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August 1 Morning Report: GovCon Index Posts Friday Decline, Ends July With 5.58% Gain

GovConIndexDOWNExecutive Mosaic’s GovCon Index closed Friday down 0.065 points to 82.248 to post weekly and monthly gains of 0.460 points and 5.58 percent, respectively.

The Index remained in neutral range following second-quarter earnings reports from government contractors such as Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) and Leidos (NYSE: LDOS).

Top GovCon Index Net Gainers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▴ % Change
LLL L-3 Communications* 151.63 1.79 1.19%
RTN Raytheon* 139.53 1.47 1.06%
MCK McKesson Corp.* 194.63 1.12 0.58%
BA Boeing* 133.66 0.65 0.49%
HON Honeywell International* 116.33 0.57 0.49%

Top GovCon Index Percentage Gainers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change % Change ▴
I Intelsat 2.30 0.11 5.02%
CAE CAE 13.33 0.24 1.83%
LLL L-3 Communications* 151.63 1.79 1.19%
VEC Vectrus 31.15 0.33 1.07%
RTN Raytheon* 139.53 1.47 1.06%

*Also listed in the S&P 500 composite index

Market Summary

Advancing GovCon Index Issues 12
Declining GovCon Index Issues 18
Unchanged GovCon Index Issues 0
Index Value Net Change % Change
GovCon Index 82.248 -0.065 -0.079%
S&P 500 2, 173.60 +3.54 +0.16%
Dow Jones Industrial Average 18, 432.24 -24.11 -0.13%
NASDAQ 5, 162.13 +7.15 +0.14%

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