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Indices closed in the green zone on Friday. Brands rebounded from choppy action throughout the week to end with gains. The S&P 500 jumped the most in five months as news of reduced Ukraine tensions offset Middle East crises concern.
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Stocks traded lower on Thursday. Action was turbulent on a variety of news. Geopolitical pressure continued.
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Wednesday’s session closed with fractional gains. Trading ended flat with Boeing leading the way down while AOL tacked on 7.5 percent following the release of better-than-expected second-quarter results.
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Indices closed lower Tuesday amid geopolitical news as well as services industry data. Technology brands such as Intel led the way down on ramped up Ukraine rumblings.
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