NASDAQ closes lower for a week
S&P and Dow kept the record, but barely.
- S&P closed for the fourth day in a row on a record day.
- The NASDAQ moved higher at the last minute of trading and this is the second victory in a row.
- Russell 2000 fell close to 1%.
- S&P set the 48th record this year.
- The Dow set a 34th record this year.
The final numbers show:
- The Dow rose 15.53 points or 0.04% at 35,515.38
- S&P rose 7.98 points, or 0.18%, to 4,468.82 points
- The Nasdaq rose 6.64 points, or 0.04%, at 14,822.90
- Russell 2000-20.96 points or -0.93% at 2223.11
The positive sectors were:
- Clamps for consumers, + 0.81%
- Real estate, + 0.69%.
- Health care, + 0.6%
- Utilities, + 0.57%
The sector’s backlog today included:
- Energy, -1.26%.
- Financial data, -0.72%.
- Industry, -0.32%.
- Social, -0.29%
For a week, the NASDAQ index closed slightly lower. Dow led the way up:
- Dow, + 0.86%
- S&P, + 0.73%
- NASDAQ -0.09%
- Russell 2000, -1.07%. Russell 2000 interrupted the three-week winning streak