Indices ended Tuesday’s session with gains. The Dow hit yet another all-time record level, led up by the likes of Intel, Hewlett-Packard and Boeing. Stocks climbed amid the release of favorable durable goods orders and home price data.
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Stocks traded lower on Monday. Industrial brands such as Textron and Caterpillar declined while technology stock BlackBerry slipped following a Goldman Sachs downgrade for the smartphone maker to neutral from buy.
Friday’s session ended with gains. Technology brands such as Apple and Micron Technology traded higher.
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Stocks took a breather on Thursday. Brands such as Oracle, Cisco Systems, and Juniper Networks traded lower. Stocks slipped amid concern over Europe’s debt crisis and despite stronger-than-expected U.S. economic data.
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Wednesday’s session ended with gains. Brands stepped up amid comments from this week’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting.
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