US indices close lower; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.10% by Investing.com

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© Reuters US indices close lower; The Dow Jones industrial average falls 0.10%

Investing.com – The US Stock Market closed lower Thursday; losses in sectors, and, drove indices lower. At the close of the NYSE, the index fell 0.10%, while the index lost 0.26% and the index lost 0.07%. The best performance of the session in the was Intel Corporation (NASDAQ :), with an increase of 3.88% or 2.21 points, to settle at 59.16 at the close. Meanwhile, Chevron Corp (NYSE 🙂 advanced 2.75%, 2.56 points, to close at 95.81 and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE 🙂 rose 1.87%, 2.95 points, to dismiss the session at 160.84. The worst performer of the session was Visa Inc Class A (NYSE :), which fell 3.51%, or 7.35 points, to trade at 202.00 at the close. McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE 🙂 fell 1.70%, or 3.60 points, to close at 208.49 and Coca-Cola Co (NYSE 🙂 fell 1.69% or 0.85 points, ending at 49, 31. Top performers on the S&P 500 were Macerich Company (NYSE :), which rose 11.55% to 14.29, HollyFrontier Corporation (NYSE 🙂 which rose 9.76% to 28.91 and Helmerich and Payne Inc (NYSE 🙂 which gained 8.82% to close at 27.26. The worst performers were Rollins Inc (NYSE :), which fell 6.00% to 37.47 in the last session, MSCI Inc (NYSE 🙂 which lost 5.82% to 412.90 and Viatris Inc ( NASDAQ 🙂 which was down 5.38% to 17.41 at the close. Top performers on the NASDAQ Composite were Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 which rose 102.81% to 7.95, Datasea Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 which rose 58.82% to 3,780 and Cps Technologies (NASDAQ: ) which gained 44.10% to close at 10.7500. The worst performers were Viveve Medical Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 which was down 20.50% to 3.1800 in the last session, Qilian International Holding Group Ltd (NASDAQ 🙂 which lost 17.14% to 9.96 and Eos Energy Enterprises Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 which was down 12.95% to 24.73 at the close. Rising stocks outnumbered those that fell on the New York Stock Exchange in 2192 to 927 and 51 ended unchanged; On the Nasdaq Stock Exchange, 2,264 rose and 811 fell, while 45 ended unchanged. Johnson & Johnson (NYSE 🙂 shares rose to all-time highs; gaining 1.87% or 2.95 to 160.84. Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 shares rose to 52-week highs; gaining 102.81% or 4.03 to 7.95. Viveve Medical Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 shares fell to 5-year lows; 20.50% or 0.8200 to 3.1800. Qilian International Holding Group Ltd (NASDAQ 🙂 shares fell to record lows; falling 17.14% or 2.06 to 9.96. Cps Technologies (NASDAQ 🙂 shares rose to all-time highs; up to 44.10% or 3.2900 to 10.7500. The, which measures the implied volatility of S&P 500 options, was up 3.42% to 22.97. Gold Futures for February delivery was down 0.53% or 9.90 to $ 1,845.00 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in the commodities trade, crude oil for February delivery rose 1.40% or 0.74 to $ 53.65 a barrel, while the March Brent oil contract was up 0.59% or 0.33 to trade at $ 56.39 a barrel. EUR / USD was unchanged 0.00% at 1.2157, while USD / JPY fell 0.07% at 103.78. US dollar index futures fell 0.13% to 90.213.

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