Indices closed in red territory on Friday. Telecom brands such as Verizon Communications, AT&T and Vodafone led the way lower. Stocks dipped on a variety of economic news. Labor Department data showed the economy added 280,000 jobs in May. Economists had expected an addition of 210,000 jobs.
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Stocks sold off on Thursday. Energy brands such as Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Chesapeake Energy, and BP led the dip. Meanwhile, West Texas Intermediate crude shed 2.8 percent today to settle at $58 a barrel.
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Indices closed in green territory on Wednesday. Financial brands such as Bank of America, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo led the ascent. Stocks gained amid the release of trade gap, services industry and Beige Book data.
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Brands retreated slightly on Tuesday. Intel led decliners on the Dow following a BMO Capital ratings downgrade to “market perform.” Stocks dipped amid a variety of economic data.
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Stocks stepped up on Monday amid favorable economic news. Technology brands such as Microsoft and Altera let the way. Microsoft moved up after announcing a late July release of its new operating system, Windows 10, while Altera added gains after Intel announced plans to purchase the chipmaker for $54 a share, or $16.7 billion.