Bearish Start to Trading Week as S&P 500 and DJIA Dip, Nasdaq Holds Steady
In a predominantly bearish trading session, major U.S. stock indices recorded modest declines on the first day of trade. The S&P 500 closed at 4,278.94, down 0.08%, while the DJIA fell 0.46% to finish at 33,607.91. The NYSE also experienced a slight dip, closing at 15,292.14, down 0.35%. In contrast, the Nasdaq managed to hold steady, ending the day at 13,245.69, with a minimal gain of 0.04%.
Today’s market mover was Sono Group NV (SEV), with its shares surging by an impressive 79.40%. The company’s current price stands at $0.31, accompanied by a change of +0.14.
Among the biggest gainers was Forza X1 Inc (FRZA), recording a substantial increase of 143.32%. The stock closed at $3.04, with a change of +1.79, signaling investor optimism.
Conversely, Aptose Biosciences Inc (APTO) faced significant losses, plunging by 93.18%. The stock closed at $0.44, with a change of -6.01, reflecting a challenging day for the company.
The market’s bearish start underscores the cautious sentiment among investors, possibly influenced by various economic factors and global uncertainties. Traders will closely monitor market developments in the coming days to assess the trajectory of the stock market.