NASDAQ Leads The Way For DOW And S&P 500 Index As All Three Indices Rise

NASDAQ Leads The Way, Up 0.74%

Markets were up today with all three major indices finishing the day higher. NASDAQ saw the strongest performance with an increase of 54.55 points (0.74%) to 7402.08, while DOW and S&P 500 Index went up 0.68% and 0.47% respectively.

Market Sectors

The market sectors were mixed Tuesday with a majority of the sectors trending up. Consumer Discretionary saw the biggest increase of the day (0.96%), while Financials saw the biggest drop (-0.14%). Energy has seen the biggest year-to-date gain at 13.25%.

Financials and Healthcare experienced turn arounds from their five day positive performance, Financials with a drop of -0.14%.

Sector Breakdown

  • Consumer Discretionary went up with a 0.96% change.
  • Communication Services went up with a 0.91% change.
  • Industrials went up with a 0.88% change.
  • Information Technology went up with a 0.88% change.
  • Materials went up with a 0.80% change.
  • Real Estate went up with a 0.60% change.
  • Energy went up with a 0.17% change.
  • Utilities went up with a 0.12% change.
  • Consumer Staples went down with a -0.02% change.
  • Healthcare went down with a -0.08% change.
  • Financials went down with a -0.14% change.

Stocks that hit their 52 week high today

  • Boeing Co (BA) ended the day at $410.18

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