Wednesday’s session ended with losses. Bank of America, American Express, Disney and Boeing stood out among decliners on the Dow. Brands traded lower amid renewed European debt concerns.
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Indices closed in the green zone Tuesday. Caterpillar, IBM and 3M led the upswing. Brands rallied back for the most part from Monday’s drop.
Indices closed out in deep-red territory Monday. Stocks such as Bank of America, Ford Motor and Chevron stood out among decliners. Brands ended trading near session lows.
Indices closed out mixed on Friday. Kraft Foods, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson and Exxon Mobil led Dow advancers. After volatile moves throughout the session, the Dow traded well off session lows to land in positive territory. The S&P and Nasdaq shed some points.
Energy and basic materials shares led the drop Thursday. Stocks such as Alcoa, Caterpillar, Bank of America and Chevron stood out among Dow decliners amid increasing global economic growth concerns.
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Indices ended in the green zone Wednesday. MasterCard, Coca-Cola and General Electric stood out among advancers on the Dow. Brands lifted amid a variety of economic news.
Indices closed well into the red zone Tuesday. General Electric, United Technologies and Home Depot led the Dow’s downswing. Brands traded lower amid a slip in consumer spending and news that President Barack Obama signed a plan to raise the federal debt limit.
Indices closed out in red territory Monday. Merck and Home Depot led decliners on the Dow. Crude oil shed 81 cents to settle at $94.89 a barrel.