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August 15 Morning Report: GovCon Index Posts Loss on Retail, Manufacturing Data

GovConIndexDOWNExecutive Mosaic’s GovCon Index closed Friday down 0.148 points to 82.467 to end the week with a 0.315-point loss.

The Index mirrored the larger U.S. market as the retail sales report for July showed no change from the previous month and manufacturing data fell below analyst expectations.

Four of GCI’s S&P 500-listed stocks posted gains Friday while 23 GCI companies moved up for the week, with eight of those also in the S&P 500.

Market Summary

Index Value Net Change % Change
GovCon Index 82.467 -0.148 -0.179%
S&P 500 2, 184.05 -1.74 -0.08%
Dow Jones Industrial Average 18, 576.47 -37.05 -0.20%
NASDAQ 5, 232.90 +4.50 +0.09%
Advancing GovCon Index Issues 7
Declining GovCon Index Issues 23
Unchanged GovCon Index Issues 0

Top GovCon Index Net Gainers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▴ % Change
LMT Lockheed Martin* 264.15 1.61 0.61%
LDOS Leidos Holdings 49.91 1.17 2.40%
CUB Cubic Corp. 45.91 0.28 0.61%
NOC Northrop Grumman* 218.21 0.22 0.10%
GD General Dynamics* 151.47 0.17 0.11%

Top GovCon Index Percentage Gainers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change % Change ▴
LDOS Leidos Holdings 49.91 1.17 2.40%
CUB Cubic Corp. 45.91 0.28 0.61%
LMT Lockheed Martin* 264.15 1.61 0.61%
BAESY BAE Systems 27.53 0.10 0.11%
GD General Dynamics* 151.47 0.17 0.11%

*Also listed in the S&P 500 composite index

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