U.S. stocks lower at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.16% -Breaking
Investing.com – U.S. stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.
The index declined 0.16% by the close at NYSE. Meanwhile, it lost 0.26%. And the index suffered a loss of 0.61%.
They were the top performers at the session Home Depot Inc (NYSE:) rose 1.24%, or 5.07 points, to close at 415.01. Walmart Inc (NYSE 🙂 gained 1.06%, or 1.52 points, to close at 144.69 Coca-Cola Co (NYSE: ) was 0.43 points higher at 59.21 by late trade.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ) was the worst performer of the session, falling 0.88% or 3.0 points to close at 336.32. Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:) declined 0.77% or 2.97 points to end at 382.55 and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:) was down 0.72% or 1.24 points to 171.07.
The top performers on the S&P 500 were Mohawk Industries Inc (NYSE:), which rose 2.45% at 182.24, Ulta Cosmetic Inc (NASDAQ:), which was up by 1.87% to settle in 412.34 Rollins Inc (NYSE:), which gained 1.69% and closed at 34.21
Discovery Inc Class B (NASDAQ.:), which fell 3.76% at 23.53 in late trading, Discovery Communications C Inc(NASDAQ.:), which dropped 3.33% at 22.90, and ViacomCBS Inc [NASDAQ.:] which declined 3.02% at 30.18 at closing.
These were the top performers on the NASDAQ Composite Nutriband Inc (NASDAQ) rose 157.80% up to 10.08; Nymox Pharmaceutical Corp [NASDAQ:] was up 36.19% and settled at 1.3000. Ucloudlink Group Inc (NASDAQ:) The stock gained 32.33% and closed at 6.59
These were the worst performers Society Pass Inc (NASDAQ:), which fell 20.17% to 10.41 during late trade Moxian Inc (NASDAQ:), which fell 17.82% to close at 2.86, and Star Equity Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:), which dropped 16.12% to 2.550 by the end.
By 1943, declining stocks were outnumbered by rising ones at the New York Stock Exchange. 127 was unchanged, and 1332 ended unchanged. On the Nasdaq Stock Exchange 2111 and 1736 fell, respectively, and 169 finished unchanged.
Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE:), shares rose to 52-week peak levels; increasing 0.73% (0.43 to 59.21).
The , which measures the implied volatility of S&P 500 options, was down 0.63% to 17.22.
The February delivery of Gold Futures was up by 0.90%, or 16.30, to $1830.40 per troy ounce. In commodities trading, crude oil fell by 2.13%, or 1.64, to reach $75.35 per barrel. The March Brent oil contract dropped 2.10%, or 1.67, to trade at $77.86 per barrel.
EUR/USD rose by 0.42%, to 1.1371, and USD/JPY was up 0.01% at 115.07.
US Dollar Index Futures were down 0.3% at 95.635
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