Stocks traded lower on Thursday amid a variety of economic news. Producer prices declined in July. Bureau of Labor Statistics data showed prices slipped 0.1% last month versus an expected increase of 0.1%.
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Indices landed in red territory on Wednesday. Walt Disney led decliners on the Dow. The entertainment company dipped 3.9% in the wake of its mixed second-quarter earnings report on Tuesday.
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Indices concluded trading in the red zone on Tuesday. Walt Disney released quarterly details after the closing bell. The entertainment giant said earnings hit $1.58 per share versus expectations of $1.55.
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Indices closed in the green zone on Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 ticked up to record level highs. Brands such as Apple, Boeing, and Caterpillar stepped up in the wake of favorable earnings reports.
Indices traded in green territory on Friday. The Dow closed at a new record level for the eighth straight session. Stocks stepped up on better-than-expected employment numbers for July.
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