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April 28 Market Close: GovCon Index Closes Down as Congress Passes CR for 1 Week Extension

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index retreated to close down 0.721 percent to 92.646 as congress extends budget for 1 week with continuing resolution. Index still closing positive for the week and the month. Decliners out placed advancers 5 to 1. Major markets all closed down with sluggish first quarter consumer spending. The …

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April 27 Market Close: Little Change in GovCon Index, S&P500, DJIA; NASDAQ Closes Record High

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index closed up slightly 0.252 percent to 93.319 with advancers and decliners evenly split. In the major market the S&P500 and DJIA were up modestly 0.06 percent and 0.03 percent respectively. The NASDAQ at a record high of 6,048.94. At market close WTI fell by $0.65 to $48.97 …

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April 26 Market Close: GovCon Index Up Slightly as Markets React to Proposed Tax Plan

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index moved opposite to market direction and closed up slightly to 93.084 or 0.290 percent. Advancers outpaced decliners 2 to 1. U.S. markets reversed their significantly positive movement from the past two days to close slightly down. Investors reacted cautiously to President Trump’s new tax plan due to …

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April 25 Market Close: GovCon Index Down Slightly as Markets Near Record Highs on Strong Earnings

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index moved opposite to market direction and closed down slightly to 92.815 down 0.071 percent. Advancers outpaced decliners 2 to 1. U.S. markets were up significantly for the second day. The S&P500 and DJIA closed near record high, while the NASDAQ closed at a new 52 week high …

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April 24 Market Close: GovCon Index and Markets Surge On French Election Results

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index followed advancing global markets to close at a 30 day high of 91.881, up 1.437 percent. Global markets surged with major U.S. indices up over 1.0 percent  on French election results. There are strong indication that Emmanuel Macron (a centrist) will win the June runoff against Marine …

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April 24 Morning Report: GovCon Index and Markets End The Week In the Positive

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index ended the week on Friday at 91.565 up 1.7 points or 1.90 percent above the Monday morning open. The major markets closed the week in the positive with the NASDAQ leading the way, up almost two full percentage points. For the week the S&P500 was up 19.74 …

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April 21 Market Close:GovCon Index Up With Major Indices Slightly Down

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index closed up for the third consecutive day to a weekly high of 91.565 positive 0.252 percent. Advancers and decliners split evenly on the day. The major markets declined slightly on the day as investors watch elections in France closely. However all U.S. market ended the week in …

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April 20 Market Close: GovCon Index and Markets Surge On Speculation of Tax Cuts

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index closed up almost a full percentage point with advancing stocks 29 to 1 versus decliners. U.S. markets surged as the Treasury Secretary comments gave support that the Trump administration would cut taxes soon. At market close WTI was up $0.18 to $50.26 per barrel as traders speculate …

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April 19 Market Close: GovCon Index Up as Markets Close Mixed

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index closed up as advancing stocks outpaced declining 2 to 1. U.S. markets closed mixed as the economy grew at modest to moderate rates per the Bloomberg report. IBM reported weak earnings which helped hold the markets back. At market close WTI was also down $1.86 to $ …

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April 18 Market Close: GovCon Index and Major Markets Drop as Goldman Earnings Down

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index retreated to close down 0.407 percent to 90.431 giving back one-half of yesterday’s gains. Advancing and declining stocks were pretty well split on the day. U.S. markets all closed down with a disappointing earning report from Goldman Sachs. Leading the decline were healthcare companies, energy producers, and …

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