Inside this article you can find the pre-market movement of the main US stock indices (S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Dow Jones), top and flop movers of the S&P 500 index, FAANGs components (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google) and the reaction of the stock price of the most important companies to the earnings reports just released.
In addition, financial highlights will be provided for each of the best companies that have just released the earnings report, directly from the company’s official website.
The purpose of this analysis is purely informative.
Pre-market performance of FAANGs stocks and the following indices:
- S&P 500: (+ 5 Winners and 5 Losers)
- index of the 500 largest U.S. publicly traded companies.
- NASDAQ 100:
- index of the largest non-financial companies listed on the NASDAQ.
- Dow Jones Industrial Average:
- index of 30 United States bluechip companies.
The S&P 500 index currently in the pre-market is in negative territory ( -3,69% ).
Kroger Co ( 1,82% ) and Clorox Co ( 0,69% ) the best stocks of the S&P 500 index at the moment. Host Hotels & Resort ( -17,28% ) and Boeing Co ( -16,02% ) the worst.
The NASDAQ 100 index in the pre-market has a negative change ( -4,43% ) and The Dow Jones Industrial Average index has a negative change ( -3,92% ).
Finally, in the pre-market the FAANGs stocks are moving in the following way: Facebook ( -6,47% ), Amazon ( -3,30% ), Apple ( -5,28% ), Netflix ( -5,86% ) and Google ( -5,56% ).
Today’s Earnings Reports – Financial Highlights
Reactions of the most important companies to the earnings reports just released and financial highlights directly from the company’s official website.
Nio Inc (NIO)
General Mills (GIS)
Fedex Corp (FDX)
XP Inc (XP)
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Sources & additional info
*Indices and components data from money.cnn.com
*FAANGs and earnings reports movers data from yahoo.finance.com
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