Last trading day of the week
US indices fell sharply on Friday, posting their biggest weekly percentage decline since January, as a rise in US consumer prices in May heightened investor fears of an aggressive interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
S&P 500 Index
Shares of such companies closed down: Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ: CZR) -9.29%, Campbell Soup Company (NYSE: CPB) -0.15%, CF Industries (NYSE: CF) -1. 32%, Charles River Laboratories International (NYSE: CRL) -2.75%, Church and Dwight (NYSE: CHD) -0.093%, Cincinnati Financial (NASDAQ: CINF) -2.85%, Corning Inc. (NYSE: GLW) -2.86%, Dentsply Sirona (NASDAQ: XRAY) -2.25%.
However, shares of such companies in the Nasdaq index fell: Amalgamated Bank (NASDAQ: AMAL) -2.99%, Avidity Biosciences (NASDAQ: RNA) -7.30%, iTeos Therapeutics (NASDAQ: ITOS) -5. 48%, CRA International (NASDAQ: CRAI) -2.00%, Anavex Life Sciences (NASDAQ: AVXL) -5.15%, The Hackett Group (NASDAQ: HCKT) -1.45%, AnaptysBio (NASDAQ: ANAB) -3.17%, Johnson Outdoors (NASDAQ: JOUT) -4.11%.
It is worth noting that on NYSE, the number of securities that went down (2,676) exceeded the number that closed on the plus side (513), while the price of 89 stocks remained practically unchanged. On Nasdaq, the securities of 3,052 companies fell in price, 785 rose, and 165 remained at the previous closing level.