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Stocks posted gains today on Wall Street. Brands such as General Electric, Home Depot, DuPont and Intel led the upswing.
Tuesday’s session ended with gains. General Electric, Intel and United Technologies led advancers on the Dow. Brands rebounded from earlier losses to land in the green zone.
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Indices closed out in positive territory on Monday. Technology brands such as Intel, 3M and Cisco Systems stood out among advancers on the Dow. Brands recovered from earlier losses in late afternoon action.
Friday’s session ended with losses. Hewlett-Packard, McDonald’s and American Express led decliners on the Dow. Stocks traded lower on renewed concern that Greece will default on its debt.
Indices finished in the red zone Thursday. JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America led the downswing. Stocks traded lower on a variety of economic data.
Indices closed at session peak levels Wednesday. Financial shares such as JPMorgan Chase, American Express and Bank of America led advancers on the Dow.
Indices ended in the red zone Tuesday. Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and General Electric led the downswing. Stocks slipped in the wake of last week’s lackluster jobs report and global growth concerns.
Brands traded well in to red territory Friday. Financial shares such as JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs led the downswing. Stocks slipped in the wake of less-than-stellar jobs data for August.