Stocks Higher for 7th Consecutive Session?
Tuesday morning begins on a light note but in the afternoon the Treasury releases its final budget statement for fiscal year 2009, and the third-quarter earnings sessions resumes from last week with Intel and J&J.
Ninety minutes before the opening bell, the S&P 500 is looking up 1.75 points to 1,073, a fresh annual high after six days of gains.
WTI Crude is trading $1.03 higher at $74.30 per barrel, and Spot Gold is up $9.60 to $1066.70 per ounce.
Treasuries, rebounding from last week, are seeing yields fall; the benchmark 10-year yield is down four basis points to 3.34%.
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