The major U.S. stock indexes finished the week with losses, continuing a several weeks losing streak. The potential of the recession looms in investors minds, contributing this prolonged stock selloff.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed slightly higher on Friday notching up 0.03% to close at 31261.90 but was down for the eighth week in a row. The S&P 500 ticked up 0.01% to close at 3901.36 on Friday and was down overall for the seventh week in a row. Finally the Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.30% to close at 11354.62 and was also down for the seventh week straight.
None scheduled for Friday, May 20, 2022.
The SP 500 went up by 0.01% to close at 3901.36. The index is down 3.05% over five days, down 8.67% over one month, down 10.29% over three months and down 6.12% over one year.
The trailing P/E is 20.31 compared to 37.11 one year ago and estimated future P/E 17.15. Dividend yield is currently 1.58 compared with 1.38 one year ago.
Leading stocks were VFC up 6.07%, AMT up 4.73%, LLY up 4.39%, MKTX up 4.24% and UAA up 3.88%.
Trailing stocks were ROST down 22.47%, DE down 14.07%, AAP down 7.23%, DG down 6.82% and TSLA down 6.42%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average went up 0.03% to close at 31261.90. The DOW is down 2.90% over five days, down 7.54% over one month, down 8.27% over three months and down 8.61% over one year.
The trailing P/E is 17.8 compared with 29.25 year ago and an estimated future P/E of 16.53. The current dividend yield is 2.32% compared with 1.78 one year ago.
Leading stocks were CSCO up 2.92%, CRM up 2.60%, MCD up 2.14%, JNJ up 1.75% and KO up 1.63%.
Trailing stocks were BA down 5.07%, CAT down 4.23%, MMM down 2.13%, HON down 1.51% and DOW down 0.95%.
The NASDAQ composite went down 0.30% and closed at 11354.62. NASDAQ is down 3.82% over five days, down 11.56% over one month, down 16.19% over 3 months and down 15.71% over one year.
Leading stocks were GOVX up 90.18%, SIGA up 43.35%, RDBX up 40.00%, TXMD up 36.56% and EBET up 33.68%.
Trailing stocks were ATHX down 65.54%, EVFM down 63.17%, LXEH down 51.81%, CELZ down 33.33%, and BGXX down 28.34%.
The MidCap SP400 went down by 0.27% to close at 2384.81. The SP400 is down 1.89% for the past 5 days, down 7.68% for the past month, down 9.41% for the past 3 months and down 11.34% over the past year.
Leading stocks were DECK up 12.56%, FLO up 5.49% and BLKB up 4.78%.
Trailing stocks were KSS down 12.97%, BJ down 8.89% and JWN down 6.41%
The SmallCap SP600 is down by 0.37% to close at 1171.99. The SP600 is down 1.46% for the past 5 days, down 7.02% for the past month, down 9.70% for the past 3 months and down 12.76% over the past year.
Leading stocks were EBS up 11.49%, ITOS up 9.68% and CVET up 9.38%.
Trailing stocks were ENDP down 18.66%, SLQT down 10.47% and BBBY down 9.94%.
The CBOE VIX is up by 0.27% and closed at 29.43. The VIX is up 1.94% over five days, up 4.32% over one month, up 6.05% over three months and up 46.05% over one year.
On the New York stock exchange 1535 stocks advanced and 1730 declined, while on Nasdaq 2136 advanced and 2525 declined.
There were 15 new 52 week highs and 364 new 52 week lows on NYSE with 16 new highs and 479 new lows on NASDAQ.
The 2 year Treasury note yield is 2.583% and 10 year is 2.792%. The 10-year yield is down 12.6% over five days, down 10.4% over one month, up 86.4% three months ago, and up 117.3% one year ago.
SP500 Sector Performance % Change:
Health Care +1.26
Real Estate +1.19
Consumer Staples +0.27
Information Technology +0.14
Communication Services -0.22
Consumer Discretionary -1.53
Health Care has been up 0.90% over five days, down 2.99% over one month, up 1.78% over three months and up 4.41% over one year.
Consumer Discretionary has been down 7.44% over five days, down 20.44% over one month, down 22.49% over three months and down 18.60% over one year.