Indices closed out Friday’s abbreviated, post-Thanksgiving session with mixed moves in light volume action.
The Dow and S&P 500 closed at yet another record level Wednesday. Hewlett-Packard stood out among advancers in the wake of respectable quarterly results released after the closing bell on Tuesday.
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Tuesday’s session ended slightly in the green zone. Brands such as Apple and Tiffany & Co. stepped up. The Nasdaq closed above 4,000 for the first time in 13 years.
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Indices ended mixed on Monday. The Dow closed at a new record level. The Nasdaq hit a 13-year high intraday before retreating slightly to land in green territory. The S&P 500 shed some points.
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Investors pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average above 16,000 despite keeping a close eye on the Fed’s taper plans.