Indices closed at new record heights on Friday. Brands such as Microsoft and Electronic Arts ticked up on stronger-than-expected jobs data for November. Department of Labor figures showed U.S. employers added 228,000 jobs last month. The results exceeded estimates of 190,000.
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Indices closed with gains on Thursday. Technology brands such as Facebook, Alphabet, and Apple advanced on a variety of economic news.
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Indices traded with mixed moves on Wednesday. The Dow closed in the red. The S&P 500 ended the session fractionally lower and the Nasdaq posted slight gains on a rebound in technology brands.
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Indices closed in the red zone on Tuesday. Early market momentum faded in afternoon trading. Technology brands including Facebook, Snap and Alphabet ticked up while Walt Disney and AT&T shed some points.
Indices ended trading in red territory on Friday. Stocks rebounded up off session lows to close in the red zone for the day. Technology brands such as Apple, Facebook, and Alphabet sold off. Meanwhile, energy sector brands including Exxon Mobil and Schlumberger ticked up on a jump in crude oil prices.