Trading closed to the downside on Wednesday. Brands rebounded somewhat from session lows to end in the red zone on a variety of economic news. Meanwhile, Commerce Department data showed retail sales retreated in December.
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Indices closed in the red zone on Tuesday. Volatile moves ended with a slight slip alongside oil. Meanwhile, Amazon and Apple lifted on ratings boosts from Citigroup and Credit Suisse respectively.
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Energy brands such as Exxon and Chevron led the Dow lower on Monday as crude oil futures retreated 4.2 percent to settle at $46.31 a barrel. Kicking off earnings season, aluminum producer Alcoa reported data that exceeded fourth-quarter estimates.
Friday’s session ended in red territory. Energy brands led the way down. Stocks traded lower to cap off a volatile week.
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Indices ended in the green zone on Wednesday. Stocks rallied amid a deluge of economic news. The U.S. foreign trade gap narrowed to $39 billion in November from $42.2 billion in October.