Indices closed trading with gains on Thursday. The Dow hit an all-time record level for the 71st time this year, led higher by UnitedHealth and Caterpillar.
There are far more issues related to gambling than you might imagine, and they may be impacting your taxes more than you know. We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices closed in green territory on Wednesday. Stocks stepped up in late afternoon trading. Healthcare and technology stocks led advancers while energy brands dipped on a decline in the price of crude oil.
The amount of risk in your portfolio should reflect your ability to endure periods of market
volatility, both financially and emotionally. Learn what questions to ask yourself in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices closed slightly in the red zone on Friday. Brands including Nike, UnitedHealth Group, and JPMorgan Chase shed some points. Indices were up for the week but down for the session on a variety of economic news.
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Indices closed trading with gains on Thursday. Financial and energy brands led the advance. Stocks such as Goldman Sachs and Chevron stepped up on tax cut optimism.
Indices closed slightly in the red on Wednesday. Market moves were mixed as the Republican tax overhaul passed its final vote. Meanwhile, existing-home sales jumped up in November.