(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks fluctuated, after the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to a record yesterday, as investors dissected corporate earningsand data showing an unexpected gain in jobless claims and higher consumer spending.

T-Mobile US Inc. rallied 9.6% after adding 1.3 million new monthly subscribers last quarter. Sprint Corp. surged 5.2% after meeting with banks to make debt arrangements for a bid for T-Mobile. Yelp Inc. gained 9.7% after raising its forecast for 2014 revenue.

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