Indices closed well into red territory on Friday. Stocks sold off amid news of the Brexit voting results. The pro-exit vote impacted stocks and oil prices. Financial brands such as Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase traded lower.
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Indices closed trading in the green zone on Thursday. Financial and energy brands led the way ahead of the final count of the Brexit referendum vote in the U.K.
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Brands traded slightly lower on Wednesday. Investors proceeded with caution ahead of the Brexit referendum vote. On Thursday, U.K. citizens will vote on whether to leave the European Union.
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Indices traded into the green zone on Tuesday. Technology stocks such as Microsoft and Apple led the way.
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Indices closed in green territory on Monday. AT&T, 3M, and Honeywell led advancers. Brands finished off peak levels as momentum faded in the late afternoon.