Indices ended to the downside on Wednesday. Boeing, General Electric, and JPMorgan Chase led the Dow lower. Concerns over the stability of Spain’s banking system and Greece’s future in the euro zone pressured trading.
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Indices closed in red territory on Tuesday. Hewlett-Packard, Alcoa, and Bank of America led the Dow’s descent. Stocks slipped amid word of political turmoil in Greece.
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Indices closed out mixed on Monday. The Dow ended in the red zone. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted marginal gains. Walt Disney led advancers while Caterpillar led decliners. Stocks made mixed moves in the wake of weekend elections in France and Greece.
Friday’s session ended with losses. Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, and Cisco led the descent. Stocks retreated in the wake of less-than-stellar jobs data for April.
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Indices closed in the red Thursday. Financial and technology brands such as Bank of America and Hewlett-Packard traded lower. Stocks took a breather ahead of tomorrow’s monthly jobs report.
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