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U.S. markets turned sharply lower at the opening bell Thursday after closing out the third quarter in the previous session with encouraging returns. The third quarter ended with the Dow Jones industrial average up 15 percent from three months ago, the best quarter in 11 years.
U.S. stock markets closed lower Wednesday, despite a gross domestic product estimate that beat expectations. The third and final government estimate of second quarter productivity said the GDP shrank 0.7 percent, rather than the previously reported 1 percent. Automatic Data Processing Inc.
U.S. stock markets turned down Wednesday, heading lower for the second consecutive day on an August to September job report. Automatic Data Processing Inc.
U.S. markets shot up Monday morning despite mixed reports on durable goods orders and home sales. In midmorning trading, the Dow Jones industrial average jumped 1.41 percent, 135.96 points, to 9,801.15. The Standard & Poor's 500 added 16.12 points, 1.54 percent, to 1,060.50.
U.S. markets fell Friday as Group of 20 world leaders met for the second day of an economic summit in Pittsburgh. President Barack Obama is scheduled to announce the G20 nations had superseded the longer-standing Group of 8 on economic issues. But Peter Morici, a former chief economist with the U.S.
U.S. markets were mixed Friday morning as Group of 20 world leaders met for the second day of an economic summit in Pittsburgh. President Barack Obama is scheduled to announce the G20 nations had superseded the longer-standing Group of 8 on economic issues.
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