Vacationers, Walmart share losses lead Dow’s almost 50-point drop

Behind losses for shares of Vacationers and Walmart, the Dow Jones Industrial Common is declining Tuesday morning. Shares of Vacationers
TRV,
-1.18%

and Walmart
WMT,
-1.14%

are contributing to the blue-chip gauge’s intraday decline, because the Dow
DJIA,
+0.13%

was most lately buying and selling 42 factors, or 0.1%, decrease. Vacationers’s shares are down $1.87 (1.4%) whereas these of Walmart have declined $1.81, or 1.2%, combining for a roughly 24-point drag on the Dow. Different elements contributing considerably to the decline embrace Coca-Cola
KO,
-0.93%
,
Visa
V,
-0.95%
,
and Merck
MRK,
-1.07%
.
A $1 transfer in any one of many 30 elements of the index equates to a 6.58-point swing.


Editor’s Observe: This story was auto-generated by Automated Insights utilizing information from Dow Jones and FactSet. See our market information phrases of use.

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