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Stocks turned higher after Speaker Kevin McCarthy told reporters the House of Representatives could vote on a debt-ceiling deal as soon as next week.

Stocks were mostly higher. The S&P was up about 0.2%. The Dow industrials were down 0.5%, while the Nasdaq was 0.9% higher.

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PacWest (PACW) and Western Alliance (WAL): The regional banks were up in afternoon trading, building on rallies Wednesday when Western Alliance soothed investors’ nerves by saying deposits have been growing this quarter.

Walmart (WMT): The stock was up 0.4% after the retailer posted stronger-than-expected profit and revenue and raised its full-year profit outlook.

Netflix (NFLX): The streaming video company’s stock jumped more than 9%, on pace for its highest close since April and its largest percentage increase since October.

Micron (MU): The U.S. chipmaker said it received support from the Japanese government to invest up to $3.6 billion in an advanced technology known as extreme ultraviolet lithography. Its shares gained more than 4%.

Cisco Systems (CSCO): The maker of networking equipment said supply-chain bottlenecks and weak macroeconomic conditions weighed on demand for its new products. Shares fell 0.3%.

Sony (SONY): The Japanese company’s American depositary receipts rose more than 3% after Sony said it was considering a spinoff of its financial unit and planned to buy back up to $1.45 billion of stock.


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