Yahoo Finance Live's Brad Smith breaks down how Google, Snap, and Meta are trading as tech falls under pressure.
BRIAN SOZZI: Brad, over to you. Big hot dog fan.
BRAD SMITH: Big hot dog fan. Big burger fan as well. Actually, even bigger burger fan, I will say. Cheeseburgers, particularly bison burgers, even better. Anyway, Dow Jones Industrial Average, you're seeing that down right now by about 1/10 of a percent here. We did touch positive territory across the major averages momentarily early in today's trading activity. And I'll take a look at some of the candlestick movement that we have tracked there for you.
But ultimately, right now, we are still down by about 1/10 of a percent. The NASDAQ composite, you've now seen that move just a little bit lower than where we were earlier. That did touch positive territory as well right now, but we're down by about 7/10 of a percent. And then the S&P 500, we're also still seeing that lower by about 2/10 of a percent here.
I want to take a look at some of the other activity that we're tracking here on the day. I'll come back to this social board in just a hot second here. But taking another quick gander at some of the sector activity that we've seen move around quite a bit here, we've still got energy right now that's moved into the biggest gainer on the day. That's up by about 7/10 of a percent.
However, now bringing up caboose, you've got technology that's down by about 9/10 of a percent. And speaking of technology, let's take a look at some of those social media stocks to see how they're doing on the day, just to put this in an equal view for you. You've got Snap and Meta down, both of those by about half a percent. However, take a look at some of the other big movers there, Google or Alphabet. You've got that down by about 1.2%.