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Industrials : Building Products | Small Cap Blend
Company profile

Griffon Corp is a diversified management and holding company that conducts business through its wholly-owned subsidiaries. The Company operates through three reportable segments: Consumer and Professional Products (CPP), Home and Building Products (HBP) and Defense Electronics. CPP segment consists of AMES Companies, Inc. (AMES), which is a manufacturer of branded consumer and professional tools and products for home storage and organization, landscaping, and enhancing outdoor lifestyles. HBP segment consists of Clopay Corporation (Clopay), which is a manufacturer and marketer of residential and commercial sectional garage doors and rolling steel doors in North America. Defense Electronics consists of Telephonics Corporation (Telephonics), which is a provider of surveillance and communications solutions for defense, aerospace and commercial customers.

Closing Price
$21.44
Day's Change
-0.45 (-2.06%)
Bid
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Ask
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B/A Size
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Day's High
22.09
Day's Low
21.21
Volume
(Below Average)
Volume:
221,643

10-day average volume:
254,513
221,643

UPDATE: These stocks rose by double digits Friday as underperforming sectors bounced back

3:38 pm ET June 6, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch

Airline and energy stocks had among the biggest gains from a week earlier

A surprise improvement in U.S. employment helped propel stocks Friday, capping a week of big gains for sectors that were hardest hit by the coronavirus shutdown.

The unemployment rate declined to 13.3% in May from 14.7% in April (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-regains-25-million-jobs-in-may-bls-says-and-unemployment-falls-to-133-in-shockingly-upbeat-report-2020-06-05), while the labor participation rate increased, with 2.5 million nonfarm jobs being added to the economy. Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected the unemployment rate to climb to 19%.

President Trump hailed the good news, predicting "we're going to be back higher next year than ever before (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/trump-claims-that-only-left-wing-policies-will-derail-us-recovery-as-he-celebrates-return-of-jobs-2020-06-05)."

-- The Dow Jones Industrial Average shot up by 829 points (or 3.2%) for the session, capping a 6.8% gain from a week earlier, led by Boeing Co., which was up 11.5% Friday and up 41% for the week. The index is now down 5% for 2020, after being down as much as 34.9% through the crisis closing bottom March 23. (All price changes in this article exclude dividends.)

-- The S&P 500 rose 2.6% on Friday. The benchmark index was up 4.9% from a week earlier and is now down only 1.1% this year, after being down 30.7% through the 2020 closing bottom March 23.

-- The Nasdaq Composite Index added 2.1% on Friday for a one-week gain of 3.4%. The index is now up 9.4% this year, after falling as much as 23.5% through its 2020 closing bottom March 23.

West Texas Intermediate crude oil for July delivery rose 5% to $39.91 for a one-week gain of 13%. OPEC+ oil producers are expected to finalize a deal (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/why-opec-effort-to-stabilize-oil-prices-points-to-potential-supply-deficit-unless-shale-output-rebounds-2020-06-05) to cut production this weekend.

Among the 11 sectors of the S&P 500, energy was the strongest Friday and was also up the most from a week earlier:

S&P 500 sector Price change - June 5 Price change - 1 week Price change - 2020 Price change - 2019

Energy 7.5% 15.4% -26.3% 7.6%

Financials 3.9% 12.2% -15.0% 29.2%

Industrials 3.7% 10.5% -8.4% 26.8%

Real Estate 3.6% 7.1% -4.5% 24.9%

Information Technology 2.7% 3.6% 10.6% 48.0%

Materials 2.5% 7.6% -2.8% 21.9%

Consumer Discretionary 2.1% 4.8% 6.5% 26.2%

Communication Services 1.7% 2.4% 2.0% 30.9%

Health Care 1.7% 0.2% 1.1% 18.7%

Consumer Staples 1.5% 1.9% -4.6% 24.0%

Utilities 1.4% 2.4% -5.8% 22.2%

Source: FactSet

Scroll the table to see all the data.

