Market Overview

Worst Performing Industries For November 13, 2014

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The Dow gained 0.47% to 17,694.87, while the NASDAQ composite index climbed 0.56% to 4,701.25. The broader Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 0.35% to 2,045.34.

The worst performing industries in the market today are:

Toys & Games:

The industry dropped 1.99% by 11:00 am. The worst performer in this industry was Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS), which declined 4.7%. Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS) is in advanced talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation, according to the New York Times.

Sporting Goods Stores:

This industry fell 1.16% by 11:00 am ET. Dover Saddlery (NASDAQ: DOVR) shares dropped 2.1% in today's trading. Dover Saddlery shares have dropped 7.40% over the past 52 weeks, while the S&P 500 index has gained 13.83% in the same period.

Toy & Hobby Stores:

This industry tumbled 1.10% by 11:00 am. The worst stock within the industry was Build-A-Bear Workshop (NYSE: BBW), which fell 0.6%. Build-A-Bear's trailing-twelve-month profit margin is 2.17%.

Computer Peripherals:

This industry declined 0.71% by 11:00 am with Xplore Technologies (NASDAQ: XPLR) moving down 11%. Xplore Tech reported a Q2 loss of $0.14 per share on revenue of $7.5 million.

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