U.S. stocks are falling after poor first-quarter results from some big names.
Officials said merger costs cut $2.5 million out of the quarter’s bottom line.
Perrysburg High team maintains lead by just $55.
Tech sector of S&P 500 closes up for first time in 11 sessions.
Market suffers third loss in a row.
Industrial, materials companies led stocks modestly lower.
Technology stocks declined the most.
Choppy markets shake up competition’s leaderboard.
Shares gained as much as 12 percent to $34.66 in New York, the most since November, 2014.
Stock of luxury electric car rose to record high today.