Washington D.C. Area Index
  • 338.54
    Last
  • 0.15%
    Today's Change
  • 23.98%
    One Year Change
  • Advances
  • Declines
  • Unchanged
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The Bloomberg Washington D.C. Area Stock Index is a capitalization-weighted index designed to measure the performance of the D.C. area economy. All of the index members are headquartered in either Washington D.C., Maryland, or Virginia. The index was developed with a base value of 100 as of December 29, 1995.

Gainers
Day's GainersLastToday's Change52 Week Range
JER Investors Trust Inc0.120.0573.91%0.01
 
0.24
Severn Bancorp Inc4.890.234.91%4.10
 
5.54
Lockheed Martin Corp161.985.293.38%95.86
 
168.41
NII Holdings Inc0.980.033.35%0.83
 
9.82
General Dynamics Corp111.583.543.28%66.23
 
113.57
PharmAthene Inc1.450.042.84%1.33
 
2.42
Learning Tree International Inc3.100.072.31%2.65
 
4.42
Comstock Holding Cos Inc1.420.032.16%1.30
 
3.65
NCI Inc10.380.212.06%4.10
 
13.12
GTT Communications Inc12.000.201.69%2.30
 
13.39
Last update: 5:20 pm ET 4/23/2014
Losers
Day's LosersLastToday's Change52 Week Range
LaserLock Technologies Inc0.070.02-20.00%0.05
 
0.29
Biota Pharmaceuticals Inc5.580.41-6.84%3.01
 
7.07
Cvent Inc31.551.89-5.65%30.01
 
46.13
WR Grace & Co96.504.97-4.90%74.46
 
105.05
India Globalization Capital Inc0.800.04-4.76%0.61
 
2.60
Intrexon Corp20.160.94-4.45%16.00
 
38.50
Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc8.060.32-3.82%4.45
 
10.55
Novavax Inc4.170.14-3.25%1.68
 
6.95
Community Financial Corp/The21.250.71-3.23%17.76
 
24.80
MEDL Mobile Holdings Inc0.160.01-3.21%0.12
 
0.48
Last update: 5:20 pm ET 4/23/2014

Stock News

S&P 500 Falls After Six-Day Rally as Earnings, Data Disappoint

4:59 pm ET

U.S. stocks declined, halting the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index’s longest winning streak since September, after disappointing earnings reports from AT&T Inc. and Amgen Inc. and an unexpected drop in home sales.

European Stocks Decline as U.S. Housing Report Misses Estimates

11:58 am ET

European stocks dropped, snapping their biggest three-day rally since June, as sales of new houses in the U.S. unexpectedly plunged in March to an eight-month low and investors weighed manufacturing data from China to America.