The start of the US Session today began mixed after the DOW and S & P500 growths, but NASDAQ moved the indexes downwards because of Apple, which opened a downward one and reported a fall of around -4% for the time being.
In the S & P500's "hottest" card, we have the most profitable share today (the green bubble near Berkshire Hathaway's 4% growth). Below the red bladder, we see Apple -3.87%. However, the biggest loser can be said to be Sysco Corporation -10.20% for today (the orange SYY Bubble at the bottom).
With Dow Jones, we see Apple again at the bottom, the leader in the index is the share of Chevron Corporation CVX in green with a growth of 2.95% for now.
As we can see, there is more mixed performance in the stock with several prominent companies among the losers and the most profitable.
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