DJIA and Standard & Poor’s 500 fell against the background of new horrific statistics

A new piece of data for the U.S. statistics disappointed buyers Dow Jones

In brief: Nasdaq Composite, Standard & Poor's 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average continued to reduce the marathon because of the problematic statistics.

Dow Jones Industrial Average falling in the range 0.38% – 0.88% during the last hour. Dow Jones Industrial Average was at 9,726.41 points. Falling Dow index was -47.61 points (-0.49%). Nasdaq Composite, Standard & Poor’s 500 lost about 0,5%. These statistics, which disappointed the bulls:

The number of sales of homes with incomplete registration declined on a monthly basis at 30% with the expected 14.2% in the U.S. in May, year over year decline was 15.6% versus growth at 24.6% in April. According to the USA’s largest recruiting company Challenger, Gray & Christmas, the number of planned corporate layoffs in June rose to 39.4 thousand to 38.8 thousand in May. In annualized decline in June was 47.1% against 65.1% in May.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-07-01 19:47, Economics.

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