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Dow Jones rises above markets losses, tech stocks lag in Thursday's session

Yahoo Finance Live anchor Brian Cheung takes a look at markets and Nasdaq leaders ahead of the closing bell.

Video transcript

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BRIAN CHEUNG: Just a minute and change away from the closing bell on Wall Street. Let's see where the markets are as we get across the finish line here. Right now, it's a bit of a mixed picture, but essentially a nothing burger. Dow Jones only essentially just above where it closed the day yesterday. S&P 500 down 1/10 of a percent, and the NASDAQ composite tech stocks having just comparably a worse day, down about 6/10 of a percent.

Recall that earlier in the day, after that PPI report, we were up as high as 1 and 1/4% on the NASDAQ composite, up about 1% on the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 as well. We lost those gains. If we take a look at some of the individual movers on the day, if you look at the NASDAQ, again, red across the board for big tech stocks. Tesla down almost 3%. You can see Apple, Amazon not having a great day as well. Google, Microsoft down almost 1%. And we also have Airbnb, though, at least one stock up about 2 and 1/4--