Stock market: Real estate leads, energy lags as investors digest earnings

Yahoo Finance’s Jared Blikre breaks down how stocks are moving on Tuesday afternoon.

Video Transcript


JARED BLIKRE: All right, welcome back. And let’s take a look at the markets and where they are right now. A whole lot of nothing.

You’re gonna take a look at the Dow. That’s up 7 basis points. The S&P 500 is down 7 basis points. By the way, that’s 7/10 of 1%. NASDAQ down 4 of those. Russell 2000 up about 18. So not a lot of change going on.

We did have that– those market disruptions at the open on the New York Stock Exchange. That was resolved within the first 30 minutes, I believe. But now, we’re seeing real estate, industrials, consumer discretionary, those are the top three. There’s financials, we’ll throw that in, a very similar percentage amount.

To the downside, energy is down 1%. Health care down a little bit less than that. But not seeing any huge movers here. Let’s take a look inside the NASDAQ. Dark green, we’ve got Netflix up 1.3%. Qualcomm up 1.05% but really just kind of a mixed board here.

And then I’m gonna check in on some of our leaders. And we are seeing– all right, homebuilders that is up– that sector up about 9/10 of a percent. That XHB ETF right there. ITA, transportation. BETZ, that is gambling. MJ, cannabis. So really not seeing a whole lot of movement here. Kind of in par with the rest of the day. So we’re going to take a quick bake– quick break and we’ll be right back.