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Stock prices were lower across the globe on Tuesday, ending a two-day rally.
The gains weren’t as robust, but stock prices were higher on Monday to open the week, continuing Friday’s rally.
Stocks continued their December decline on Wednesday as investors seemed to take mostly better than expected economic reports as reason to believe that the Federal Reserve might soon begin bond tapering.
Global stock, bond and commodities markets were mostly lower on Monday to kick off December following a batch of stronger than expected economic reports from the U.S. and Europe and a weakish report on Black Friday sales.
Stock prices rebounded on Thursday, rising for the first time this week and sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to its first close above 16000.
Stocks opened higher on Monday, boosting the Dow and S&P 500 to new milestones before weakening later in the session and closing mostly lower.
Friday’s economic data was a touch on the soft side, but stock prices rose to record levels anyway, as investors took soft economic data to mean the Federal Reserve will continue its $85 billion a month bond buying program into … Continue reading
U.S. stocks bucked a global downtrend on Wednesday.
Global stocks were mostly higher in quiet trading Monday in the absence of any significant government economic reports and U.S. Treasury bond trading, which was closed for Veterans Day.
Stocks resumed their upward trajectory on Thursday while bond traders took some profits.