Indices closed with mixed moves on Wednesday. The Dow shed some points. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq gained on a spate of economic news including second-quarter GDP data, which showed the economy expanded at a greater-than-anticipated 4 percent, as well as the Fed’s decision to cut monthly bond buying by $10 billion to $25 billion.
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Stocks retreated on Tuesday amid geopolitical as well as financial news. President Barack Obama announced new sanctions against Russia. Meanwhile, consumer confidence figures from the Conference Board jumped to a seven-year high in July.
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Indices closed with mixed moves on Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 added slight gains. The Nasdaq ended fractionally lower. Trading action was mixed on a myriad of economic news.
Indices closed well into the red zone on Friday. Stocks retreated on a variety of economic data. Amazon.com traded lower in the wake of its missed forecasts.
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Indices closed with mixed moves on Thursday. The Dow and Nasdaq ended fractionally in red territory while the S&P 500 added slight gains, maintaining peak level status. Trading ended flat in light volume.