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Lowe’s shares also hit a record high after the home improvement chain promised to cut back slow-moving products and unsuccessful business projects. They closed up 5.8 percent. Shares of Hartford Financial Services Group Inc (HIG.N) dropped 4.2 percent after the insurer said it will buy Navigators Group Inc (NAVG.O) in a $2.1 billion cash deal. Navigators’ shares jumped 8.8 percent to $69.90, just below Hartford’s offer of $70 a share. Advancing issues outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by a 1.17-to-1 ratio; on Nasdaq, a 1.49-to-1 ratio favored advancers.
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On Sept. 24, S&P will shift Alphabet, Facebook, Twitter (TWTR.N), Paypal (PYPL.O) and videogame makers Electronic Arts (EA.O) and Activision Blizzard (ATVI.O) from the S&P 500 technology index to an expanded telecom group, renamed “Communications Services.”. Netflix, which like Amazon, is currently part of the consumer discretionary group, will also move to the expanded telecom group. Amazon will stay put in consumer discretionary. The changes are part the largest-ever reorganization of the Global Industry Classification Standard, or GICS, an industry taxonomy widely used by investors. MSCI will adjust its indexes in November.
Meant to reflect the economy’s evolution, the overhaul of GICS will affect how mutual fund managers choose between stocks, and force passively managed sector funds to reallocate billions of dollars, Removing Alphabet and Facebook from technology indexes may lead investors to pay more attention to 3d imperial at-at walker cufflinks smaller, remaining technology companies, “People will be able to get a clear look at the tech sector without being overwhelmed by these behemoths that really are media companies,” said Mike O’Rourke, chief market strategist at JonesTrading..
Exchange-traded funds that passively track indexes have about $89 billion invested in the technology sector, much of which will have to be reinvested to stay in line with the sector changes, potentially creating volatility, according to data from Thomson Reuters Lipper. While many individual investors will still view Alphabet and Facebook as tech stocks, mutual funds have internal rules limiting how much they can invest across different sectors. With Facebook and Alphabet shifted into the communications sector, fund managers will no longer have to choose between them and Apple or Microsoft (MSFT.O), or bets on chipmakers and cloud-computing, said Credit Suisse analyst Patrick Palfrey.
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