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Indices closed in the green zone on Thursday. Microsoft led the S&P 500’s ascent. Stocks prospered today despite the fact that trading was halted on the Nasdaq for three hours due to a technical glitch.
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Indices ended the trading session in the red zone on Wednesday. Staples and PetSmart led the S&P 500’s decline. Brands traded lower amid the release of a variety of economic news.
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Tuesday’s trading session ended mixed. The Dow shed some points. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted gains. Best Buy and Urban Outfitters led the S&P 500’s ascent, as both brands reported second-quarter results that exceeded expectations.
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Monday’s session closed in red territory. Brands such as Cliffs Natural Resources and Apache led the S&P 500 lower.
Stocks traded lower on Friday. Nordstrom stood out among decliners on the S&P 500 after the retailer reduced its full-year earnings and revenue outlook due to weaker same-store sales.