Stocks Higher Overall for July 2nd


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For July 2nd, 2019, stocks were slightly higher, with the total market rising 0.23% for the day.

The top performing business sector for the day was real estate, rising 1.85%, with energy stocks performing the worst in the market.

Here's how some of the top companies performed:

  • Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) +0.13%
  • General Electric Co. (GE) -0.09%
  • Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) -1.27%
  • Bank of America Corp. (BAC) -0.92%
  • Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK) -5.61%


City Stocks

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

The New York Times (NYT) πŸ“ˆ

Up 24Β’ to $33.79

The New York Times is a newspaper founded in New York in 1851 that is headquartered at 620 Eighth Avenue in Midtown West.

This price for The New York Times is $1.08 away from its 52-week high price of $34.87


Tiffany & Co. (TIF) πŸ“‰

Down 2.2% to $94.28

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

The latest price for Tiffany & Co. is $21.24 away from its 52-week low price of $73.04


New York Community Bancorp (NYCB) πŸ“‰

Down 1Β’ to $10.11

New York Community Bancorp is a commercial and real estate bank originally founded in Flushing as Queens County Savings Bank in 1859 and now headquartered in Nassau County.

The latest price for New York Community Bancorp is $1.50 away from its 52-week low price of $8.61


Scholastic Corporation (SCHL) πŸ“‰

Down 30Β’ to $32.84

Scholastic is a publishing and educational company with its headquarters in the Scholastic Building at 557 Broadway in SoHo.

This price for Scholastic Corporation is $1.46 off its 52-week low price of $31.38


Sirius XM (SIRI) πŸ“ˆ

Up 2.1% to $5.83

The combination of two satellite radio companies, Sirius XM is a broadcasting company based in Midtown at 1221 Avenue of the Americas.

The latest price for Sirius XM is $0.60 off its 52-week low price of $5.23



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