Financials, Telecoms and energy brands added gains on Tuesday. The Nasdaq closed at new record level on prospects of a debt solution for Greece.
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Stocks posted gains on Monday. Financials such as Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and American Express stepped up. Brands prospered on a variety of economic news as well as word that a Greek debt deal may finally see the light of day.
Indices closed out Friday’s session in the red zone. Brands retreated on continued Greek debt concern. The European Central Bank has reportedly boosted its funding limit for emergency loans to Greece’s banks, according to Reuters, after customers withdrew one billion euros from banks on Friday alone.
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Brands climbed on Thursday. The Nasdaq traded up to a new record level. Stocks prospered in the wake of dovish Federal Reserve commentary and despite continued Greek debt discussion. On another note, Labor Department data, released today, showed a jump in consumer prices for May.
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Indices turned higher on Wednesday. Stocks advanced on Federal Reserve news. Commentary from the Federal Open Market Committee meeting showed little change.
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