Dow stocks at 52 week highs include Boeing (BA), Caterpillar (CAT) and United Technologies (UTX). Dow stock 52 week lows include General Electric (GE), Intel (INTC) and Verizon (VZ).
Premarket today, the Dow was indicated to open down -5 points.
Monday the Dow was down -5.82 (-0.03%) at 21,408.52.
Year-to-date the Dow is up +8.33%.
There were 14 Dow stocks up Monday.
The Dow stock winners Monday were led by Nike (NKE) +1.29% and Visa (V) +1.25%.
The Dow stock losers Monday were led by Wal-Mart (WMT) -2.79% and Travelers (TRV) -1.10%.
European stocks are mostly lower and Asian markets ended mostly higher.
The national average price of gasoline is down three-tenths of a cent at $2.260 per gallon.
Nike (NKE) reported earnings on 6/29/17 after the market close of $0.60, beating estimates calling for $0.512 per share.
JPMorgan (JPM) reports earnings on 7/14/17 before the market open.
Goldman Sachs (GS) reports earnings on 7/18/17 before the market open.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) reports earnings on 7/18/17 before the market open.
UnitedHealth (UNH) reports earnings on 7/18/17 before the market open.
IBM (IBM) reports earnings on 7/18/17 after the market close.
American Express (AXP) reports earnings on 7/19/17 after the market close.
Travelers (TRV) reports earnings on 7/20/2017 before the market open.
Microsoft (MSFT) reports earnings on 7/20/2017 after the market close.
Visa (V) reports earnings on 7/20/2017 after the market close.
General Electric (GE) reports earnings on 7/21/2017 before the market open.
Today’s Featured Dow Stock
Cisco (CSCO) is up +2.51% year-to-date.
1000 ET May JOLTS job openings expected -119,000 to 5.925 million, Apr +259,000 to 6.044 million.
1000 ET Final-May wholesale inventories expected unrevised from prelim-Mays +0.3%. May wholesale trade sales, Apr -0.4% m/m.
1230 ET Fed Governor Lael Brainard speaks at a conference on normalizing central banks balance sheets jointly sponsored by the New York Fed and Columbia Universitys School of International and Public Affairs.
1300 ET Treasury auctions $24 billion of 3-year T-notes.