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January 25 Market Close: GovCon Index Falls Back Into Correction Ahead of Earnings Week for ‘Big Five’ Contractors and Others

The GovCon Index retreated with a loss of 1.295 percent to 70.580 Monday in a move that puts the Index back into a correction, or 10 percent off its most recent high, for the second time this month. Monday’s plunge starts a week in which investors who follow defense and government contracting sectors await a batch of …

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January 25 Morning Report: GovCon Index, Other US Markets Post Significant Gains

The GovCon Index closed Friday with a gain of 1.35% to 71.466. The Dow Jones, Nasdaq and S&P 500 indices also posted significant gains at 1.33%, 2.66% and 2.03%,  respectively. West Texas Intermediate crude oil also went up over 9% to close at $32.20. Top GovCon Index Gainers Symbol Company $ Current Price …

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January 22 Market Close: GovCon Index Reverses Correction With 1.35% Increase, Oil Advances 9%

The GovCon Index closed up 1.35% to 71.466 as all US markets showed significant gains. The DJIA closed at 16, 093.51 up 1.33%, the S&P ended the day positive at 1, 906.90 up 2.03%, and the NASDAQ increased 2.66% to 4, 591.18. Global Oil prices all increased with WTI crude up over …

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Weekly Roundup Jan. 11 – Jan. 15 2016: Air Force, NASA Give Space Partnerships w/ Industry a Lift & more

Jan. 11 – Jan. 15 2016 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson America’s space program appears to be the place where government and industry are taking concrete steps toward increased public-private partnerships as a means to spur innovation on both sides and create opportunity …

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January 12 Market Close: GovCon Index 4-Day Losing Streak Ends w/ 1% Climb

The GovCon Index snapped a four-day streak of declines Tuesday with a surge upward of 1.129 percent to 74.285 in another volatile trading day for U.S. financial markets driven by continued oil price declines and attention on China. Crude oil futures in New York settled 50 minutes later than usual …

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Weekly Roundup Jan 4 – Jan 8 2016: Slow Start for GovCon Stocks in 2016 & more

Jan. 4 – Jan. 8 2016 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson Any thoughts that the start of 2016 would be smooth sailing for U.S. government contracting stocks and financial markets have quickly been cast aside as volatility from 2015’s second …

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January 6 Market Close: GovCon Index Nosedives as Oil, China Weigh on US Markets

The GovCon Index suffered a reversal from the prior day’s gain Wednesday to close at a decline of 0.7 points — or 0.910 percent — to 76.185 as U.S. investors reacted to more oil price declines and showed continued concerns about China’s economy. The S&P 500 plunged 1.31 percent to …

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January 5 Market Close: GovCon Index Rides Afternoon Surge to 1% Gain in Volatile Trade

The GovCon Index bounced wildly in and out of positive territory Tuesday morning and sharply rose in the afternoon session to close at a gain of 1.259 percent to 76.801. The S&P 500 composite index turned negative in the early afternoon session from a volatile morning period then swung again …

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December 31 & 2015 Market Close: GovCon Index Ends Year on Down Note, Short of 10% YTD Gain

The GovCon Index ended 2015 on a negative note Thursday with a decline of 1.124 percent to 76.995 and fell short of a year-to-date gain of at least 10 percent. The Index has recorded a full-year gain of 9.01 percent driven by a surge in volume for defense stocks after …

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December 29 Market Close: GovCon Index Rebounds, On Course for 10% Yearly Gain

The GovCon Index recovered ground with the larger U.S. financial market Tuesday with a gain of 0.590 points to 78.263 and remains on track for a year-to-date gain of 10 percent with one-and-a-half trading days left in 2015. As of Tuesday’s close, the Index has risen 10.81 percent from its …

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