The first quarter has been a banner period for Wall Street.
At the individual stock level, cosmetics giant Coty and fast-casual restaurant chain Chipotle Mexican Grill are the best-performers, followed by Xerox, Arista Networks and Xilinx. Kraft Heinz, Biogen and CenturyLink rang up the rear, as they all fell more than 20 percent.
Global stocks also performed well this quarter, with Irish shares surging more than 30 percent, more than doubling the S&P 500’s performance year to date. Stocks in Greece, Italy and Canada also rose more than 13 percent each. Japan’s Nikkei index is up more than 5 percent along with Indian stocks, lagging their global counterparts.
Stocks weren’t the only assets to do well in the first quarter, however.
Lean hog futures surged around 45 percent this quarter, while gasoline and U.S. crude oil futures both advanced more than 30 percent. Coffee and wheat futures fell sharply this quarter, sliding at least 7.2 percent.
—CNBC’s Gina Francolla, Chris Hayes and John Schoen contributed to this report.
Correction: Arista Networks was misspelled in a previous chart.
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