Indices closed higher on Tuesday. Turbulent trading ended with gains among brands such as Altria Group and Duke Energy. Stocks moved up despite continued Greek debt crisis concern.
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Indices ended in the red zone on Monday. Stocks slipped on a variety of economic news. Energy brands such as Transocean Ltd. and ConocoPhillips traded lower amid a dip in crude oil.
Stocks took a slight breather on Thursday. Brands traded lower on a bevy of economic news. Initial jobless claims increased last week. Labor Department data, released today, showed new claims climbed by 10,000 to 281,000.
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Trading closed with gains on Wednesday. Stocks stepped up on a variety of news. Manufacturing ramped up in June. The Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing index climbed to 53.5 from 52.8 in May.
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Trading ended in green territory on Tuesday. Stocks rebounded somewhat from Monday’s sell off. Apple tacked on 0.72% following the launch of its media streaming service, Apple Music.