial sector. Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase
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