Dow Now Up 70 Points

UPDATED (2:13 p.m.)

U.S. markets have started to head higher after a day mostly stuck in neutral.

The Dow is up some 70 points to 12,640 — a small dent in the major losses it recorded yesterday.

Leading the gain is J.P. Morgan, up nearly 2 per cent after yesterday’s downgrades by Moody’s.

Meanwhile, the Nasdaq is 24 points higher, to 2,883, while the S&P is advancing 7 to 1,333.


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