Stocks recovered at market close on Monday from Friday’s sell-off as investors fears of the potential damage that the new Omicron Covid-19 variant will do to the global economic recovery lessen.
The S&P 500 bounced back from Friday’s biggest one-day percentage drop in nine months. It climbed today by 1.32% to close at 4655.27. The Dow Jones ticked up by 0.68% to close at 35135.94 and the Nasdaq Composite went increased 1.88% to 15782.83.
Pending home sales saw a big jump of 7.5% in sales in October, significantly higher than the 0.7% increase that was expected.
The SP 500 is up by 1.32% to close at 4655.27. The index is down 0.59% over five days, up 0.90% over one month, up 2.79% over three months and up 28.54% over one year.
The trailing P/E is 28.81 compared to 41.34 one year ago and estimated future P/E 22.45. Dividend yield is currently 1.28 compared with 1.65 one year ago.
Leading stocks were MRNA up 11.80%, LRCX up 6.01%, NVDA up 5.95%, TER up 5.53% and AMAT up 5.53%.
Trailing stocks were MRK down 5.42%, DXCM down 3.54%, ETSY down 3.40%, BMY down 3.40% and BBY down 3.36%.
The Dow Jones industrial Average is up by 0.68% to close at 35135.94. The DOW is down 1.36% over five days, down 2.17% over one month, up 0.75% over three months and up 18.55% over one year.
The trailing P/E is 21.66 compared with 29.69 year ago and an estimated future P/E of 18.45. The current dividend yield is 1.95% compared with 2.03 one year ago.
Leading stocks were CRM up 4.44%, UNH up 2.73%, INTL up 2.50%, IBM up 2.32% and AAPL up 2.19%.
Trailing stocks were MRK down 5.42%, WMT down 1.60%, CAT down 1.39%, TRV down 0.80%, and GS down 0.74%.
The NASDAQ composite is up 1.88% and closed at 15782.83. NASDAQ is down 0.45% over five days, up 1.20% over one month, up 3.39% over 3 months and up 29.38% over one year.
Leading stocks were KRYS up 121.65%, PTPI up 91.39%, ADGI up 86.43%, ATXI up 53.15% and AERC up 44.88%.
Trailing stocks were FENC down 50.41%, INKT down 33.63%, VAXX down 25.79%, XLO down 23.66%, and AURA down 21.53%.
The MidCap SP400 is up by 0.09% to close at 2781.81. The SP400 is down 3.25% for the past 5 days, down 2.45% for the past month, up 0.77% for the past 3 months and up 28.28% over the past year.
Leading stocks were SABR up 5.34%, MIME up 5.84% and CAR up 5.43%.
Trailing stocks were GEF down 4.85%, EBS down 4.66% and CLF down 4.53%
The SmallCap SP600 is down by 0.28% to close at 1372.49. The SP600 is down 4.20% for the past 5 days, down 2.68% for the past month, up 0.43% for the past 3 months and up 32.67% over the past year.
Leading stocks were GCP up 8.71%, MGPI up 8.57% and LTHM up 6.25%.
Trailing stocks were CSOO down 9.11%, APEI down 8.47% and CUTR down 6.82%.
The CBOE VIX is down 20.37% and closed at 22.80. The VIX is up 18.94% over five days, up 38.82% over one month, up 40.70% over three months and up 10.65% over one year.
On the New York stock exchange 1858 stocks advanced and 1523 declined, while on Nasdaq 1992 advanced and 2679 declined.
There were 35 new 52 week highs and 125 new 52 week lows on NYSE with 57 new highs and 346 new lows on NASDAQ.
The 2 year Treasury note yield is 0.516% and 10 year is 1.514%. The 10-year yield is down 2.4% over five days, up 4.8% over one month, up 23.4% three months ago, and up 66.9% one year ago.
SP500 Sector Performance % change
Information Technology +2.64
Consumer Discretionary +1.63
Real Estate +1.33
Communication Services +1.12
Consumer Staples +0.52
Health Care +0.38
Information Technology is up 0.47% over five days, up 5.32% over one month, up 6.55% over three months and up 37.70% over one year.
Industrials has been down 2.46% over five days, down 1.49% over one month, up at 1.28% over three months and up 17.75% over one year.