Wall Street falls again and the Dow Jones down slightly 0.09%

Wall Street returned to record losses today and the Dow Jones Industrial, its main indicator, fell a slight 0.09% at the beginning of the session, in a day in which it seemed that the good business results were going to translate optimism.

Half an hour after the opening, the main indicator subtracted 21.67 points, to 25,169.76, while the selective S & P 500 fell 0.34% or 9.23 points, to 2,731.46.

The Nasdaq composite index, which includes the most important technology groups, fell 0.51% or 37.72 points, to 7,399.81.

Wall Street started in the first minutes in mixed with the Dow Jones looking for earnings because investors welcomed the positive results of the last quarter of Boeing.

Investors, according to Wall Street analysts, remain concerned about the slowdown in global economic growth, the rise in interest rates in the United States and the reduction in profit margins derived from the higher cost of raw materials such as steel.

At the start of the session, the economic sectors with the greatest losses were communications (-1.43%), technology (-0.73%), financial (-0.46%) and basic materials. (-0.34%).

Among the sectors that earned the most were essential goods (0.65%), public services (0.62%) and non-essential goods (0.32%).

Among the 30 stocks included in the Dow Jones, the companies with the highest profits were Boeing (3.48%), Home Depot (1.94%) or Protect & Gamble (1.82%).

The companies that fell the most at the beginning of the session were United Technologies (1.90%), Walt Disney (1.90%), 3M (1.52%) or Travelers (1.10%).

In other markets, the barrel of Texas amounted to 67.27 dollars per barrel, gold dropped to 1,233.90 dollars per ounce, the yield of the 10-year Treasury bond stabilized at 3.13% and the dollar gained ground before the euro, which changed to 1,1398.


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