Biggest Movers in Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – SKX GNTX JCI WWW

SKX leads consumer cyclical stocks higher on Tuesday

   
Biggest Movers in Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – SKX GNTX JCI WWW

Consumer cyclical stocks rose broadly 0.9% on Wall Street on Tuesday.

More broadly, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.5%, the Nasdaq was up 0.8% and the S&P 500 pushed 0.5% higher.

Some of the biggest gainers among consumer cyclical stocks include:

  • Skechers U.S.A. (SKX): SKX stock is up 2.6% today on 2 times normal volume.
  • Gentex Corp (GNTX): GNTX stock is up 2.0%, marking the fourth consecutive day the stock has increased.
  • Johnson Controls (JCI): JCI stock is up 1.8%, marking the fourth consecutive day the stock has increased.
  • Wolverine World Wide (WWW): WWW stock is up 1.8% today.
  • Under Armour (UA): UA stock is up 1.6% today.
  • Trw Automotive Holdings Corp (TRW): TRW stock is up 1.6%, marking the sixth consecutive day the stock has increased.
  • Delphi Automotive Plc (DLPH): DLPH stock is up 1.5%, marking the sixth consecutive day the stock has increased.
  • Dana Holding Corp (DAN): DAN stock is up 1.4%, marking the fourth consecutive day the stock has increased.
  • Steven Madden (SHOO): SHOO stock is up 1.3% today.
  • Mohawk Industries (MHK): MHK stock is up 1.2% today.

Some of the biggest losers among consumer cyclical stocks include:

  • Wabco Holdings Inc (WBC): WBC stock is down 0.3% today.
  • V.F. Corp (VFC): VFC stock is down 0.1% today.

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Editor’s Note: Returns for the fastest-moving stocks listed here are based on share prices 20 minutes prior to publication of this story.


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