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Late Equity Roundup: Earnings Round Out Session

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Stock indexes trading mildly weaker ahead the FI close, Nasdaq outperforming, on lighter volumes ahead Fri's July employment data and ongoing earnings releases after the bell. Currently, SPX eminis trades -5.25 (-0.13%) at 4151; DJIA -94.72 (-0.29%) at 32717.48; Nasdaq +21.6 (0.2%) at 12689.82.

  • Earnings releases after the close: Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX) $3.514 est, Expedia (EXPE $1.530 est, Corteva Inc (CTVA) $1.479 est, Amgen (AMGN) $4.402 est.
  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Industrials (+0.53%) narrowly outpaced Utilities and Materials in late trade, both +0.51%, Consumer Discretionary (+0.32%). Laggers: Energy sector continues to underperform (-1.65%), followed by Consumer Staples (-0.81%), Health Care and Financials (-0.44%).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: 3M Co (MMM) +4.78 at 148.27, Visa (V) +4.26 at 212.74, Caterpillar bounces back from Wed selling (CAT) +2.48 at 185.35, Honeywell (HON) +1.14 at 192.64. Laggers: United Health (UNH) -6.80 at 533.85, Walmart (WMT) -4.13 at 126.37, Chevron (CVX) -2.41 at 152.95.
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Stock indexes trading mildly weaker ahead the FI close, Nasdaq outperforming, on lighter volumes ahead Fri's July employment data and ongoing earnings releases after the bell. Currently, SPX eminis trades -5.25 (-0.13%) at 4151; DJIA -94.72 (-0.29%) at 32717.48; Nasdaq +21.6 (0.2%) at 12689.82.

  • Earnings releases after the close: Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX) $3.514 est, Expedia (EXPE $1.530 est, Corteva Inc (CTVA) $1.479 est, Amgen (AMGN) $4.402 est.
  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Industrials (+0.53%) narrowly outpaced Utilities and Materials in late trade, both +0.51%, Consumer Discretionary (+0.32%). Laggers: Energy sector continues to underperform (-1.65%), followed by Consumer Staples (-0.81%), Health Care and Financials (-0.44%).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: 3M Co (MMM) +4.78 at 148.27, Visa (V) +4.26 at 212.74, Caterpillar bounces back from Wed selling (CAT) +2.48 at 185.35, Honeywell (HON) +1.14 at 192.64. Laggers: United Health (UNH) -6.80 at 533.85, Walmart (WMT) -4.13 at 126.37, Chevron (CVX) -2.41 at 152.95.