Stocks retreated on Tuesday. Brands dipped amid global stimulus uncertainty on news that the Bank of Japan elected not to implement more government bond purchases. Companies such as Citigroup and General Motors traded lower.
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Indices closed out mixed on Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 ended fractionally in the red. The Nasdaq added some points. Brands dipped from early high levels to land slightly along the flat line.
Friday’s session closed well into green territory. Boeing, Walt Disney and American Express led the Dow’s ascent, while Morgan Stanley, GameStop and NRG Energy led gains on the S&P 500. Stocks rallied amid the release of monthly employment data.
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Stocks stepped up on Thursday. Housing and networking brands led the way. Stocks prospered ahead of the release of monthly employment data, which is scheduled for tomorrow.
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Indices closed well into the red zone on Wednesday. Stocks slipped amid the release of varied economic news.