http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/*********/CNBC/Dispatch/060928markets.aspx إحتمال الداو جونز يسجل ارقام جديده يا أخوان بس الحذر من تراجع المؤشر والسوق اليومDow comes up short on new high Twice the average passes 2000 highs before falling back at the close. The Dow's September is its best since 1996; the quarter is the best since 2004. H-P's Dunn apologizes over leak probe, general counsel quits. Kerkorian wants more GM shares. Latest Market Update September 28, 2006 -- 16:20 ET [BRIEFING.COM] Stocks extended their winning streak to four sessions Thursday, but market gains were again modest at best as investors grappled with volatile oil prices and some resistance after the Dow charged out of the gate and briefly... More advertisement Article Tools E-mail to a friendTools IndexPrint-friendly versionSite MapDiscuss in a Message BoardArticle IndexRate this Article Click on the stars below to rate this article from 1 to 5 Low Thank you for rating. High Average rating: 3.12 from 918 users E-mail us your comments on this article View all top-rated articles Exchange Rates Currency US Dollar British Pound Futures Spot Price 1.870557 United States Dollar (b) vs Euro Spot 1.267427 Japanese Yen Futures Spot Price 0.008475 Canadian Dollar Futures Spot Price 0.897424 MoreThe Dow Jones Industrial Average topped its all-time closing high twice during today's session but failed to set a record for a second day in a row. The Dow closed up 29 points or 0.3% on the day to 11,718.45 -- about 4.5 points under its all-time high of 11,722.98. The blue chip index topped the record right after the open. But it stagnated for much of the day, thanks to another rally that sent crude oil as high as $64.05 a barrel. Crude pulled back in late New York trading, finishing down 30 cents at $62.66. The slippage sent the stock market higher with the Dow crossing above 11,722 at about 3:45 p.m. before slipping back. Also acting as a drag on the market during the day was mixed economic news. While jobless claims fell, dropping close to economists' expectations, the Commerce Department revised its gross domestic product number for spring to 2.6% from 2.9%. The Dow was led by two troubled stocks -- General Motors (GM, news, msgs), up 2.5%, and Intel (INTC, news, msgs), up 2%. GM rose as its biggest shareholder announced he wants to buy more. Intel jumped on upbeat comments from brokers. Meanwhile, the Standard & Poor's 500 Index was up 2.6 points to 1,339, and the Nasdaq Composite Index was up 6.6 points to 2,270. Techs had a strong day. The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index ($SOX.X) finished 1% higher and led the 41 indexes Market Dispatches tracks; 14 of the 19 stocks in the index were higher. Broadcom (BRCM, news, msgs), which makes chips used in wireless systems, was up 3.7%.