|Day's Range||13,087.52 - 13,139.08|
|52 Week Range||10,724.19 - 13,261.77|
The two major stock market exchanges are exhibiting very differing types of trading activity as the major indexes tumble, as the Arms Index of the NYSE suggests near panic-like selling but a little more dip-buying behavior on the Nasdaq. The Arms is a volume-weighted breadth measure that tends to rise above 1.000 as the stock market falls, with the ratio of advancing/declining volume tends to fall more than the ratio of advancing/declining stocks as sellers tend to become more aggressive than buyers. A rise to 2.000 and above suggests panic-like selling. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 576 points, or 2.2%, the NYSE Composite lost 2.0% and the Nasdaq Composite shed 3.0% In morning trade Monday, the NYSE Arms rose to 1.871, with the number of declining stocks outnumbered advancers 6.7 to 1 while volume in declining stocks outpaced advancing volume 12.6 to 1. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Arms slipped to 0.837, with declining leading advancers 7.7 to 1 but declining volume topping advancing volume by just 6.4 to 1, suggesting there are pockets of aggressive buying.
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