Indices closed in green territory on Monday. Home Depot led advancers on the Dow. Meanwhile, crude oil futures moved higher today on Iraq turmoil.
Friday’s session ended with gains. Stocks traded higher today in light volume. Intel jumped up 7 percent on boosted sales forecasts for the second quarter and full year.
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Thursday’s trading session ended lower. Industrial and consumer-discretionary brands slipped amid news of rising turmoil in Iraq.
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Wednesday’s session ended in the red zone. Brands retreated amid a variety of economic news. Bank of America dipped 2.1 percent following a report that the Justice Department may seek $17 billion to settle probes into mortgage lending.
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Stocks made mixed moves on Tuesday. The Dow and Nasdaq added gains. The S&P 500 traded fractionally into red territory for the session.
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