Trading ended in green territory on Friday. Stocks gained on a variety of economic news. Carmaker and raw materials brands stepped up and energy stocks climbed on an upswing in crude oil. West Texas Intermediate crude added 0.8% today to settle at $44.66 a barrel.
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Indices closed with mixed moves on Thursday. The Dow eked out a slight gain while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq shed some points. L Brands led other retailers such as Urban Outfitters and Gap lower, following the release of earnings details that fell short of expectations.
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Energy brands such as Total, Royal Dutch Shell, and ConocoPhillips led the way lower on Wednesday. Stocks dipped amid a jump in domestic inventories and crude oil prices.
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Indices landed in the red zone on Tuesday. Stocks retreated on a variety of economic news. Energy brands such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron traded lower amid a downswing in crude oil.
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Indices closed in green territory on Monday. Consumer discretionary stocks led the way up while energy brands traded lower.