Wall Street closes in the red, the Dow Jones down
Wall Street closed this Thursday in red and its main indicator, the Dow Jones of Industriales, lost 0.08% Despite the optimistic momentum that infected investors after the announcement on the eve of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) to accelerate the stimulus withdrawal program and keep interest rates unchanged until next year.
According to data at the end of the session in the NYSE, the Dow Jones subtracted 29.79 points, up to 35 thousand 897.64 units, and the selective S&P 500 fell 0.87% or 41.18 integers, up to 4,668.67 points.
The composite index Nasdaq, which brings together the most important technologies, today subtracted 2.47% or 385.15 units, up to 15 thousand 180.43 integers.
The New York stock market started the mixed day, encouraged by the announcement of the Fed on Wednesday, which confirmed that it will accelerate the reduction of its bond purchase program, the economic stimulus that it launched in the face of the crisis caused by COVID-19.
Most sectors ended in green, with finance (1.21%) leading, followed by raw materials (1.04%) and energy (0.66%).
While the biggest loser of the day was the technological (-2.86%), followed by non-essential consumer goods (-2.23%) and communications (-0.58 percent). Among the 30 listed companies of the Dow Jones, the advances of Verizon (4.35%), Travelers (2.3%) and International Business Machines (2.29%), while the tail train was led by Apple (-3.93%), Microsoft (-2.91%) and Salesforce (-2.66 percent).