Indices closed out mixed on Monday. Tech sector stocks brought the NASDAQ down, marking the largest decline since July. The S&P 500 stayed near its previous close while the Dow Industrials crept slightly higher.
Stocks traded lower in Friday’s session on a variety of economic news. Darden took a breather today on less-than-spectacular earnings details.
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Indices closed out mixed in Thursday’s trading session. The Dow shaved some points while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq added marginal gains. Investors proceeded with caution amid renewed Middle East concern.
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Stocks stepped up on Wednesday. Technology brands such as Yahoo!, Twitter and Apple led the way. Apple gained in the wake of its new product announcement.
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Tuesday’s trading session ended in the red zone. Technology brands such as Amazon.com, eBay and Intel led decliners. Meanwhile, Apple shed some points following its latest product launch.