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US stocks wrapped up the week on an upbeat note with mild gains, as the market was underpinned by a batch of multiple data, and Wall Street digested the European Central Bank's (ECB) fresh monetary decision, as well as the latest development on US-China trade scenario, fueling hopes for global economic growth.
US stocks closed higher, as anxieties over US-China trade tensions eased. Meanwhile, Wall Street digested a batch of mixed data.
US stocks closed lower on Tuesday, as the market was rocked by renewed fears over a potential recession and investors digested the latest consumer confidence data.
US stocks ended lower on Monday, as the market was sunk by growing worries about the prospects of US economic growth and worsening US-China trade frictions.
US stocks ended the day in negative territory with technology and energy sectors leading the laggards.
US stocks ended mixed on Wednesday as investors remained concerned about trade tensions between the US and China.
US stocks traded higher on Wednesday, as the market was buoyed by Apple's strong quarterly earnings, and investors anticipated the US Federal Reserve to deliver its latest monetary policy, which could possibly lead to the first interest rate cut in more than a decade.
US stocks ended lower on Tuesday amid a batch of mixed data, including a slightly rising consumer spending last month, which pointed to the slowing of US economic growth.
US stocks closed higher as the market sentiment was lifted by a central bank official's remarks.
U.S. stocks closed lower as investors digested the latest corporate earnings reports and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's remarks.