US markets trade higher to start this week as stimulus talks appear to be getting us to a place where investors are happy. The Dow Jones rose 353 points, or 1.2%. The S&P 500 gained 1.9% and the Nasdaq advanced 2.9%, led by $APPL up 6%. $AMZN up 5.2% off tomorrows launch of Prime Day. Investors are also bracing for the third-quarter earnings season. Several major banks and airlines are slated to report their results this week, including JPMorgan Chase and Delta Air Lines on Tuesday.

Oil and Gas News Today

Oil moves lower today amid reports of increasing Libyan output, with crude oil prices trading around $39.59, down about 2.5% on the day. Natural gas prices shy rockets after Delta leaves Cameron LNG facility without feedgas intake, taking the front month contract up to $2.83

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