Advancing stocks outnumbered decliners
by a margin of 75 to 57 and the prices of 21 companies remained unchanged.
outnumbered the advancers by a margin of 87 to 51 and the prices of 16 companies remained unchanged.
Since we have a lot of decliners
today, I'm going to focus on the stocks at the bottom of the SPX.
were led by securities, insurance and utilities while gainers included services, airlines and construction firms.
outnumbered the advancers by a margin of 133 to 14, while the price of 1 company remained unchanged.
Advancing issues overwhelmed decliners
701 to 165, with 163 issues rising by their 15% limit.
Predictably, Thursday's big decliners
included some of Wednesday's big gainers.
With no further news for the advancing stocks, mainly because they are all oil-related securities, we turn our attention to the decliners
Gainers included consumer finance, banking and securities firms while decliners
were led by oil, airlines and machinery makers.
led advancers 582 to 260 while 48 remained unchanged.
Advancing stocks led decliners
by a 2-to-1 ratio on the New York Stock Exchange.
As a result, our decliners
list is peppered with a plethora of petroleum partaking equities.
were led by steel, tire and oil firms while gainers included real estate, utilities and consumer finance issues.
overwhelmed advancers 453 to 352 while three issues closed unchanged.
Advancing issues had a slim, 9-to-8 lead over decliners
on the New York Stock Exchange.