Shares of industrial and transportation companies ticked down as traders hedged their bets on the outlook for economic activity.
Ford Motor reduced the size of plans for a Michigan battery plant, citing a pullback in the outlook for electric-vehicle demand.
British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines said it would reinstate dividends once its balance sheet and investment plans are secure.
Siemens Energy said it has defined a plan for its troubled wind-turbine unit to reach breakeven by fiscal 2026 and return to profitability after that, and extended midterm margin targets for its core businesses.
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