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Indices landed in red territory on Wednesday. Brands such as Caterpillar, Chevron, and Cisco led the downswing. Stocks dipped amid renewed concern that the eurozone is struggling to contain its sovereign debt crisis.
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Stocks slipped on Tuesday. Brands such as Sears, Alcoa, Bank of America, and Best Buy traded lower amid a variety of economic news.
Indices closed in red territory Monday. Morgan Stanley and Citigroup led the decline. Brands, however, moved up off session low levels as the day progressed.
Financial brands Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and American Express led gainers on the Dow Friday. Stocks stepped up on optimism that Europe has secured plans to ramp up its rescue fund, and encouraging consumer confidence data.
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Indices ended in the red zone on Thursday. Financial brands such as Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan Chase led the downswing. Stocks slipped amid continuing euro-zone uncertainty.