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Stocks close higher as trade tensions between the U.S. and China dissipated for the moment.

Stocks fell on Thursday after President Donald Trump indicated trade talks between the U.S. and China may not be fruitful.

Stocks traded higher on Monday amid hopes of a potential breakthrough in trade tensions between the U.S. and China, the world’s two largest economies.

Stocks kicked off the week trading higher on Monday, as investors built on a strong rally seen in the previous session, while energy stocks rose.

The Dow Jones industrial average erased a nearly 400-point loss Thursday afternoon as tailwinds from strong earnings offset lingering geopolitical tensions.

Publicly traded companies in the U.S. could do something they have never done before, according to data compiled by Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst at S&P Dow Jones Indices.

Stocks rose on Thursday, helped by strong quarterly results from some of the biggest U.S. companies.

The Dow Jones industrial average closed higher for the first time in six sessions on Wednesday, recovering from sharp losses seen earlier in the day, as Boeing soared on strong earnings.

It has been a tough year for the Dow Jones industrial average thus far as the 30-stock index struggles for gains. History shows it could get a lot tougher because of the midterm elections scheduled for later in 2018.

Traders are initially rewarding companies for outperforming analysts’ expectations but changing their tune and selling harshly throughout the day, according to Bespoke Investment Group.

Stocks fell on Tuesday, giving up earlier gains, as investors were left disappointed with the latest batch of earnings while interest rates jumped to levels not seen in years.

Stocks slipped on Tuesday, giving up earlier gains, as losses in 3M and Google-parent Alphabet pushed staples and technology shares lower.

Stocks fell on Monday as tech shares declined, while investors fretted over higher interest rates.

Stocks dropped on Friday as a decline in Apple pushed the technology sector lower. A rise in interest rates also kept a lid on equities.