Wall St closes mixed to end volatile week

United States stocks closed mixed as global markets struggled to recover one session after recording steep declines in the wake of hints that the Federal Reserve could soon begin tapering its stimulus spending program and worrisome Chinese data.

United States stocks closed mixed as global markets struggled to recover one session after recording steep declines in the wake of hints that the Federal Reserve could soon begin tapering its stimulus spending program and worrisome Chinese data.

At the US market close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 41.08 points, or 0.28%, to 14,799.40 points.

In the two prior sessions the Dow fell a combined 560 points, marking its largest two-session fall since November 2011.

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