Wednesday’s session ended in the red zone. Stocks dipped amid news that Greece’s creditors are delaying the country’s bailout.
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Indices closed out mixed on Tuesday. The Dow ended just slightly in the green thanks to an afternoon rebound. The S&P 500 shed a few points and the Nasdaq added fractional gains. Brands such as Hewlett-Packard, Boeing, and Wal-Mart led advancers on the Dow.
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Indices closed in positive territory on Monday. Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase headed up the Dow’s ascent while Apple led advancers on the Nasdaq. Stocks climbed on news that Greece is set to receive bailout approval.
Friday’s session closed in the red zone. Despite the largest one-day dip for the year so far, brands traded well off session lows thanks to some late-day rallying. Stocks slipped amid Greek debt uncertainty and mixed economic data.
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Thursday’s session closed in positive territory. Brands climbed on promising Greece news and declining jobless claims.
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