U.S. Oil Fund Drops 3.25% After Trump Comments on OPEC

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For April 26th, 2019, stocks were slightly higher, with the total market rising 0.54% for the day.

The top performing business sector for the day was health care, rising 1.0%, with energy stocks performing the worst in the market.

Here's how some of the most watched companies performed:

  • United States Oil Fund (USO) -3.25%
  • Yum! Brands Inc. (YUM) +0.62%
  • Lee Enterprises Incorporated (LEE) +3.75%
  • Netflix Inc. (NFLX) +1.77%
  • Apple Inc. (AAPL) -0.48%

City Stocks

Let's have a look at some companies based in NYC:

American Express (AXP) 📈

Up 1.48% to $117.60

The American Express Company is a financial services company founded in Buffalo, NY in 1850 and headquartered in Three World Trade Center.

The latest price for American Express is $0.13 off its 52-week high price of $117.73

Tiffany & Co. (TIF) 📈

Up 2.79% to $107.74

Tiffany is a jewelry retailer established in 1837 with a flagship store and corporate headquarters at 727 Fifth Avenue.

This price for Tiffany & Co. is $33.90 away from its 52-week high price of $141.64

Blackstone (BX) 📈

Up 0.13% to $40.19

The Blackstone Group is a financial services company founded in New York in 1985 and headquartered at 345 Park Avenue in Midtown.

The latest price for Blackstone is $0.56 off its 52-week high price of $40.75

AIG Insurance (AIG) 📈

Up 1.9% to $46.05

American International Group is a finance and insurance company founded in Shanghai, China in 1919 that moved to New York City in 1939 and is headquartered in Manhattan.

The latest price for AIG Insurance is $9.89 off its 52-week low price of $36.16

Goldman Sachs (GS) 📈

Up 0.83% to $203.08

The Goldman Sachs Group is a banking and investment company founded in New York in 1869 and headquartered at 200 West Street in Battery Park City.

This price for Goldman Sachs is $42.80 off its 52-week high price of $245.88

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