U.S. Markets Edge Closer to ‘Pullback’ Level

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Published January 24, 2014

| FOXBusiness

A “pullback” in the stock market is generally defined as a decline of between 5% and 10% from a recent high. By that definition, the major averages are drawing close to a pullback.

Here’s a look at the performance on Friday, this week, and year-to-date, as well as how far they are below their recent peaks:

Index/Commodity

Last

Point Change Today

% Chg Today

WTD%

YTD%

% Below 52wk High

Dow Jones Industrial Average

15879.11

-318.24

-1.96%

-3.52%

-4.21%

-4.21%

S&P 500

1790.29

-38.17

-2.09%

-2.63%

-3.14%

-3.14%

NASDAQ Composite Index

4128.17

-90.70

-2.15%

-1.65%

-1.16%

-2.71%

NASDAQ-100 Index

3541.48

-72.27

-2.00%

-1.39%

-1.41%

-2.38%

DJ 20 Transportation Average

7258.72

-311.17

-4.11%

-2.27%

-1.92%

-4.11%

S&P Mid Cap 400

1314.08

-33.79

-2.51%

-2.50%

-2.12%

-3.33%

S&P Small Cap 600

647.43

-15.21

-2.30%

-1.88%

-2.72%

-2.97%

Russell 2000

1144.13

-28.26

-2.41%

-2.08%

-1.68%

-3.15%

Russell 1000

999.93

-21.81

-2.13%

-2.60%

-2.95%

-3.09%

Russell 3000

1076.70

-23.74

-2.16%

-2.56%

-2.85%

-3.03%

 

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