Breaking Through the 1,000 Mark: The Top Performers in the S&P 500 for the Week Ended December 24th

Super Micro and Micron Lead S&P 500 Index on Monday with AI Stocks

This week, Super Micro Computer (SMCI), Micron Technology (MU), Constellation Energy (CEG), Dexcom (DXCM), and Moderna (MRNA) emerged as the top performers in the S&P 500 index on the stock market.

Super Micro’s stock soared 7.2% to 1,042.79, breaking above the 21-day line and surpassing the 1,000 mark. The company, which manufactures AI servers, leverages chips from Nvidia (NVDA) and other companies. In fact, SMCI stock has seen an impressive increase of 267.3% in just one year, making it the standout performer in the S&P 500.

Meanwhile, Micron’s stock also experienced a remarkable rise of 6.2% to 117.04. This growth comes after a strong showing last week, when Micron reported surprising profits and provided optimistic guidance thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence technology. Dexcom’s stock also climbed by an impressive 5.2% to 140.10, breaking out of a mini-consolidation within the buy zone of a flat base formation.

Constellation Energy’s stock saw a solid increase of 5.1% to reach a new record high of 187.26 on Monday morning trading activity on Wall Street trading floors nationwide across America today while trading volumes were low due to holiday season closure of many major exchanges around the world including NASDAQ and NYSE exchanges for Christmas day holiday weekend closure from December twenty-third through December twenty-sixth . Moderna’s stock also rose by an impressive

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