Monday’s session closed out with gains. Stocks stepped up on news of better-than-exected Chinese export levels and an upwardly revised GDP estimate for Japan.
Indices ended in mixed territory on Friday. The Dow closed fractionally in the red zone while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq added slight gains.
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Stocks added fractional gains on Thursday. Brands traded slightly higher on a variety of economic news. The Labor Department reported a decrease in initial jobless claims. New claims slipped by 9,000 to 323,000 last week.
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Wednesday’s session closed with gains. Financial and technology brands led the S&P 500’s ascent. Stocks stepped up amid favorable Beige Book data.
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Indices ended with mixed moves on Tuesday. The Dow and Nasdaq posted marginal gains. The S&P 500 shed some points. Early market momentum faded amid rising Syria concerns.
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