Trading closed out lower on Friday. Brands retreated on a variety of economic news. Crude oil continued to dip. West Texas Intermediate crude slipped 0.6% to settle at $48.14 a barrel.
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Stocks dipped on Thursday amid a variety of economic news and earnings details. McDonald’s reported quarterly net income of $1.26 per share. The results surpassed expectations of $1.23 per share.
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Indices closed in the red zone on Wednesday. Technology brands such as IBM and United Technologies traded lower in the wake of less-than-stellar quarterly numbers.
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Technology brands such as IBM and United Technologies traded lower on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Apple dipped ahead of its earnings release. The company issued robust quarterly data after the closing bell.
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Indices closed mixed on Friday. The Dow shed some points, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq added gains. Google led the Nasdaq to another all-time record level. The search giant jumped up 16% today following the release of stronger-than-anticipated quarterly data after the closing bell on Thursday.
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