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Late Equity Roundup: Late Bounce Consumer Discretionary/Staples Lead

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Stocks weaker but rebounding off session lows after the FI close, Consumer Discretionary and Consumer Staples outperforming, Dow components underperforming. Currently, SPX eminis trade -19.25 (-0.52%) at 3690; DJIA -199.22 (-0.67%) at 29391.34; Nasdaq +15.8 (0.1%) at 10883.25.

  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Consumer Discretionary (+0.56%) lead by retailing and auto maker shares, followed by Consumer Staples (+0.20%) and modest rebound in Information Technology (+0.05%). Laggers: Real Estate extends sell-off (-2.57%), Utilities (-2.37) and Energy (-1.97%) sectors continue to underperform, the latter hammered -7.26% last Fri lead by oil shares as crude levels fell (WTI -5.17 at 78.33 - appr Jan'21 lows).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: Walmart (WMT) +1.45 at 131.51, Apple (AAPL) +1.04 at 151.47, Microsoft (MSFT) +0.71 at 238.63. Laggers: Goldman Sachs (GS) -6.0 at 295.97, Travelers (TRV) -4.68 at 150.42, Home depot (HD) -3.93 at 267.01.
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Stocks weaker but rebounding off session lows after the FI close, Consumer Discretionary and Consumer Staples outperforming, Dow components underperforming. Currently, SPX eminis trade -19.25 (-0.52%) at 3690; DJIA -199.22 (-0.67%) at 29391.34; Nasdaq +15.8 (0.1%) at 10883.25.

  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Consumer Discretionary (+0.56%) lead by retailing and auto maker shares, followed by Consumer Staples (+0.20%) and modest rebound in Information Technology (+0.05%). Laggers: Real Estate extends sell-off (-2.57%), Utilities (-2.37) and Energy (-1.97%) sectors continue to underperform, the latter hammered -7.26% last Fri lead by oil shares as crude levels fell (WTI -5.17 at 78.33 - appr Jan'21 lows).
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: Walmart (WMT) +1.45 at 131.51, Apple (AAPL) +1.04 at 151.47, Microsoft (MSFT) +0.71 at 238.63. Laggers: Goldman Sachs (GS) -6.0 at 295.97, Travelers (TRV) -4.68 at 150.42, Home depot (HD) -3.93 at 267.01.