The DJIA, Nasdaq Composite and S & P 500 were the victims of ill-Fed

The DJIA, Nasdaq and S & P lost too much

In brief: The Dow Jones Industrial Average has fallen off to the bottom. Nasdaq Composite and S & P 500 lost nearly 3% today.

U.S. stock market trades concluded in the deep red zone. The DJIA fell to its lowest level in recent weeks. Nasdaq Composite has lost nearly 3%. Bears have a great feast now.

NYSE: trading volume totaled 770 million shares, or approximately 15% 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 – 8.3:1. NASDAQ: trading volume totaled 1.79 billion shares, roughly 2% above 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 – 8.6:1. Dow Jones industrial average: 10383.87 points (-260.38 points) -2.45%, Nasdaq Composite: 2209.32 points (-67.85 points) -2.98%, S & P 500: 1090.21 points (-30.85 points) -2.75%.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-08-11 23:08, Economics.

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