Wall Street closes lower amid volatility
Wall Street closed in the red this Thursday and the Dow Jones Industrials, its main indicator, fell a slight 0.02% after another day of volatility despite good macroeconomic data.
According to data at the end of the session on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones cut 7.31 points to 34 thousand 160.78, while the selective S&P 500 fell 0.54% or 23.42 points, to four thousand 326.51.
The Nasdaq Composite Index, which brings together the most important technology companies, lost 1.40% or 189.34 integers, up to 13 thousand 352.78.
The New York parquet floor repeated the pattern of recent days: started with profits and ended up deflating, with fairly wide trading ranges in the case of the Dow, which added 600 points at its best.
The sectors were divided, with losses for non-essential goods companies (-2.27%), real estate (-1.76%) and industrials (-0.93%), and advances for energy (1.24%), public services (0.78% ) and essential goods (0.58 percent).
Among the 30 listed Dow Jones, Intel’s decline stood out (-7.04%), followed by Boeing (-2.24%), American Express (-2%) and Morgan Chase (-1.76%) against the progress of Dow Inc (5.21%), Chevron (2%), MSD (1.74%) and Disney (1.34 percent).