U.S. shares lower at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.19%

© Reuters. U.S. shares lower at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.19% – U.S. equities were lower at the close on Tuesday, as losses in the , and sectors propelled shares lower.

At the close in NYSE, the fell 0.19%, while the index lost 1.22%, and the index fell 2.28%.

The biggest gainers of the session on the were American Express Company (NYSE:), which rose 8.92% or 14.18 points to trade at 173.11 at the close. International Business Machines (NYSE:) added 5.65% or 7.28 points to end at 136.10 and Chevron Corp (NYSE:) was up 4.25% or 5.41 points to 132.59 in late trade.

Biggest losers included Inc (NYSE:), which lost 3.43% or 7.64 points to trade at 215.39 in late trade. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:) declined 2.66% or 7.88 points to end at 288.49 and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc (NASDAQ:) shed 2.65% or 1.39 points to 50.99.

The top performers on the S&P 500 were American Express Company (NYSE:) which rose 8.92% to 173.11, APA Corporation (NASDAQ:) which was up 8.28% to settle at 33.07 and Occidental Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:) which gained 8.12% to close at 36.77.

The worst performers were Nextera Energy Inc (NYSE:) which was down 8.33% to 75.10 in late trade, Monolithic Power Systems Inc (NASDAQ:) which lost 6.75% to settle at 374.87 and Paycom Soft (NYSE:) which was down 6.70% to 304.44 at the close.

The top performers on the NASDAQ Composite were Sierra Oncology Inc (NASDAQ:) which rose 46.23% to 22.68, Aptorum Group Ltd Class A (NASDAQ:) which was up 38.89% to settle at 2.250 and Exela Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:) which gained 32.95% to close at 0.5500.

The worst performers were Integrated Media Technology Ltd (NASDAQ:) which was down 21.79% to 8.290 in late trade, Yoshitsu Co Ltd ADR (NASDAQ:) which lost 16.42% to settle at 3.92 and AgileThought Inc (NASDAQ:) which was down 15.94% to 4.270 at the close.

Declining stocks outnumbered rising ones by 1844 to 1445 and 120 ended unchanged; on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange, 2306 fell and 1585 advanced, while 178 ended unchanged on the New York Stock Exchange.

The , which measures the implied volatility of S&P 500 options, was up 4.21% to 31.16 a new 6-month high.

In commodities trading, Gold Futures for February delivery was up 0.35% or 6.40 to $1848.10 a troy ounce. Meanwhile, Crude oil for delivery in March rose 2.20% or 1.83 to hit $85.14 a barrel, while the April Brent oil contract fell 0.06% or 0.05 to trade at $86.86 a barrel.

EUR/USD was up 0.03% to 1.1302, while USD/JPY rose 0.02% to 113.89.

The US Dollar Index Futures was up 0.07% at 95.972.

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