As the Dow approaches another milestone, trading near the 12,000-level, here is a look at the winners and losers since the index last reached this mark.
Note that on Monday's trading session, the Dow traded as high as 11,982.94, down 15.6% from its all-time intraday high of 14,198.10 reached on October 11, 2007.
June 19, 2008: The last time the Dow closed above 12,000
- Dow closed at 12,063.09
- S&P closed at 1,342.83
- NASDAQ closed at 2,462.07
- Oil settled at $131.93 per barrel
- Gallon of US regular conventional was $4.082 (EIA)
- Gold settled at $904.2
- 10-yr note yielded 4.203%
October 18, 2006: The first time the Dow closed above 12,000
- Dow closed at 12,011.73
- S&P closed at 1,366.96
- NASDAQ closed at 2,340.94
- Oil settled at $58.5 per barrel
- Gallon of US regular conventional was $2.226 (EIA)
- Gold settled at $602.5
- 10-yr note yielded 4.786%
S&P 500 Winners & Losers
Among the major S&P 500 sectors, consumer discretionary stocks have outperformed all the major groups since June 19, 2008, posting a gain of 23 percent. On the contrary, financial companies are down the most, with a loss of 27 percent.
Data source: CNBC Analytics, Capital IQ and Thomson Reuters