Stocks are indicated to start today's session in positive territory, though developments in Greece could shape sentiment later in the session.
U.S. service firms grew in May at the slowest pace in a year, as both new orders and hiring slipped. The Institute for Supply Management said Wednesday that its services index fell to 55.7 in May from 57.8 in April.
The up-and-down U.S. trade deficit: The end of a West Coast dockworkers's strike boosted imports in March and slashed them in April.
NEW YORK Wall Street moved higher on optimism an agreement was on the horizon surrounding Greek debt and data pointed to a rebound in the U.S.
(AP)Dollar General Corp. (NYSE:DG) fiscal first-quarter profit topped Wall Street's expectations, and a key sales measurement rose thanks to better traffic and shoppers spending more per transaction.