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Stocks closed mixed on Friday with the S&P closing lower for the 10th time in the past 12 trading sessions.
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Investing.com - The S&P 500 closed just below the flatline Friday as upbeat earnings from corporates helped ease investor jitters about global growth.
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NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks gave up an early rally Friday and struggled to another mixed finish as investors continued to sell former favorites like retailers. Household goods makers rose again as a week of choppy trading concluded.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 104.35 points, or 0.4%, to 25444.34 last week, while the S&P 500 squeaked out a 0.65 point rise to 2767.78, and even the Nasdaq Composite finished off just 0.6%, to 7449.03.
The major indexes finished well off their highs, despite big gains from Procter & Gamble and PayPal. And trade is becoming a bigger issue.
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New Age Beverages Corp. disclosed Friday afternoon that a board member resigned after the company learned that he had previously settled a disciplinary action with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The beverage company, which plans to launch drinks with a cannabis-derived compound commonly known as CBD, said in a filing with the SEC that it "was apprised of previously undisclosed information relating to Robert J. Evans and Pennington Capital Management LLC stemming from a November 2014 Securities and Exchange Commission Order" on Thursday. That order required board member Evans and Pennington Capital Management to pay $165,000 to settle charges of illegally buying shares in a secondary offering that they had previously shorted in a restricted period, without admitting nor denying guilt. Companies that sell or plan to sell CBD beverages, such as New Age Beverages and India Globalization Capital Inc., or IGC, have been caught up in a volatile market for cannabis-related stocks around Canada's legalization of recreational marijuana sales this week. New Age Beverages shares have jumped 193% in the past three months, as the S&P 500 index has declined 1.3%.
By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks dipped on Friday, dragging a global index into a fourth consecutive weekly loss, while the euro and sterling rallied against the dollar after a report said ...
U.S. stocks gave up an early rally Friday and struggled to another mixed finish as investors continued sell former favorites like retailers. Household goods makers rose again as a week of choppy trading ...
Stocks dipped on Friday, dragging a global index into a fourth consecutive weekly loss, while the euro and sterling rallied against the dollar after a report said Britain is ready to drop a key Brexit ...
The U.S. benchmark S&P 500 stock index edged lower on Friday as strong earnings from Procter & Gamble Co (PG.N) were offset by ongoing concerns about rising interest rates and tensions over trade policy denting economic growth. Shares of Procter & Gamble jumped 8.8 percent after the consumer goods company reported a surprise rise in first-quarter sales. The climb in Procter & Gamble shares lifted the Dow and helped advance the S&P 500 consumer staples index (.SPLRCS) 2.3 percent.