These 20 S&P stocks slipped as much as 21.5% in another brutal week for the market
By Philippe van Doorn
Worst performers are oil producers and Ford
Another tough week for US equities ended with oil producer stocks falling and Ford Motor Co. falling on concerns about supply shortages.
The S&P 500 fell 1.7% on Friday for a 4.6% drop over the week as investors continued to worry about interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve to temper inflation.
Among the constituents of the benchmark, all but 17 posted declines for the week. West Texas Intermediate crude oil for November delivery fell nearly 6% to settle at $78.74 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, down 7.1% on a week.
Read:U.S. oil prices fall below $80 a barrel to lowest level since January on recession fears
“The macro environment is really bad” for oil prices, according to Gabelli analyst Simon Wong. During an interview, Wong said that the strong dollar makes oil, which is priced in dollars, more expensive for other countries and hurts demand for crude oil. The energy sector had the worst performance of the bad week, as you can see below.
Eight of the 20 S&P 500 stocks that fell the most during the week belonged to the energy sector:
Company Ticker Industry Price change -- one week through Sept. 23 Price change -- Sept. 23 Price change -- 2022 Caesars Entertainment Inc. CZR Casinos/ Gaming -21.5% -6.0% -62.2% APA Corp. APA Integrated Oil -18.8% -11.4% 22.2% Carnival Corp. CCL Hotels/ Resorts/ Cruiselines -16.8% -7.2% -55.5% SolarEdge Technologies Inc. SEDG Electrical Products -16.7% -4.5% -7.8% Marathon Oil Corp. MRO Oil and Gas Production -16.5% -10.9% 33.4% Ford Motor Co. F Motor Vehicles -16.3% -3.6% -40.7% Iron Mountain Inc. IRM Real Estate Investment Trusts -15.7% -2.8% -10.9% Catalent Inc. CTLT Pharmaceuticals: Major -15.4% -3.7% -40.6% Charter Communications Inc. Class A CHTR Cable/ Satellite TV -14.8% -3.7% -50.7% Match Group Inc. MTCH Internet Software/ Services -14.6% -2.6% -64.2% Hess Corp. HES Oil and Gas Production -14.0% -8.6% 41.3% Live Nation Entertainment Inc. LYV Movies/ Entertainment -13.9% -2.9% -37.1% Devon Energy Corp. DVN Integrated Oil -13.7% -8.6% 31.0% Steris PLC STE Medical Specialties -13.6% -5.4% -31.3% Ball Corp. BALL Containers/ Packaging -13.3% -0.2% -49.0% Diamondback Energy Inc. FANG Oil and Gas Production -13.1% -9.0% 6.8% PENN Entertainment Inc. PENN Casinos/ Gaming -12.9% -0.5% -48.7% Halliburton Co. HAL Oilfield Services/ Equipment -12.8% -8.7% 7.5% Pioneer Natural Resources Co. PXD Oil and Gas Production -12.7% -7.8% 14.9% ONEOK Inc. OKE Oil and Gas Pipelines -12.4% -8.4% -10.2% Source: FactSet
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Shares of Ford (F) fell another 3.6% on Friday for a one-week decline of 16.5%, after the Wall Street Journal reported that the company delayed delivery of some vehicles because she didn’t have enough blue oval badges to put on them. . This followed Ford’s warning on Monday that it would end the third quarter with more unfinished vehicles than it had previously expected.
Read more: Ford announces leadership changes as it accelerates ‘Ford+’ growth plan and strengthens supply chain operations
Energy slides but stays ahead for 2022
The S&P 500 energy sector fell the most over the week, but remains one of only two sectors to post gains for 2022:
S&P 500 sector Price change -- one week Price change -- Sept. 23 Price change -- 2022 Energy -9.0% -6.7% 28.4% Consumer Discretionary -7.0% -2.3% -28.6% Real Estate -6.4% -1.3% -27.6% Materials -5.7% -2.0% -24.3% Financials -5.6% -1.5% -20.5% Communication Services -5.1% -1.8% -37.5% Industrials -4.5% -1.9% -19.8% Information Technology -3.6% -1.4% -29.0% Health Care -3.4% -0.5% -12.9% Utilities -3.0% -1.2% 0.3% Consumer Staples -2.1% -1.7% -9.9% S&P 500 -4.6% -1.7% -22.5% Source: FactSet
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-Philip van Doorn
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