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Stocks moved higher in the last trading session of 2012. Hewlett-Packard, Caterpillar, General Electric and Bank of America led the Dow’s ascent. Brands climbed on optimism that a budget plan is close to completion in Washington.
Indices closed out Friday’s session in the red. PC titan Hewlett-Packard fell 2.6%, and led the way down. Oil brands such as Chevron and Exxon Mobil traded lower as well.
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Stocks such as JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America traded lower Thursday, but brands rebounded well off earlier low levels. When all was said and done, indices ended flat on news of jobless claims, new-home sales and consumer confidence.
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Wednesday’s post-holiday session ended in red territory. Wal-Mart led the decline on the Dow. Retailers took a breather on less-than-bountiful sales levels for the month.
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