Indices ended Friday’s session in red territory. Stocks such as Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, MasterCard and Mattel traded lower after posting less-than-stellar quarterly results. Brands dipped amid the release of mixed economic news.
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Stocks stepped up on Thursday amid favorable earnings details from the likes of Facebook and Viacom. Brands also flourished on a variety of economic news.
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Indices ended in red territory on Wednesday. Brands took a breather following comments from the FOMC meeting. Tapering continued, asset purchases were reduced by $10 billion to $65 billion in bonds per month, in light of an improving economy and job market.
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Indices closed to the upside on Tuesday. Following a trio of downside days, brands turned higher today on Wall Street. D.R. Horton led advancers on the S&P 500. The home builder stock stepped up following the release of earnings.
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Indices landed in the red zone on Monday. Brands traded lower for the third consecutive session amid a variety of economic news.