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US stocks were mixed at the close of the transaction; The Dow Jones industrial average is down 0.20% According to Investing.com

US stocks were mixed at the close of the transaction; The Dow Jones industrial average fell 0.20%

Investment.com – US stocks were mixed after closing on Tuesday, when gains in and sectors caused stocks to rise higher while losses in and sectors caused stocks to fall.

Closing at the NYSE, the index fell 0.20%, while the index rose 0.29% and the index rose 1.05%.

The best performers of the session were Apple Inc (NASDAQ :), up 2.41% or 3.16 points to trade at 134.40 at the close. While, Boeing Co (NYSE 🙂 rose 1.45% or 3.62 points to end at 253.14 and Salesforce.com Inc (NYSE 🙂 rose 1.40% or 3.21 points to 231.97 by the end of the trade. .

The worst performers of the session were International Business Machines (NYSE :), down 2.50% or 3.37 points to trade at 131.22 at the close. Nike Inc (NYSE 🙂 fell 2.28% or 3.12 points to 133.52 and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE 🙂 dropped 1.32% or 2.13 points to 159.51.

The top operating companies on the S&P 500 are Tesla Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 up 8.64% to 762.66, Danaher Corporation (NYSE 🙂 up 3.41% to 242.85, and NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ 🙂 up. 3.10% closed at 627.20.

The worst performers are Alliance data system Corp (NYSE 🙂 fell 5.36% to 105.71 at the end of trading, Franklin Resources Inc (NYSE 🙂 lost 5.28% to 29.61 and PVH Corp (NYSE 🙂 fell 4.27% to 108. , 27 at closing.

The top ones on the NASDAQ Composite are Mackinac Financial Corporations (NASDAQ 🙂 increased 59.53% to 21.01, Novocure Ltd (NASDAQ 🙂 increased 49.66% to 197.37 and vTv Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 up 33.07% to close at 3,420.

The worst performers are Avenue Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 fell 23.91% to 5.41 in late trading, Adapthealth Corp (NASDAQ 🙂 lost 19.57% to 29.75 and Lucira Health Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 fell 18.70% to 8.87 at the close.

The number of decliners outnumbered stocks that rose in price on the New York Stock Exchange in 1617 to 1437 and 90 ended unchanged; on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange, 1756 fell and 1430 rose, while 96 was unchanged.

Shares of NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ 🙂 rose to an all-time high; increase 3.10% or 18.84 to 627.20. Shares of Mackinac Financial Corporation (NASDAQ 🙂 rose to the highest level in 5 years; reaching 59.53% or 7.84 to 21.01. Shares of Novocure Ltd (NASDAQ 🙂 rose to an all-time high; increase 49.66% or 65.49 to 197.37. Shares of vTv Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 rose to a 52-week high; an increase of 33.07% or 0.850 to 3,420.

The index, which measures the implied volatility of S&P 500 options, fell 1.54% to 16.65 to its 52-week low.

Gold price delivered in June increased 0.75% or 13.05 to 1745.75 USD / ounce. Elsewhere in commodity transactions, crude oil for May delivery rose 1.16% or 0.69 to $ 60.39 / barrel, while Brent for June futures rose 0.98% or 0, 62 to 63.90 USD / barrel.

EUR / USD increased by 0.34% to 1.1949, while USD / JPY decreased by 0.29% to 109.05.

The US Dollar Index Futures is down 0.35% at 91,825.

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