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Markets: Dow heads for worst first half since 1962, energy stocks lag

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Yahoo Finance reporter Ines Ferre looks at today's biggest market laggards, particularly stocks in the Dow & S&P 500.

Video transcript

RACHELLE AKUFFO: Now a sprint to the closing bell. Let's take a look at how the major indices are faring. They've been in negative territory all day, but off session lows, all three major indices still in negative territory. Let's break it down with our very own Ines Ferre. Ines.

INES FERRE: And Rachelle, just taking a look right now at the Dow, it's down 270 points on our YFi Interactive Board. You've got the NASDAQ composite that's down about 1 and 1/2%. It was down more than 2% earlier. And then you've got the S&P 500 down about 1%. But today marks the end of the second quarter and also the first half of the year.

And so we are seeing, for today's action, energy stocks, consumer discretionary lagging. But if we take a look at a quarter to date, you can see consumer discretionary lagging the most. You've got all of the 11 sectors, though, of the S&P 500, quarter to date, that are in the red. And if you take a look at a year to date chart, you can see that energy has gained for the year. But consumer discretionary, again, really lagging this year.

Looking at the NASDAQ 100, we are watching the mega caps on the left-hand side of the screen that are under pressure. Also, you've got the travel stocks, which have been under pressure. In fact, a lot of 52-week lows for some of these, with Expedia, Delta, Royal Caribbean, Carnival, all of these seeing 52-week lows today.

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