New York Stocks: Tech stocks record rally continues – Dow continues to decline

Friday, 11/19/2021 7:56 PM by


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NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – The record hunt on the US technology exchange Nasdaq entered a new round on Friday. Both the major industry indices Nasdaq 100 and Nasdaq Composite as well as the heavily weighted individual values ​​alphabet , Apple (Apple share) and Microsoft (Microsoft share) reached highs.

However, the standard values ​​on Wall Street gave way for the most part. They suffered from concerns that the pandemic would worsen further after Austria pulled the emergency brake in view of the massive fourth corona wave and will go into lockdown again from Monday.

This is how the Dow Jones Industrial expanded on Friday its most recent losses, falling 0.79 percent to 35,585.94 points. On a weekly basis, there is a minus of more than 1 percent. For the market-wide S&P 500 it went down by 0.13 to 4698.25 points on Friday.


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