Further illustrating the trend of industries that have suffered the most during the COVID-19 shutdown bouncing back, the S&P 500 airlines industry group was up 4.3% on Friday for a one-week increase of 34.6%. The hotels, resorts and cruise lines group was up 6.9% on Friday and up 22.4% for the week. The airlines are still down 39.3% for 2020, and the hotels, resorts and cruise lines group is down 37.7%.

Here are the 22 S&P 500 stocks that showed double-digit gains (with percentages rounded up) on Friday:

Company Ticker Price change - June 5 Price change - 1 week Price change - 2020 Price change - 2019

Occidental Petroleum Corp. US:OXY 33.7% 60.5% -49.6% -32.9%

Apache Corp. US:APA 23.6% 48.9% -37.2% -2.5%

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. US:RCL 20.4% 33.9% -48.0% 36.5%

Marathon Oil Corp. US:MRO 17.5% 37.1% -46.1% -5.3%

Carnival Corp. US:CCL 16.4% 36.7% -57.7% 3.1%

Simon Property Group Inc. US:SPG 15.5% 53.6% -40.5% -11.3%

Devon Energy Corp. US:DVN 14.8% 35.1% -43.8% 15.2%

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. US:NCLH 14.5% 43.2% -61.6% 37.8%

Ford Motor Co. US:F 11.7% 28.5% -21.1% 21.6%

Kohl's Corp. US:KSS 11.5% 38.3% -47.8% -23.2%

Boeing Co. US:BA 11.5% 40.9% -36.9% 1.0%

Oneok Inc. US:OKE 11.4% 23.6% -40.1% 40.3%

TechnipFMC PLC US:FTI 11.4% 29.6% -55.3% 9.5%

American Airlines Group Inc. US:AAL 11.2% 77.0% -35.2% -10.7%

Noble Energy Inc. US:NBL 11.0% 29.0% -54.7% 32.4%

Align Technology Inc. US:ALGN 10.8% 17.3% 3.3% 33.2%

Alliance Data Systems Corp. US:ADS 10.7% 30.2% -46.2% -25.2%

Howmet Aerospace Inc. US:HWM 10.5% 31.2% -31.4% 82.5%

Halliburton Co. US:HAL 10.1% 23.6% -40.7% -7.9%

PVH Corp. US:PVH 9.8% 38.0% -40.3% 13.1%

FleetCor Technologies Inc. US:FLT 9.8% 15.8% -1.8% 54.9%

Diamondback Energy Inc. US:FANG 9.5% 22.6% -43.8% 0.2%

Source: FactSet

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Dow

Here's how all 30 components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average performed on Friday:

Company Ticker Price change - June 5 Price change - 1 week Price change - 2020 Price change - 2019

Boeing Co. US:BA 11.5% 40.9% -36.9% 1.0%

Exxon Mobil Corp. US:XOM 8.1% 16.7% -23.9% 2.3%

United Technologies Corp. CL:UTX 6.8% 11.7% -18.4% 40.6%

Travelers Companies Inc. US:TRV 5.4% 16.2% -9.2% 14.4%

Caterpillar Inc. US:CAT 4.8% 12.5% -8.5% 16.2%

Chevron Corp. US:CVX 4.7% 9.9% -16.3% 10.8%

UnitedHealth Group Inc. US:UNH 4.6% 2.3% 6.1% 18.0%

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. US:JPM 4.5% 14.3% -20.2% 42.8%

Visa Inc. Class A US:V 3.1% 2.2% 6.2% 42.4%

American Express Co. US:AXP 3.0% 15.4% -11.9% 30.6%

3M Co. US:MMM 3.0% 7.0% -5.1% -7.4%

Dow Inc. US:DOW 3.0% 13.9% -19.7% N/A

Apple Inc. US:AAPL 2.8% 4.3% 12.9% 86.2%

Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. US:WBA 2.6% 5.6% -23.1% -13.7%

International Business Machines Corp. US:IBM 2.5% 5.7% -1.5% 17.9%

Coca-Cola Co. US:KO 2.4% 5.2% -11.3% 16.9%

Home Depot Inc. US:HD 2.4% 2.6% 16.7% 27.1%

Microsoft Corp. US:MSFT 2.3% 2.2% 18.7% 55.3%

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