With the S&P 500 tumbling 2.2%, toward the biggest one-day selloff in about seven weeks, only 30 of the index’s components are trading higher. The biggest gainer is SVB Financial Group’s stock , which rallied 10.7% after the banking company reported late Thursday first-quarter profit and revenue that beat expectations. The next biggest gainer was Kimberly-Clark Corp.’s stock , which jumped 9.2%, after the consumer products company beat earnings expectations and raised its guidance. Meanwhile, biggest losers were all in the health care sector, with shares of HCA Healthcare Inc. tumbling 18.9%, Intuitive Surgical Inc. falling 13.5%, Universal Health Services Inc. losing 12.5% and DaVita Inc. dropping 8.9%.
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