Indices closed out in the red zone on Thursday. Apple traded lower amid rising signs of a dip in smartphone demand. Shares fell below the $100 mark for the first time since October 2014.
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Brands retreated on Wednesday. Energy stocks such as Chevron, Exxon Mobil, and Royal Dutch Shell led decliners on a dip in crude oil. West Texas Intermediate crude slipped by 5.6% to settle at $33.97 a barrel.
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Indices ended trading in the red zone on Thursday. Stocks slipped on the last session of 2015. Apple led decliners on the Dow amid a variety of economic news.
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Indices closed the trading session in red territory on Wednesday. Energy brands such as Exxon Mobil, Chevron, and Schlumberger led the way lower on a decline in oil. West Texas Intermediate crude oil prices slipped 3.4% today to settle at $36.60 a barrel. Additionally, Energy Information Administration showed an unexpected increase of 2.6 million barrels in crude inventories in the past week.
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Trading on Tuesday closed with gains. Amazon hit a new record level, and other consumer brands such as Home Depot and Priceline Group prospered, while Apple and Alphabet paced tech gainers. Stocks advanced amid a variety of economic news.