Monday’s session closed slightly in the red zone. Brands such as Home Depot, United Health, Boeing and IBM led the way down in thin trading volume. Investors swept some profits off the table today, in light of the recent run up in equities.
Indices closed in green territory on Friday. Brands such as UnitedHealth, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Home Depot led the way up. Trading action was somewhat thin amid winter storm conditions in the Northeast region.
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Brands took a breather on Thursday. Hewlett-Packard, Caterpillar, Pfizer and Exxon Mobil led the Dow’s descent. Euro-zone concerns and less-than-stellar earnings reports may have pressured trading action.
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Indices closed out mixed on Wednesday. 3M, Johnson & Johnson, Wal-Mart, and Alcoa led the Dow’s slight ascent. The S&P 500 posted marginal gains while the Nasdaq shed some points. Volatile trading action ended somewhat flat.
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