Stocks stepped up today on Wall Street. Brands such as WPX Energy, Chesapeake Energy, and Noble Energy led the S&P 500 within a few points of another all-time record level. Stocks climbed amid news of decreasing jobless claims.
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Indices landed in the green zone on Wednesday. IBM and Boeing led the Dow’s ascent. Stocks posted gains in light trading volume amid some favorable economic news.
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Stocks traded slightly lower today on Wall Street. Brands such as Caterpillar, Bank of America, Walt Disney and Cisco took a breather. Stocks slipped Tuesday following five consecutive record closings for the Dow.
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Monday’s session ended in the green zone. The Dow closed at a fifth-straight record level, led up by the likes of Merck, Boeing, and American Express. Brands managed to rebound off earlier low levels after news of less-than-stellar retail sales levels and industrial production data in China initially impacted trading.
Friday’s session closed out in positive territory. McDonald’s, DuPont, Walt Disney, and 3M stood out among advancers on the Dow. Stocks stepped up amid the release of better-than-expected monthly jobs data.
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Home office deductions have always been tricky. For 2013, the IRS tried to simplify it with a safe-harbor method. Read all about it in this Business Tip.