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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Indices closed in the red zone on Monday. Hewlett Packard and Microsoft led the way down in abbreviated pre-holiday trading.
Friday’s session closed in red territory. Stocks such as Bank of America, Walt Disney, Caterpillar and Alcoa led the way down. Brands took a breather as budget talks came to a standstill in Washington. Stocks slipped amid a variety of economic data.
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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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