Dow Jones Industrial Average fell victim to China’s problems and BP

Dow Jones Industrial Average falls rapidly

In brief: Dow Jones failed to equalize the negative trend and continued to drop at the opening of stock trading in the U.S..

The failure in early trading the U.S. stock market was the result of very bad economic days worldwide. China, Europe, Japan and Israel – have been major factors falling Dow Jones Industrial Average. Bears continue to hold power in their legs.

U.S. stock trading opened on Tuesday decrease in indexes on the background of slowing growth in production in China and another failure of attempts to stop the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At this point in time Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.67% to 10,068.46 points, the index of Nasdaq – on 0,55% to 2,244.66 points and the S & P 500 – by 0.81% to 1,080.62 points.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-06-01 14:34, Economics.

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