June 28 Market Close: GovConIndex and Major Indices All Close Up Sharply

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index closed up sharply 1.413 percent to 95.454. Posting the single largest daily gain for the month. 29 of the 30 stocks that make up the GovCon Index advanced on the day. Navistar International lead the index, up 6.66 percent as the company announced key executive changes at the top.

The major indices all closed significantly up on the day as European banks indicate that an interest rate increase is very possible.

WTI crude oil closed up for the fifth consecutive day, to settle at $44.74 per barrel a positive 1.13 percent as U.S. gasoline stockpiles decline.

Market Summary

GovCon Index  95.454 +0.98 +1.413% +7.477 +8.50%
S&P 500 2,440.69 +21.32 +0.88% +189.12 +8.40%
Dow Jones Industrial Average 21,454.61 +141.95 +0.68% +1,581.75 +7.96%
NASDAQ 6,234.41 +87.79 +1.43% +808.79 +14.91%
Advancing GovCon Index Issues 29
Declining GovCon Index Issues  1
Unchanged GovCon Index Issues 0

Top GovCon Index Daily Percentage Performers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▴ % Change
 NAV  Navistar Int’l  26.75 +1.67 +6.66%
 VEC  Vectrus  32.41 +1.15 +3.68%
 EGL  Engility Holdings, Inc. 27.85 +0.74 +2.73%
 CACI  CACI Int’l 125.90 +3.25 +2.65%
 MANT  ManTech Int’l 39.83  +0.97  +2.50%

Top GovCon Index Daily Net Performers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▴ % Change
 CACI  CACI Int’l  125.90 +3.25 +2.65%
 NOC*  Northrop Grumman*  257.56 +2.23 +0.87%
 LMT*  Lockheed Martin* 280.02 +2.19 +0.79%
 LLL*  L3 Technologies*  168.04  +2.01 +1.21%
 GD*  General Dynamics Corp.*  200.83 +1.99 +1.00%

*Companies Included in S&P500 Index

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