Compare:
IndustriesToday's Net ChangeToday's % Price Change
Basic Materials-4.8-2.6
Communications-2.9-1.1
Consumer Cyclicals-5.0-2.2
Consumer Non-Cyclicals-3.0-1.1
Energy-5.4-2.6
Financial-3.7-2.5
Industrial-6.1-2.5
Technology-6.5-2.7
Utilities2.41.0
Click an industry to view its top companies on the right.
CompanyToday's
% Change
newmont mining1.34
southern copper-0.16
axiall corp-0.25
valspar corp/the-0.50
neenah paper inc-0.52
univar inc-1.10
sherwin-williams-1.21
commercial metal-1.44
ecolab inc-1.63
ashland inc-1.80
8:04 pm ET 6/27/2016
Bloomberg Finance Index
  • 146.23
    Last
  • 2.47%
    Today's Change
  • 12.25%
    One Year Change
  • One Year Trend
  • Today
     
    131.91
    169.40
    52 Week Low - High
Finance News

Lazard Posts Worst 2-Day Drop Since IPO, Leading Bank Slump (2)

5:01 am ET

Lazard Ltd. posted its biggest two-day decline since the company’s initial public offering in 2005, leading a slump of independent investment banks after the U.K. vote to leave the European Union.

Bloomberg Energy Index
  • 204.67
    Last
  • 2.58%
    Today's Change
  • 16.49%
    One Year Change
  • One Year Trend
  • Today
     
    157.02
    245.25
    52 Week Low - High
Energy News
Bloomberg Health Care Index
  • 614.86
    Last
  • 2.03%
    Today's Change
  • 10.62%
    One Year Change
  • One Year Trend
  • Today
     
    523.92
    696.15
    52 Week Low - High
Health Care News
Bloomberg Technology Index
  • 236.73
    Last
  • 2.67%
    Today's Change
  • 9.67%
    One Year Change
  • One Year Trend
  • Today
     
    216.01
    265.68
    52 Week Low - High
Technology News

Japan’s Line Shoots for $1.1 Billion IPO Amid Market Tumult (2)

5:06 am ET

Line Corp., Japan’s most popular mobile-messaging service, and its owners are aiming to raise as much as 112 billion yen ($1.1 billion) in what could become the biggest technology initial public offering globally this year.

Bloomberg Transportation Index
  • 345.16
    Last
  • 2.35%
    Today's Change
  • 12.30%
    One Year Change
  • One Year Trend
  • Today
     
    290.74
    397.30
    52 Week Low - High
Transportation News

VW’s U.S. Tab Said to Grow to $15 Billion in Diesel Scandal (3)

5:06 am ET

Volkswagen AG’s price tag to settle lawsuits in the U.S. over its rigging of diesel emissions tests has jumped to more than $15 billion -- $5 billion more than previously reported -- on the eve of a settlement to be filed Tuesday in a San Francisco court.

Bloomberg Insurance Index
  • 157.62
    Last
  • 2.28%
    Today's Change
  • 8.71%
    One Year Change
  • One Year Trend
  • Today
     
    144.13
    175.44
    52 Week Low - High
Insurance News