Flat trading continued for a second day, but after teasing investors with a positive finish, the Dow Jones Industrial Average
Several company-specific stories continue to gain ground, none larger than the Apple
On the Dow, a little over one-third of the index finished with gains, the largest of which belonged to Kraft
Thanks to the Dow's unique weighting system, the majority of the index's gains came from Caterpillar's
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