The Top Market Moves for July 5

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July 5 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "The Roundup," Dominic Chu wrap ups the day's top market stories on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

At the end of this particular shortened holiday trading week, the s&p 500 up about 16 points.

1.02%. the dow jones also showing the roller coaster ride.

We dipped down for a brief moment after rallying up to close up 147 points.

Let's round it off with the nasdaq.

We were talking about the correlation on "lunch money" today.

It is up about 1% today also.

If you look at the sectors that really drove the trading action, on the upside the s&p 500 financials, the best are forming sector, up but almost 1.8%. as he finished the day, a lot of the stocks driving the upside for four naturals him a regional banks.

As things start to improve, the smaller banks, not necessarily the massive ones, but think of the little ones like suntrust bank.

Those regional banks tend to be more leveraged.

Utilities, the stocks that act of the most like bonds, you want to sell those off the s&p 500 utilities index the worst performer.

Unchanged as we start to settle things out, but that is the look on stocks, carol.

Back to you.

For more on what drove today's trade.

Let's get to our street fighters.

Jerry leavy and are closer, jaso n. let's kick it off with you.

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