Year-to-Date Weekly Chart
Consumer Discretionary Sector
For the week ended 10/09/2020 FDIS closed at $64.94. The first weekly close of the year was at $45.80 which makes the latest close 41.8% higher in the latest week than early this year.
The price for FDIS which represents the Consumer Discretionary sector has ranged from a low of $33.41 to $65.00. This puts the latest close 0.1% below the high for the year and 94.4% above the low for the year.
For the purpose of comparison, the S&P 500 index closed the last week at 64.94. This weeks' close was 0.1% below this years high and 94.4% above this years low.
The sector is up roughly 41.8% for the year, which is out performing the market by 0.0%, which is up by 41.8% so far this year.
The Consumer Discretionary Sector contains companies where the products and services sold by these companies are considered to be non-essential products but are desirable enough if income is available to purchase them. These products and services include things like durable goods, apparel, entertainment, leisure and automobiles.
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