Friday’s session ended in red territory. Energy brands Exxon Mobil and Chevron traded lower following the release of less-than-stellar earnings details. Other energy stocks such as BP, ConocoPhillips, and PetroChina followed suit.
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Indices closed out mixed on Thursday. The Dow shed some points while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq tacked on gains. Procter & Gamble dipped 4.01% today after reporting mixed quarterly figures.
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Stocks climbed on Wednesday. Energy brands such as PetroChina, Total, Schlumberger, and ConocoPhillips led the way. Crude oil added 1.7% to settle at $48.79 a barrel following a decline in crude oil inventories. Energy Information Administration figures, released today, showed reserves decreased by 4.2 million barrels last week.
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Trading ended in green territory on Tuesday. United Parcel Service added five percent and Pfizer tacked on three percent today following the release of better-than-expected quarterly data. Brands rebounded from the recent downswing on a jump in crude oil.
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Indices closed in the red zone on Monday. Energy brands such as Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Schlumberger, and BP led the way down. West Texas Intermediate crude slipped 1.6% today to settle at $47.39 a barrel. Meanwhile, Qualcomm added 0.57% following a Morgan Stanley ratings upgrade to “overweight” from “equal weight.”