There are no Dow stocks at 52 week highs. There are no Dow stock 52 week lows.
Premarket today, the Dow was indicated to open down -45 points.
Friday, the Dow was down -53.72 (-0.29%) at 18,232.02.
Year-to-date the Dow is up +2.29%.
There were 6 Dow stocks up Friday.
The Dow stock winners Friday were led by Goldman Sachs (GS) +1.39% and Apple (AAPL) +0.88%.
The Dow stock losers Friday were led by Boeing (BA -1.72% and Merck (MRK) -1.20%.
Looks like a slow start to the week after the three day weekend holiday.
European stocks are mixed and Asian markets ended mostly higher.
The national average price of gasoline is down two-tenths of a cent at $2.738 per gallon.
There are no Dow stocks due to report earnings in the near term.
Today’s Featured Dow Stock
Verizon (VZ) is up +6.05% year-to-date.
0830 ET Apr durable goods orders expected -0.5% and +0.3% ex transportation, Mar +4.4% and +0.4% ex transportation. Apr capital goods new orders non-defense ex-aircraft & parts expected +0.3%, Mar +0.6%.
0900 ET Mar FHFA house price index expected +0.7% m/m, Feb +0.7% m/m. Q1 house price index, Q4 +1.40% q/q.
0900 ET Mar S&P CaseShiller composite-20 home price index expected +0.90% m/m and +4.60% y/y, Feb +0.93% m/m and +5.03% y/y.
0945 ET Preliminary-May Markit U.S. services PMI expected -0.9 to 56.5, Apr -1.8 to 57.4. May Markit U.S. composite PMI, Apr -2.2 to 57.0.
1000 ET Apr new home sales expected +5.0% to 505,000, Mar -11.4% to 481,000.
1000 ET May consumer confidence (Conference Board) expected -0.2 to 95.0, Apr -6.2 to 95.2.
1000 ET May Richmond Feb manufacturing index expected +3 to 0, Apr +5 to -3.
1030 ET May Dallas Fed manufacturing outlook level of general business activity expected +4.5 to -11.5, Apr +1.4 to 16.0.
1100 ET USDA weekly grain export inspections.
1230 ET Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer speaks on The Federal Reserve and the Global Economy at a conference at Tel Aviv University in Israel.
1300 ET Treasury auctions $26 billion of 2-year T-notes.
1600 ET USDA weekly crop progress.
2010 ET Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker delivers a speech to the LSU Graduate School of Banking titled From Country Banks to SIFIs: The 100-year Quest for Financial Stability.