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November 11 End of Day Report: GovCon Index Stays Level With Monday’s Close

GovConIndexThe GovCon Index closed Tuesday at 68.348 — a tiny increase of 0.154 percent, or 0.105 points.

Bloomberg said in its market summary that Tuesday’s trading day saw the three major stock indices record a fifth consecutive day of gains on the back of increases by homebuilder shares.

The S&P 500 composite index ended Tuesday’s trading day with a 0.1-percent increase to 2, 039.75 to continue what Bloomberg called the “longest rally since June.”

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained less than 0.1 percent — to close at 17, 615.80, while the NASDAQ composite index increased 0.19 percent to 4, 660.56.

Top Percentage Gainers

Company Stock Price $ Change % Change
Orbital 25.34 $0.52 2.10%
CACI 85.39 $1.47 1.75%
CSC 60.20 $0.89 1.50%
ATK 111.46 $1.20 1.09%
Healthnet 47.96 $0.45 0.95%

Market Summary

Advancing Issues 20 (67.67%)
Declining Issues 10 (33.33%)
Unchanged Issues 0 (0%)

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index is a composite index that tracks 30 of the largest publicly-traded Government Contracting (GovCon) firms.

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