Dow Jones Industrial may fall to the end of trading as S & P 500 index could not find a foothold

S & P 500 index falls lower than the Dow Jones Industrial Average today

In brief: Dow Jones Industrial Average changing red to green as the S & P 500 index weakened from hour to hour.

S & P 500 index remains weak and is not growing today. The level of support for the S & P 500 is still very low. Today’s trading on major U.S. markets have opened in the red zone. Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 0.1% to 10,316.17 points, the S & P 500 lost 0.3% of the value, having fallen to a mark at 1,090.82 points. The DJIA went into the green zone 20 minutes ago, gaining +8.32 points (0.08%).

Nasdaq Composite Index has fallen in price on 0,5% to 2,233.58 points. Against the background of the performance in the II quarter, details of which were also published before the start of the session, Microsoft’s capitalization increased by 0,1%. But the rest of the issuers disclosed accounting data, was less lucky. Thus, the capitalization of Amer express fell 0,3%, McDonalds – on 0,7%. At the same time, leaders of falling steel shares Bank of America and Intel, reducing the market value of which in the first minutes of trading up 1% and 1.2% respectively. Chevron Corp fell rapidly -0,994%, the price per share is 72.710 USD. A pair of Euro – Dollar fell this time to 0,48% to $ 1.283 per euro. Futures Brent oil became cheaper by 0.77% to $ 77.22 a barrel, a mixture of WTI – on 0,82% to $ 78.56 a barrel.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-07-23 17:12, Economics.

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