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Rally or not, these industries are in a correction

Stocks may be rallying Wednesday, but there are still plenty of industries that have lost substantial ground.

At least eight industry groups in the S&P 500 are currently in correction territory, meaning they are off 10 percent or more from their highs.

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Industry Name
Last
% Off 52WK H
52Wk H Date
Companies within
S&P 500 / Internet & Catalog Retail - IND 1662.33 17.12% 5-Mar-14 NFLX TRIP PCLN AMZN EXPE
S&P 500 / Leisure Equipment & Products - IND 104.67 15.15% 30-Dec-13 HAS MAT
S&P 500 / Internet Software & Services - IND 355.25 12.99% 5-Mar-14 GOOGL GOOG YHOO FB VRSN AKAM EBAY
S&P 500 / Personal Products - IND 451.13 13.00% 21-May-13 EL AVP
S&P 500 / Construction & Engineering - IND 286.64 11.62% 22-Jan-14 FLR PWR JEC
S&P 500 / Biotechnology - IND 2843.06 10.40% 24-Feb-14 VRTX AMGN CELG GILD BIIB ALXN REGN
S&P 500 / Diversified Consumer Services - IND 62.75 10.21% 25-Feb-14 HRB GHC
S&P 500 / Automobiles - IND 115.8 10.10% 16-Dec-13 F HOG GM

Internet stocks and biotech names lead the group, along with some consumer sectors.

Symbol
Price
 
Change
%Change
NFLX
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HAS
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AVP
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AMGN
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GM
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