Apple was the best performer among the 30 companies on the Dow index
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A look at the Wall Street and Canada markets as the Wednesday session continues
Facebook shares bounce back 4.4% after a tough week
Weekly first-time jobless claims rose to their highest level since the end of June
ADP stats indicate a better than expected jobs market, and traders continue to look to Friday's non-farm payrolls.
It is all happening on the solar power world, with SolarCity being bought out and Trina Solar going private.
Netflix caught a chill, leaving the S&P 500 under the weather.
It was a steady to trading following Tuesday's record close on Wall Street.
Jobs data was better than expected, giving stocks an early lift
Resource stocks were hit especially hard as US investors played catch-up following the 4 July market holiday
Banks, especially European ones, were bearing the brunt of the sell-off stateside.
The vote on whether the UK will leave or stay in the UK is one of the most closely watched elections in recent years
The S&P 500 was up just under 4 points at 2,092 and the Dow Jones industrial average was around 50 points higher at 17,879.
Stocks are adding to yesterday's gains, though not as briskly as had been expected before the market opened
Blue-chips have opened softer, not helped by some wishy-washy building permits numbers
Ebix has bid for Patriot National while Aegerion and QLT have agreed a merger.