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Today's Market Summary

As of 2/28/2021 1:49 PM ET
Provided by: FactSet

The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended sharply lower on Friday, falling by 1.50% to close at 30,932.37. The Energy and Materials sectors were the biggest laggards, down 2.78% and 2.12% respectively.

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SymbolPricePrice
Change
%
Change
Volume
SNDL1.33-0.04-2.92255,416,545
XTNT4.332.40124.35218,826,589
SQQQ14.48-0.22-1.50216,507,233
UVXY9.54-0.69-6.74192,124,807
AAPL121.260.270.22164,560,394
NAK0.79080.090812.97153,424,434

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When speaking at a forum with teachers and students of Peking University, President Xi cited a sentence from an article by Liu Zhou from the Southern and Northern Dynasties:. "It's a metaphor that a valuable life is the result of continuous endeavors," Li Bo, professor at Nanjing Normal University explained. When answering a letter from 34 young Party members of the...

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Today's IndicesAs of 2/28/2021 1:49 PM ET

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IndexLastToday's Change
Dow Jones30,932.37-469.64Red arrow indicates negative change.-1.50%
S&P 500 Index3,811.15-18.19Red arrow indicates negative change.-0.48%
NASDAQ Composi...13,192.3572.91Green arrow indicates positive change.0.56%

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