Quick Recap of Thursday’s Session:
Stocks finished lower on Thursday, marking the Dow Jones’ fourth straight session finishing in negative territory. Major indices opened lower following comments from St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who said that the FOMC minutes were “a bit stale” and that the probability of more QE was “not as high” as markets expected this summer. Weak flash PMIs from China and Europe and underwhelming economic data here in the U.S. also dampened sentiment. Stocks sold off steadily throughout the day, closing near their intraday lows.
S&P 500 -0.%, NASDAQ -0.%, DJIA -0.%, Midcaps -0.%.
Looking Ahead to Friday:
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