Stocks climbed today on Wall Street. Brands such as Bank of America, Disney, UnitedHealth, and JPMorgan Chase posted gains on the Dow. Trading moved higher amid more “fiscal cliff” news. Although they have yet to agree on an ultimate solution, House Speaker John Boehner said he expects to keep working on a budget plan with President Barack Obama.
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Wednesday’s session closed in the red zone. Brands such as General Electric, Alcoa, American Express, and Home Depot led the way down. Stocks slipped amid word of increased wrangling in budget negotiations in Washington.
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Indices closed well into green territory on Tuesday. Bank of America, Hewlett-Packard, United Technologies, and Intel led the Dow’s ascent. Stocks stepped up amid signs of further progress in budget discussions in Washington.
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Stocks posted gains on Monday. Bank of America, Home Depot, McDonald’s and JPMorgan Chase led the way up on the Dow. Brands climbed amid news of budget talks progress in Washington.
Friday’s session ended in the red zone. American Express, Microsoft and Merck led the Dow lower. Stocks slipped in the wake of favorable manufacturing levels in China and a court ruling for Apple.
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