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Maverick trades up and down after the market closes

Trading for the last three days has been all about the market, but in some cases, it’s been a little less focused on the market than others.

We’ve compiled a look at the market in its most recent, more optimistic state.

Here’s what you need to know: 1.

Mavericks stock fell sharply as of 1 p.m.

ET Thursday.

The stock dropped to a six-year low of $2.86, after trading up more than $8 per share during the last trading session.

It’s down more than 70% from its record high of $22.10.

Investors had been waiting to see whether the company would be able to find a buyer for its stock in order to help drive the company’s share price to $6.25, the price it closed Friday at.

The stock’s loss on Thursday came after investors were expecting to see a bigger rally in the stock, as the company announced it had struck a deal with an Indian company to acquire a majority stake in its online shopping platform, which it has been in talks with for several months.

2.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 20,936, down 2,957 points or 3.1%.

The Dow has been on a tear since January, and has gained more than 400 points since the beginning of the year.

The index, which tracks the S&P 500 index, has been up over 300 points this year, with the index up more by an average of more than 6,000 points per day.

3.

The Nasdaq Composite Index, which measures the stocks in the larger U.S. market, closed at 2,984.

While the index has gained nearly 1,000 since January 1, it has gained only about 500 points since then.

It has been trading at an average gain of around 1,500 points per trade since early April.

The market has seen a lot of volatility this year and it’s likely to see more volatility on Friday as investors prepare to vote on whether to approve or reject a new merger between rival pharmaceutical companies.

4.

Shares of UnitedHealth Group were down 2.7% after the company said it would buy a majority of Covid-19-resistant life-support drug maker Novartis, bringing the company back to its previous levels.

UnitedHealth has been battling for months to find an agreement with the Novartists to buy the life-saving drug maker, which has been struggling to gain a foothold in the life insurance market.

The deal would add $1.4 billion to the company and give it a foothold at the life insurer.

5.

Shares in Google were down 1.7%, after the search giant reported that its search advertising business was on track to post a net loss of $5.1 billion for the year, down from a profit of $12.7 billion in 2016.

Google has been suffering from a wave of bad publicity stemming from the use of artificial intelligence to analyze users’ search queries and then offer tailored advertisements.

The company has been trying to convince the market that its ad strategy is not in direct competition with other search engines.

The loss could lead to further market declines in the search advertising market, as more users decide to opt out of the ads.

6.

Shares and stocks in Goldman Sachs were down 4.3% after Goldman Sachs announced it was closing the purchase of its healthcare assets.

The financial services company has struggled to make its mark in the health care market as it is heavily invested in health-related technology, but the company has also been struggling financially.

The investment bank said it plans to exit the acquisition at the end of 2017.

7.

Shares fell 2.5% after a report showed the Southeastern Baptist Convention said it was cutting the number of pastors who could minister to gay couples in Mississippi.

The move came after the Southern Baptist Convention on Wednesday rescinded a policy that allowed pastors to officiate same-sex weddings.

8.

The tech sector saw a strong rebound after a series of strong quarterly earnings reports.

Google, Facebook, and Apple saw strong quarterly results, with Google’s profit beating analysts’ expectations and Apple posting its biggest quarterly profit ever.

9.

The S&amps Technology Index fell 1.3%, after IBM reported strong revenue growth.

IBM said its revenue increased 1.9% to $22 billion for fiscal year 2017, beating analyst forecasts of $20.3 billion.

10.

Shares plunged 2.3%.

Facebook dropped 1.6% after it said it had lost more than 50% of its value since the start of the financial crisis.

The social network said it lost $2 billion in its first six months of fiscal year 2020, which was more than it lost in the first six years of the recession.

Shares are down about 25% from their high in late 2011, when Facebook was trading at $1,077.