The rotation away from large Nasdaq stocks like Tesla has intensified, resulting in the market’s biggest divergence since the dotcom bubble broke a generation ago.
Walt Disney (DIS), Cisco Systems (CSCO) and Applied Materials (AMAT) beat analyst forecasts but remained below recent highs. Less prominent companies including Chinese e-commerce firm Pinduoduo (PDD) and cannabis stock GrowGeneration (GRWG) surged to new territory.
The S&P 500 rose 3.3 percent between Friday, September 21, and Friday, September 28. It was the biggest weekly gain since the end of June 29 – July 2.
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The SPDR Utilities ETF (XLU) is up 2.5 percent in the last week, while the broader S&P 500 is down almost 2 percent. Aside from real-estate investment trusts, utilities are the only major sector with a positive return over that time frame.
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First, prominent members of the opposing Democratic party are voicing support. That includes both Nancy Pelosi in the House of Representatives and Charles Schumer in the Senate. Wall Street bigwigs Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein, both Democrats, agree.
Yesterday’s private-sector payrolls report from ADP showed the industry adding 49,000 jobs in April. That translated into a 0.66 percent increase overall — triple the broader total. It followed a string of increases going back more than two years.
The S&P 500 rose 1.2 percent between Friday, April 19, and Friday, April 26. The index also closed at a new all-time high of 2940, with technology and the Nasdaq-100 still leading the charge.