U.S. stocks: DJIA and NASDAQ are afraid of horrific statistics

Dow Jones and NASDAQ are falling down rapidly

In brief: Dow Jones Industrial Average and the stock market declines on the background of recent U.S. data statistics.

Dow Jones Industrial and NASDAQ continues to fall against the background of general negativity and bad statistics. Dow Jones Industrial Average lost their last foothold after the release of negative statistics. Dow Jones is on the verge of another collapse at the level of 9,661.49 points. DJIA lost over 112 points (-1.15%).

The index of business activity in U.S. industry (ISM index) in June 2010. fell to 56.2 points compared with the May value of 59.7 points, according to a report released today by the American Institute of Supply Management. Analysts predicted that the figure was 59.0 points. The index below the 50 points shows the decline in industrial production and the excess of this level – on the contrary, the industrial growth.

Ukrainian Globalist
2010-07-01 18:13, Economics.

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