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On Thursday, American equities declined because losses in the Oil & Gas, Technology as well as Basic Materials sectors suppressed equities.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average shrank by 0.87% at the close in NYSE. At the same time, the S&P 500 index headed south by 0.94%, while the NASDAQ Composite index declined by 1.18%.
On the Dow Jones Industrial Average the best gainers were represented by Walmart Inc, whose equities headed north by 1.14% concluding the trading session at 1 96.73. Besides this, the Travelers Companies Inc managed to leap by 0.96% being worth 126.76. As for Coca-Cola Company, its equities added by 0.32% demonstrating an outcome of 49.42.
The top losers of the trading marathon were represented by DowDuPont Inc that declined by 1.94% showing 52.18. Moreover, Apple Inc slumped by 1.89% coming up with a result of 170.94. As for Goldman Sachs Group Inc, it decreased by 1.81% being worth 193.07.
On the S&P 500, the top-notch gainers were represented by Hanesbrands Inc who shares jumped by 20.17% resulting in 18.71, Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc that managed to head north by 11.35% being worth 585.78 and also SunTrust Banks Inc that acquired by 10.18% concluding at 64.72.
As for the top losers, here we should mention Tapestry Inc with its 14,83% tumble, Alliance Data Systems Corp with its 9.83% decline and Snap-On Inc that decreased by 8.38%.
On the NASDAQ Composite, the top gainers were represented by such companies as 3Pea International Inc that shot up by 41.26%, OHR Pharmaceutical Inc that surged by 33.17% as well as Cellect Biotechnology Ltd that surged by 33.14% concluding the trading marathon at 2.29.
On the New York Stock Exchange, descending equities outclassed soaring ones on the NYSE by 2065 to 957, while 103 ended up intact.
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