U.S. shares decrease at shut of commerce; Dow Jones Industrial Common down 0.25% By Investing.com
US stocks lower at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.25%
Investing.com – US stocks were lower after Thursday’s close as losses in the, and sectors drove lower prices.
At the close of trading on the NYSE, the index was down 0.25%, while the index was down 0.30% and the index was down 0.16%.
The best actors in the session were Walt Disney Company (NYSE 🙂 which is up 0.68% or 1.06 points to trade at 155.93 at the close. Meanwhile, Johnson & Johnson (NYSE 🙂 gained 0.44% or 0.76 points to finish at 172.31 and International Business Machines (NYSE 🙂 rose 0.42% or 0.56 points to 133 in late trade, 91.
The worst performance of the session was Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE :), which fell 0.86% or 1.42 points to trade at 162.77 at the close. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ 🙂 lost 0.77% or 2.63 points to finish at 339.32 and Nike Inc (NYSE 🙂 declined 0.76%, or 1.29 points, to 167.49.
The top performers of the S&P 500 were Penn National Gaming Inc (NASDAQ :), which is up 4.54% to 51.30, Twitter Inc (NYSE :), which is up 3.98% to 44.46; and ViacomCBS Inc (NASDAQ :), which is up 3.77% and closed on December 31. Castle.
The worst performers were Biogen Inc (NASDAQ :), down 7.09% to 240.00 in late trading, APA Corporation (NASDAQ :), down 3.05% to 27.06, and CF Industries Holdings Inc ( NYSE 🙂 with a loss of 2.55% to 71.88 at the end.
The top performers on the NASDAQ Composite were Kiora Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ :), which rose 93.18% to 1,700. Supercom Lt (NASDAQ 🙂 which is up 40.10% to level off at 0.6111 and Inspira Technologies Oxy BHN Ltd (NASDAQ :), which rose 27.47% to close at 4.78.
The worst performers were Oncology Institute Inc (NASDAQ :), which fell 16.07% to 9.09 in late trading. Biofrontera Inc (NASDAQ :), which fell 13.93% to settle at 7.54, and Medavail Holdings Inc (NASDAQ :), which fell 11.69% to 1.36 at the close.
Rising stocks outnumbered declining stocks on the New York Stock Exchange from 1806 to 1461, and 124 ended unchanged; on the Nasdaq stock market rose 2326 and fell 1500, while 195 ended unchanged.
The one that measures the implied volatility of S&P 500 options rose 2.24% to 17.33.
Gold futures for February delivery rose 0.54%, or 9.70, to $ 1,815.50 a troy ounce. In commodities trading, crude oil for delivery fell 0.14% or 0.11 to $ 76.45 a barrel in February, while the Brent oil contract rose 0.06% or 0.05 to $ 79.06 a barrel in March .
EUR / USD rose 0.03% to 1.1326 while USD / JPY rose 0.01% to 115.07.
The US dollar index futures rose 0.05% to 95.975.
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