June 20 Market Close: GovCon Index and Major Markets Follow Crude Oil Down

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index closed down today 0.813 percent to 95.427, reversing yesterdays positive close. Decliners outpaced advancers 6 to 1.

All three the of the major indices were down on the day as energy and oil producing companies stocks fell while crude oil prices plummet.

WTI crude oil closed down for the second consecutive day. During the trading day WTI dropped below $43.00 and settled at $43.34 per barrel off 1.95 percent. Markets showing concerns that OPEC’s efforts to ease over supply are not having an affect.

Market Summary

INDEX SETTLEMENT VALUE DAY NET CHANGE DAY % CHANGE   Y-T-D NET CHANGE Y-T-D % CHANGE
GovCon Index  95.427  -0.49 -0.813 % +7.45 +8.47%
S&P 500 2,437.03 -16.43 -0.67% +185.46 +8.24%
Dow Jones Industrial Average 21,467.14 -61.85 -0.29% +1,594.28 +8.02%
NASDAQ 6,188.03 -50.98 -0.82% +762.41 +14.05%
Advancing GovCon Index Issues 4
Declining GovCon Index Issues  26
Unchanged GovCon Index Issues 0

Top GovCon Index Daily Percentage Performers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▴ % Change
 LLL*  L3 Technologies*  170.26 +0.51 +0.30%
 VEC  Vectrus  31.02 +0.07 +0.23%
 LMT*  Lockheed Martin*  282.89 +0.59 +0.21%
SAIC  SAIC  71.34 +0.06 +0.08%


Top GovCon Index Daily Percentage Decliners

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▾ % Change
 NAV  Navistar Int’l 26.24 -1.04 -3.81%
 TXT*  Textron Inc.*  46.88 -1.22 -2.54%
 CUB  Cubic Corporation  45.35 -1.00 -2.16%

*Companies Included in S&P500 Index

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