Boeing, Chevron, AMD down; Campbell’s Soup Among Few Winners By

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By Daniel Shvartsman — Another big Monday, stock movers abound. Here are some of the most notable names, including the few winners today. Prices as of 12:45 p.m. ET:

  • Boeing (NYSE:) is the big loser in , down 7.2%, among a slew of travel-related names trading lower, including Airbnb Inc. (NASDAQ:) (-8.9%), Reservation Holdings (NASDAQ:) (-6.5%), Royal Caribbean (NYSE:) (-8%), Norwegian Cruise Line (NYSE:) (-8%) and American Airlines (NASDAQ:) (-5.5%).
  • Chevron (NYSE:) leads energy names lower, down 5%, as well as Marathon oil (NYSE:) (-10.5%), APA Corp (NASDAQ:) (-9%), Coterra Energy Inc (NYSE:) (-8.7%) and Devon Energy (NYSE:) (-9%). This comes as China is on oil demand, sending prices down by more than 5%.
  • Semiconductor names are also feeling the pain of selling. Advanced Micro Devices Inc (NASDAQ:) is down 7.3%, while Nvidia (NASDAQ:) is trading down 6.8% and Lam Research (NASDAQ:) is down 6.1%. The iShares Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:) is down 4% on the day.
  • E-Commerce and Software-as-a-Service Names Continue to Face Post-Pandemic Sales Momentum – MercadoLibre (NASDAQ:) is down 13.3%, while Okta (NASDAQ:) is down 9.8%, Crowdstrike Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:) -9.3% and Atlassian (NASDAQ:) -8.2%.
  • Winners? Consumer staples bid, with JM Smucker (NYSE:) +2.8%, Church & Dwight (NYSE:) +3.2%, and Campbell’s Soup (NYSE:) +3.4%. The SPDR® Consumer Staples Select Sector fund (NYSE:) was up 0.1% on the day.

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