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Late Equity Roundup: Late Rebound

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Off modest second half lows, stocks inching higher after the FI close -- resilient after weaker data tempers more aggressive rate hikes after year end. SPX eminis futures ESU2 currently +19.5 (0.41%) at 3782.25 vs. 3797.25 high. DJIA +29.11 (0.1%) at 30509.55; Nasdaq +109.4 (1%) at 11162.19.

  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Utilities rebound from weaker midweek performance (+2.12), followed by Health Care (+1.87%) and Consumer Staples (+1.76%). Laggers: Energy sector still underperforming (-4.61%) followed by Materials (-1.85%) and Financials (-1.16%).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: United Health Grp (UNH) extends week' rally, +8.27 to 497.95 -- after annc $1.5B purchase of health tech company EMIS on Tue. SalesForce (CRM) +5.29 at 172.74 and Home Depot (HD) +4.44 at 273.42. Laggers: Caterpillar (CAT) -10.39 at 177.44 (MS Price Target Cut to $161.00/Share From $164.00); Chevron (CVX) -6.53 at 141.34.
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Off modest second half lows, stocks inching higher after the FI close -- resilient after weaker data tempers more aggressive rate hikes after year end. SPX eminis futures ESU2 currently +19.5 (0.41%) at 3782.25 vs. 3797.25 high. DJIA +29.11 (0.1%) at 30509.55; Nasdaq +109.4 (1%) at 11162.19.

  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Utilities rebound from weaker midweek performance (+2.12), followed by Health Care (+1.87%) and Consumer Staples (+1.76%). Laggers: Energy sector still underperforming (-4.61%) followed by Materials (-1.85%) and Financials (-1.16%).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: United Health Grp (UNH) extends week' rally, +8.27 to 497.95 -- after annc $1.5B purchase of health tech company EMIS on Tue. SalesForce (CRM) +5.29 at 172.74 and Home Depot (HD) +4.44 at 273.42. Laggers: Caterpillar (CAT) -10.39 at 177.44 (MS Price Target Cut to $161.00/Share From $164.00); Chevron (CVX) -6.53 at 141.34.