Monday, February 20, 2012

U.S. stocks

U.S. stocks rose for a third week, the longest winning streak since October, as better-than-estimated economic data and corporate earnings boosted confidence in America's growth.
Led technology and energy companies marched nine out of 10Standard & Poor's 500 index groups, climbing more than 2.7percent. The Sears Holdings Corp., 46 percent amid speculation that they might go private and optimism communications and information technology company will approve the financing of the group of vendors in the retail storesLed the Bank of America (BAC), the DowJones Industrial Average gains after profit. Increased the InternationalBusiness Machines Corporation by 5.2 percent after it beat earningsestimates of analysts predict.
Advanced S & P 500 2 percent, to 1,315.38 this week. It gained 4.6 percent in 2012, and the best beginning of a year since 1997. The Dow Jones 298.42 points, or 2.4%to 12,720.48 this weekand access to the highest level since July 21.

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