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Late Equity Roundup: Utilities, Consumer Staples Continue to Weigh

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Stock indexes trade mildly mixed after the FI close, Dow components lagging, SPX near steady, Nasdaq making modest gains. Utilities and Consumer Staples continue to weigh on SPX, currently trading -7.25 (-0.18%) at 362.75; DJIA - 103.91 (-0.36%) at 29153.51; Nasdaq +20 (0.2%) at 10819.8.

  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Energy sector (+1.57%) finally rebounds from heavy selling last few sessions as crude trades higher (WTI +1.85 at 78.56). Materials (+0.28%) and Consumer Discretionary (+0.24%) follow, bounce in autos sector leading the latter. Laggers: Consumer Staples (-1.59%), Utilities (-1.37%) w/ American Electric (AEP), Entergy (ETR), Edison Int (EIX) and Eversource Energy (WEC) between lower -$2.25-2.50 lower.
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: United Health (UNH) +1.77 at 510.13, Salesforce.Com (CRM) +1.58 at 147.90, Home Depot (HD) +1.44 at 268.02, Apple (APL) +1.06 at 151.83. Laggers: McDonalds (MCD) -6.05 at 237.71, Goldman Sachs (GS) -3.42 at 291.20, Visa (V) -2.28 at 178.27.
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Stock indexes trade mildly mixed after the FI close, Dow components lagging, SPX near steady, Nasdaq making modest gains. Utilities and Consumer Staples continue to weigh on SPX, currently trading -7.25 (-0.18%) at 362.75; DJIA - 103.91 (-0.36%) at 29153.51; Nasdaq +20 (0.2%) at 10819.8.

  • SPX leading/lagging sectors: Energy sector (+1.57%) finally rebounds from heavy selling last few sessions as crude trades higher (WTI +1.85 at 78.56). Materials (+0.28%) and Consumer Discretionary (+0.24%) follow, bounce in autos sector leading the latter. Laggers: Consumer Staples (-1.59%), Utilities (-1.37%) w/ American Electric (AEP), Entergy (ETR), Edison Int (EIX) and Eversource Energy (WEC) between lower -$2.25-2.50 lower.
  • Dow Industrials Leaders/Laggers: United Health (UNH) +1.77 at 510.13, Salesforce.Com (CRM) +1.58 at 147.90, Home Depot (HD) +1.44 at 268.02, Apple (APL) +1.06 at 151.83. Laggers: McDonalds (MCD) -6.05 at 237.71, Goldman Sachs (GS) -3.42 at 291.20, Visa (V) -2.28 at 178.27.