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Stocks end the day off session lows, Apple and Nvidia lead market laggards

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Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre looks at today's biggest winners and losers in the stock market.

Video Transcript

RACHELLE AKUFFO: Welcome back, everyone. Just a few minutes away from the closing bell. And the major indices off their session lows, they're trying to stage a comeback. Let's get a break down in these final few minutes with our very own Jared Blikre. Jared.

JARED BLIKRE: That's right. With about 80 seconds to go here, let's go to the Y-Fi Interactive. And we have the NASDAQ, as you just said Rachelle, trying to turn positive. In fact, if you look at that, it's been a choppy day so far. But here is over the trailing week still down about 7%. S&P 500 down about 18 basis points. And the Dow down 4/10 of a percent. Also, look at that, Russell 2000 up about 6/10 of a percent.

Well, looking inside the market, not the best looking day in terms of sector action. It's kind of split down the middle. Communication services is up 1% followed by health care, consumer discretionary. But to the downside, tech has been getting hit all day long. That is down 1%. Utilities also down about 1%. And financials off 8/10 of a percent. And here is a tech heavy NASDAQ where we can see a split board.

If you took-- if you look to the left, you're going to see a lot of the mega caps under pressure, Nvidia and Apple are each down over 2%, Microsoft almost there with it. But you take a look at what's working today, well, meme stocks not too bad. Game stock up 9%. It looks like AMC is up 7%. And about 15 seconds to go. Want to show you one more thing. Our components, not doing too shabby today. We're seeing Shopify up 11%.