Following the market opening Monday, the Dow traded up 0.32 percent to 23,433.14 while the NASDAQ climbed 0.08 percent to 6,788.28. The S&P also fell, dropping 0.06 percent to 2,580.40. Leading and Lagging Sectors Monday morning, the non-cyclical consumer goods & services sector proved to be a source of strength for the market. read more

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