Wall Street closed this Tuesday on mixed terrain and its main indicator, the Industrial Dow Jones, fell 0.43% when it prevailed again fear over the impact of aggressive central bank measures on the global economy.
At the close of business on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones cut 125.82 points, to 29 thousand 134.99 integers, and the selective S&P 500 lost 0.21% or 7.75 units, down to 3,647.29 points.
The composite index of the Nasdaq market, which brings together the main technology companies, on the other hand, It rose 0.25% or 26.58 integers, to 10,829.50 units.
The New York parquet started the day in good spirits, but it was deflating as concerns returned over prospects for more interest rate hikes in the US and other major economies to rein in high inflation.
By sectors, decreases predominated and they were led by essential goods companies (-1.76%), utilities (-1.7%) and real estate (-1.28%). On the other hand, the gains of the energy sector (1.16%) stood out, followed to a lesser extent by non-essential goods companies (0.29%), basic materials (0.23%) and technology (0.22 percent).
Among the thirty listed companies in the Dow Jones index, the biggest losses were for McDonald’s (-2.83%), Procter & Gamble (-2.70%), Coca-Cola (-2.54%) and Walt Disney (-2.27%). Just over a dozen companies finished in the green, led by Salesforce (1.74%), Dow Inc (0.97%) and Home Depot (0.86%).
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