MID-MORNING MARKET UPDATE: MARKETS OPEN LOWER; PHILIP MORRIS PROFIT BEATS ESTIMATES

Following the market opening Thursday, the Dow traded down 0.48 percent to 25,582.53 while the NASDAQ declined 0.76 percent to 7,584.60. The S&P also fell, dropping 0.48 percent to 2,795.79. read more

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