Within this article you can find a weekly summary of what happened within the United States stock market. In particular, you can find 4 types of information:
- Weekly performance and performance of the 5 winners and losers of the best stock indices in the world.
- Weekly performance of the S&P 500 sectors.
- FAANGs weekly performance, or 5 of the most important companies listed on the US stock market.
- 5 winners (and 5 losers) companies who released the earnings reports this week and the reactions of the 10 largest capitalization companies.
The purpose of this analysis is purely informative.
Performance of the best indices and components
The Weekly performance and performance of the 5 winners and losers of the following indices:
- S&P 500:
- 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 (which includes the 500 largest U.S. publicly traded companies) ended the week with a positive performance ( 10,26% ).
Boeing Company ( 70,51% ) and Lincoln National Corp ( 60,96% ) the best stocks of the week. Nordstrom ( -10,36% ) and Hanesbrands Inc ( -8,80% ) the worst.
Utilities sector ( 17,68% ) is the best of the week. Communication Services sector ( 5,50% ) is the worst.
The NASDAQ 100 index (that includes the largest non-financial companies listed on the NASDAQ) closed the week with a positive performance ( 8,49% ).
The best of the Nasdaq 100 index are Western Digital Cp ( 36,07% ) and American Airlines Gp ( 35,26% ). The worst of the week are Walgreens Boots Alliance ( -5,21% ) and Liberty Global Ord A ( -4,54% ).
Finally, the Dow Jones Industrial Average index (which includes the 30 United States bluechip companies) ended the week with a positive performance ( 12,84% ).
This week winners of the Dow Jones Ind. are Boeing Company ( 70,51% ) and Home Depot ( 25,24% ). The losers of the week are Walgreens Boots Alliance ( -5,21% ) and Wal-Mart Stores ( -3,85% ).
S&P 500 sectors performance
The Weekly performance of the S&P 500 sectors:
The weekly performance of the so-called FAANGs, or 5 of the most important companies listed on the US stock market:
- Facebook (F)
- Apple (A)
- Amazon (A)
- Netflix (N)
- Google (G)
Earnings Reports Reactions of the week
Inside the two screens it is possible to find the 5 Winners / Losers company (market cap > 1 billion) reactions to the publication of the earnings report during this week and the reactions of the 10 largest capitalization companies.
In addition, the EPS with respect to those forecast by the analysts with the relative “% Surprise” are shown, ie how much the reported EPS were better / worse than analysts’ expectations.
Earnings Reports – Top 10 by Market Cap.
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Sources & additional info
*Indices, components, FAANGs, sectors performance and all-time highs/lows by barchart.com
*FAANGs Logos by wikipedia.com
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