Indices closed out higher today on Wall Street. Transportation, healthcare and services brands led the way up Friday. Trading action paused earlier in the session during President Obama’s press conference on the sequestration deadline, but carried on thanks to the release of better-than-expected manufacturing and consumer sentiment data.
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Thursday’s session ended in the red zone. Brands such as Procter & Gamble, Wal-Mart, and United Health traded lower. Stocks slipped in the last hour of trading action.
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Indices closed well into the green zone on Wednesday. Technology brands led the way up. Stocks rallied amid varied economic news.
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Indices closed in the green zone on Tuesday. Brands such as Home Depot, Intel, Chevron and Hewlett-Packard stepped up today on Wall Street. Stocks climbed amid a variety of economic news.
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