Trading ended with gains on Friday. Stocks stepped up today amid growing optimism that lawmakers are getting closer to breaking the budget impasse.
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Thursday’s session closed in the red zone. Stocks slipped amid the lingering government shutdown. S&P 500 brands such as Boeing, PulteGroup and United Technologies traded lower.
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Brands retreated on Wednesday amid political uncertainty, as no solution to the partial government shutdown was in sight.
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Indices closed in positive territory on Tuesday. Netflix and Walgreen led the advance as investors speculated that the first partial government shutdown in nearly two decades would be short-lived.
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