July 10th Morning Report: Friday Close – GovConIndex Reaches 30 Day High

All the market closed trading Friday in the positive on the day.

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index (GCI) reached a 30 day high to close at 96.626 up 1.33 percent with twenty eight of the thirty stocks that make up the index closing positive.

The major indices closed strong on Friday responding the June Jobs Report posting 220,00 new jobs and a jobless rate of 4.40 percent. The markets closed up and down throughout the week.

WTI crude oil closed down on Friday. WTI on the NY Mercantile Exchange trended downward for the week settling at $44.36 per barrel down $2.18 or 4.7 per cent from Monday’s market open.

Market Summary

GovCon Index 96.626 +1.231 +1.332%   +8.649 +9.83%
S&P 500 2,425.16 +15.41 +0.64%   +173.59 +7.71%
Dow Jones Industrial Average 21,413.25 +93.21 +0.44%   +1,540.39 +7.75%
NASDAQ 6,153.08 +63.61 +1.04%   +727.46 +13.41%
Advancing GovCon Index Issues  28
Declining GovCon Index Issues 2
Unchanged GovCon Index Issues 0

Top GovCon Index Daily Percentage Performers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▴ % Change
 EGL  Engility Holdings, Inc.  29.31 +1.12 +3.97%
 CACI  CACI Int’l 127.40 +3.19 +2.57%
 CUB  Cubic Corporation 47.10 +1.10 +2.39%
 BAH  Booz Allen Hamilton 33.75 +0.78 +2.37%
 HRS*  Harris Corp.*  112.81 +2.53 +2.29%

Top GovCon Index Daily Net Performers

Symbol Company $ Current Price Net Change ▴ % Change
 LMT*  Lockheed Martin*  285.20 +4.24 +1.51%
 CACI  CACI Int’l 127.40 +3.19 +2.57%
 NOC*  Northrop Grumman* 261.99 +3.05 +1.18%
 HRS*  Harris Corp*  112.81 +2.53 +2.29%
 LLL*  L3 Technologies*  171.51 +2.45 +1.45%

*Companies Included in S&P500 Index

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