Corrected: Wall Street flat on data, but energy helps (Reuters)

People walk through the rain past the New York Stock Exchange in New York early on Tuesday, March 30, 2010. A second major storm in less than a month continued to drench the east coast as forecasters predicted 'dangerous flooding'. A statue of George Washington is at right. (AP Photo/Peter Morgan)Reuters – U.S. stocks kept close to the break-even point on Wednesday after weak reports on the labor market and regional manufacturing were offset by strength in the energy sector.