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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Brands took a breather Monday amid concern over the looming government shutdown. Stocks such as JPMorgan Chase, J.C. Penney and Johnson Controls traded lower.
Indices ended Friday’s session in red territory. J.C. Penney led decliners in the S&P 500. Stocks traded lower amid concern over ongoing budget negotiations in Washington.
Thursday’s session ended in the green zone. Brands added gains in the wake of encouraging initial jobless claims data. The Labor Department said first time claims decreased by 5,000 to 305,000 last week.
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