Consumer Discretionary: -240
Consumer Staples: -100
Health Care: -280
Among NYSE common stocks, we had 83 new 52-week highs and 228 new lows. That's the most new lows since the August bottom. Among S&P 600 small caps, we had 6 new highs and 104 new lows. That's the most new lows since the weakest day in August. Among the S&P 400 midcaps, we had 12 new 52-week highs and 53 new lows. That's also the highest level of new lows since August--and very close to the August nadir.
All in all, we have 33% of NYSE issues and SPX issues trading above their 50-day moving averages; we've tended to see intermediate bottoming begin when that number has been below 30%. The numbers are weak and have been weakening. It's when we see markets make fewer new lows on increasing technical strength that buying weakness makes sense. We're not there yet.