New 52-Week Highs In 2023

20% of stocks in the large-cap Russell 1,000 have made 52-week highs at some point so far in 2023. However, about 23% of stocks in the index made their last 52-week highs in February 2022. Across the entire index, the average stock made its last 52-week high 156.9 days ago. Real Estate stocks made their 52-week highs an average of 202.2 days ago, the furthest back of any sector, while Energy stocks on average made their 52-week highs 106.9 days ago (the most recent of any sector).

Below is a list of Russell 1,000 stocks with market caps above $50 billion that have made new 52-week highs at some point in 2023. Of the 28 stocks that made the list, there’s representation from eight of eleven sectors. That’s pretty spread out. The only sectors that aren’t represented are Materials, Real Estate, and Utilities. Health Care, Industrials, and Technology each have six stocks that made the list. The largest stocks include names like Exxon Mobil (XOM), Eli Lilly (LLY), Merck (MRK), Mastercard (MA), Oracle (ORCL), and Visa (V).

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