NEW YORK, June 1 (UPI) -- U.S. stocks Tuesday recouped small, early session losses due to oil price hikes and closed largely unchanged.
The Dow Jones industrial average gained 14.2 or 0.14 percent to 10,202.65 on a volume of 1.24 billion shares. The Nasdaq composite index rose 4.03 or 0.20 percent to 1,990.77, and the Standard & Poor's 500 index climbed 0.52 or 0.05 percent to 1,121.20.
A weekend attack in Saudi Arabia that left 22 dead sent light sweet crude futures in New York for July delivery up $2.44 to close at $42.32 a barrel -- a record high, CNN reported.
"Closing above $42 is scary," said Phil Flynn, energy analyst with Alaron Trading.
The 10-year Treasury note lost about 3/8 point, or $3.75 for each $1,000 invested, for a 4.71 percent yield.
The dollar rose to 110.63 yen, up from 110.29, as the euro rose against the dollar to $1.2232 from $1.2214.
Elsewhere, in Europe, prices declined in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Milan, Amsterdam, Stockholm and Zurich. In Asia, stocks rose in Japan but declined in Hong Kong.