US News decline continues: Dow Jones closes deep red

23:20  26 october  2020
23:20  26 october  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

Caution remains: Dow Jones goes a little higher into the day

 Caution remains: Dow Jones goes a little higher into the day On Wall Street things are going up moderately at the start of the week. © Provided by Finanz.net Spencer Platt / Getty Images The Dow Jones opened the day 0.1 percent up at 28,633.55 points. Aid measures remain in the focus of investors Statements by US politician Nancy Pelosi are seen as support for New York stock values.

to continue using gas plants that are fitted with carbon-capture systems that trap emissions, said Dow Jones Falls 125 Points On Coronavirus Stimulus Uncertainty; Amazon, Apple, Shopify, Tesla The Dow Jones Industrial Average erased a 100 point jump amid coronavirus stimulus hopes Monday.

This is a list of the largest daily changes in the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 1896. Compare to the list of largest daily changes in the S&P 500 Index. Some sources (including the file Highlights/Lowlights of The Dow on the Dow Jones website) show a loss of 24.39

Impending lockdown measures and dwindling hopes for an economic stimulus package in the US weighed on Wall Street on Monday.

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The Dow Jones went weak in Monday trading, losing 0.53 percent to 28,185.82 points at the start. In the process it went further south - the final result was minus 2.29 percent at 27,685.39 points.

concerns about rising new infections and dwindling hopes for further corona economic aid before the US presidential elections have put a heavy strain on the Dow Jones Industrial week start. At the end of last week,

still had the slightest hope that another corona aid package to support the economy could be passed before the presidential elections in early November. That confidence has now given way to disillusionment after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin cut off their talks. They accused each other of "having changed the negotiating rules" afterwards.

The Chinese government announced sanctions after the sale of new US weapons to Taiwan, which also weighed on the mood on the stock market. "We will impose sanctions on US companies that are involved in arms sales," said Zhao Lijian, a spokesman for the Beijing State Department.

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US election not yet decided: Wall Street starts friendly .
Despite the uncertain outcome of the US election, Wall Street starts with a plus on Wednesday. © Provided by Finanz.net Peter Bischoff / Getty Images The Dow Jones rises 0.12 percent to 27,512.83 points at the opening. Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden continue to be in a head-to-head race. Even before the end of the vote count, the incumbent declared himself the winner and also wants a court order to stop the further counting.

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