Indices closed out in the red Tuesday. Financial stocks JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America led decliners on the Dow. Brands retreated amid concern that a Greece referendum, pledged by Prime Minister George Papandreou, may jeopardize Europe’s bailout.
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Monday’s session ended in the red zone. Financial stocks Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, and Bank of America and commodities brands such as Alcoa and Chevron took a breather. Stocks dipped on the last trading session of a strong month.
Indices ended mixed on Friday. The Dow and S&P 500 added slight gains. The Nasdaq closed fractionally lower. Hewlett-Packard, Alcoa, and Merck led the Dow’s advance.
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Indices closed well into green territory on Thursday. Bank of America, Alcoa and JPMorgan Chase led the Dow’s ascent. Stocks climbed amid news that European leaders have agreed on key details of a plan to stem the eurozone debt crisis.
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Stocks posted gains on Wednesday. Boeing, Chevron and Caterpillar led the Dow’s upswing. Brands climbed on better-than-expected economic reports and news that China may invest in Europe’s recapitalizing plan.
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Tuesday’s session ended in the red zone. Stocks retreated amid a variety of economic news.