Wall Street opens in red and the Dow Jones Industrials, its main indicator, lost a slight 0.03%, thus continuing with yesterday’s trend.
Ten minutes after the start of operations on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones stood at 35,302 units and the selective S&P 500 fell 0.11%, up to 4,494 points.
For its part, the composite index of the Nasdaq market, in which the main technology companies are listed, lost 0.33%, to 13,838 integers.
Yesterday the New York stock market entered the red after the Moody’s agency downgraded the rating of a dozen US regional banks and put the note of other more powerful entities under review.
Moody’s decision, announced late on Monday, affected the price of the banking sector from the opening and dragged down the rest of a parquet that had already suffered widespread losses last week.
Today the batch of business results continues and after the closing of the parquet it will be the entertainment giant Disney that will publish its results.
By sectors, the greatest losses were for technology and non-essential goods, which fell by 0.49% and 0.43%, respectively. While the biggest increases were for energy and public services, which rose 0.89% and 0.5%, respectively.
Among the 30 Dow Jones stocks the biggest losses were for Travelers (-0.54%) and JPMorgan Chase (-0.49%), while the biggest gains were for the Dow (1.07%) and Walt Disney (1 .03%).
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