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Wall Street bounced back quickly but modestly on Thursday as the peak day of the earnings season was rather mixed, with investors still getting over their disappointment over White House tax cut plans the previous day.
Stocks managed to hold onto slight gains at the open as investors continued to mull over the White House's tax cut plans announced the night before amid a barrage of largely as expected economic data.
Orders for goods made to last more than three years edged past forecasts on the back of stronger demand for military aircraft.
Economists were optimistic that some form of tax relief would pass Congress in 2017, despite the lack of detail in the White House's proposals announced overnight.
US President Donald Trump has ruled out the departure of the country from the North American Free Trade Agreement, despite previously pledging to withdraw from the deal.
US consumer confidence slipped in April as the outlook for business conditions and employment deteriorated, according to one of the most widely-followed gauges of sentiment.
US home sales increased last month at their fastest clip since 2007.
US futures pointed to a marginally firmer open on Wall Street on Tuesday as investors continued to mull Donald Trump's tax reform pledges ahead of more earnings reports.