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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 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 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 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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April 17 Market Close: GovCon Index and Markets Rebound Strongly From Last Week

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index turned in better than 1 percent gain on the day as advancing stocks closed 29 to 1 versus decliners. With the European markets closed the U.S. markets all closed strongly as investors geopolitical concerns dampened. At market close WTI was down $0.57 to $ 52.61 per barrel …

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April 12 Market Close:GovCon Index and Major Markets all Down for the Day

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index followed major markets closing down 1.027 percent to 90.370; reversing its five days of gains. The GovCon Index advancing companies outpaced decliners 5 to 1. The major markets all moved negative as President Trump stated to the WSJ that the dollar is “getting too strong.” The US …

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April 11 Market Close:GovCon Index Up With Major Indices Slightly Down

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index closed up for the fifth consecutive day to 91.308 positive 0.507 percent. The GovCon Index advancing companies outpaced decliners 4 to 1. The major markets showed slight negative movement as investors still remain cautious of geopolitical issues in Asian and the Middle East. WTI continued it’s six …

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April 4 Market Close: GovCon Index and Markets Close Slightly Positive

The Executive Mosaic GovCon Index and major markets all closed slightly up as investors remain cautious about the state of the economy. Investors await the outcome of President Trumps meeting with Xi Jinping of China, the jobs report on Friday, and the release of the first quarter earnings results. GovCon Index advancers …

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April 3 Morning Report: Markets Close Down on Friday, But End Quarter a Strong Note

Equity markets up for the first quarter: In spite of investors experiencing the Trump’s administration inability to pass healthcare legislation; the 0.25 percent increase in Federal Fund Rates (with strong speculation of more increases to come later in the year), the U.K. triggering Article 50, and the downward pressure on …

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