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Analytics, 18 July 2020

Week 29 in Brief

How did the major indexes perform?

U.S. stocks closed Friday mostly along the flatline as traders concluded a volatile week while a steep decline in Netflix kept other big tech shares in check. U.S. Consumer sentiment unexpectedly fell in July over June as a resurgence in coronavirus cases weighed on Americans’ outlooks for the economy.

European stocks closed mixed as EU leaders meet for stimulus talks. Positive earnings from Daimler AG and Ericsson AB pulled carmakers and tech stocks higher.

Asian markets finished mixed as of the most recent closing prices. Chinese shares were steady after a more than 4% slide on Thursday, with investors assessing moves by policymakers to tame signs of exuberance.

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