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S&P hits record; Alphabet weighs on Nasdaq

26 Juillet 2017

USA stocks are ending mostly lower, led by drops in retailers and industrial stocks. A drop in Google-parent Alphabet Inc., after reporting earnings late-Monday, weighed on the technology-centric index.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 150.58 points, or 0.7 percent, to 21,663.75.

Stocks open mostly higher, with the S&P 500 and DJIA rising to new intraday records, following another generally positive batch of earnings reports; Dow +0.5% and S&P +0.3%, but Nasdaq -0.1%. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 5.50 points, or 0.09 percent, to 6,405.31.

Individual movers: Shares in Alphabet (GOOGL) (GOOGL) fell 3% in premarket action.

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TechnipFMC PLC's stock (FTI.FR) (FTI.FR) dived 8% premarket after the provider of oilfield services said it would restate some prior results ( because of material errors.

Economic news: A May figure for a home price index is slated to hit at 9 a.m. Consumer confidence data for July from the Conference Board is due out at 10 a.m. ET. Also, Caterpillar rose by 4.7%, and has touched more than five-year high after the firm raised its full-year outlook for the second time this year.

The Federal Open Market Committee today swings into its two-day meeting in Washington D.C. that will wrap up with a policy announcement Wednesday afternoon. Asian markets closed mixed.

S&P hits record; Alphabet weighs on Nasdaq