Friday’s session ended with gains. Energy brands such as Exxon, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell and BP traded higher alongside a rebound in crude oil. Stocks stepped up amid a variety of economic news.
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Indices landed in red territory on Thursday. Bank of America and Citigroup traded lower following the release of disappointing earnings details. Technology brands such as Apple and Amazon slipped as well.
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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.