Indices closed with mixed moves on Tuesday. The Dow ended in the red zone while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq added some points. Michael Kors Holdings stood out among advancers.
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Indices closed well into the green zone on Monday. Merck, Walmart, and Home Depot led advancers on the Dow. All-time highs from Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft led the Nasdaq up to a new record level. Stocks advanced in the wake of stronger-than-expected payroll additions for May.
Indices ended trading with gains on Friday. Nasdaq brands led the upswing. Stocks stepped up on stronger-than-anticipated monthly employment details.
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Indices landed in the red on Thursday. Procter & Gamble and Caterpillar led decliners on the Dow. Stocks slipped amid news the U.S. plans to impose steel tariffs on Europe, Canada, and Mexico.
If you listen to business news, you’ve surely come across GDP—gross domestic product. Learn why it is such an important economic measure in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices closed in green territory on Wednesday. Brands rebounded up off Tuesday’s drop. Financials, materials and energy stocks led the upswing on a variety of economic news.
Indices landed in the red zone on Tuesday. Financial brands including Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Citigroup, and Bank of America led the downswing. Stocks traded lower amid political uncertainty in Italy and a drop in crude oil prices.
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