Market Overview

Top Performing Industries For April 27, 2015


At 10:30 am, the Dow climbed 0.40 percent to 18,151.64, the broader Standard & Poor's 500 index moved up 0.32 percent to 2,124.55 and the NASDAQ composite index rose 0.46 percent to 5,115.67.

The industries that are driving the market today are:

Internet Service Providers: This industry rose 3.3 percent by 10:30 am ET. The top performer in this industry was TrueCar Inc (NASDAQ: TRUE), which gained 4.6 percent. TrueCar is expected to announce Q1 financial results on Thursday, May 7th. TrueCar expected a 6.1% gain in new vehicle sales for April.

Photographic Equipment & Supplies: This industry moved up 2.8 percent by 10:30 am. The top performer in this industry was GoPro Inc (NASDAQ: GPRO), which gained 2.8 percent. GoPro's PEG ratio is 1.30.

Silver: The industry gained 2.5 percent by 10:30 am. The top performer in this industry was Coeur Mining Inc (NYSE: CDE), which gained 7.9 percent. Silver futures rose 3.89 percent to trade at $16.29 an ounce.

Semiconductor - Integrated Circuits: This industry jumped 2.2 percent by 10:30 am. The top performer in this industry was Silicon Laboratories (NASDAQ: SLAB), which rose 3.3 percent. Silicon Labs is expected to release Q1 financial results on Wednesday, April 29, 2015.

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