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The Dow ended well into positive territory on Thursday while the S&P 500 closed at a high level for the year. Cisco led the Dow’s ascent, tacking on 9.3 percent today following the release of quarterly details that exceeded expectations.
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Indices closed mixed on Wednesday. The Dow and S&P 500 traded fractionally lower while the Nasdaq landed in green territory. Moves were mixed along the flat line amid falling oil and no resolution for Greece.
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Tuesday’s trading closed with gains. Brands such as Coca-Cola advanced on the Dow. The soft-drink maker tacked on nearly three percent today following the release of fourth-quarter earnings of 44 cents per share.
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Indices closed in red territory on Monday. Stocks traded lower amid a lift in crude oil and continued Greece eurozone uncertainty.
Indices landed in red territory on Friday. Stocks traded lower in afternoon moves on a variety of news. Greece’s new government showed no signs of relenting in its discussions with the European Central Bank on reforms to its bailout program. Meanwhile, the Labor Department released data on January employment.