Shares of Financial institution of America Corp.
slumped 0.28% to $39.69 Tuesday, on what proved to be an all-around poor buying and selling session for the inventory market, with the S&P 500 Index
falling 0.10% to 4,073.94 and Dow Jones Industrial Common
falling 0.29% to 33,430.24. The inventory’s fall snapped a two-day profitable streak. Financial institution of America Corp. closed $0.59 under its 52-week excessive ($40.28), which the corporate reached on April fifth.
The inventory demonstrated a combined efficiency when in comparison with a few of its rivals Tuesday, as JPMorgan Chase & Co.
fell 0.70% to $152.54, Citigroup Inc.
fell 0.21% to $72.60, and Wells Fargo & Co.
rose 0.94% to $39.85. Buying and selling quantity (42.5 M) remained 11.7 million under its 50-day common quantity of 54.2 M.