NEW YORK (AP) _ The Dow Jones industrial average is up 39 points in today's early going. Advancing issues on the New York Stock Exchange hold a 4-3 lead over decliners.

The Nasdaq Composite Index is ahead 12 points and the Standard & Poor's 500 Stock Index is up two points.

Traders anticipate the market will be more toned-down this week, after several days of hyper-volatility last week.

The primary reason for caution is tomorrow's meeting of the Federal Reserve's policy panel.

And even though a quarter-point hike in short-term rates is considered close to a sure thing, the likelihood is that investors will wait until after the Fed announces the hike before staking out new positions.

There will be some earnings news this week, with numbers later today from 3-Com.

Stocks in Europe have been higher, after Asian markets were mostly lower.