The Dow Jones Industrial has turned red due to the mixed dynamics

DJIA does not get to the green zone

In brief: The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished the U.S. stock market trading in the red zone at low volumes.

U.S. stock trading was held under the bearish influence. Dow Jones industrial average: 10649.29 points (-49.46 points) -0.46%. Nasdaq Composite: 2281.42 points (-24.27 points) -1.05%. S & P 500: 1122.01 points (-5.78 points) -0.51%.

NYSE: trading volume totaled 710 million shares, or approximately 22% below the average for the past three months at this time, the ratio of the drop experienced in the course of trading shares to the number increased – 2.8:1. NASDAQ: trading volume was 1.7 billion shares, or approximately 3% below the average for the past three months at this time, the ratio of number dropped during the tender shares to the number increased – 3.2:1.

Igor Tringlers
2010-08-10 19:54, Economics.

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