Nasdaq leads falls on Wall Street

Technological ones have accentuated losses, namely FAANG. Facebook lost 2,48%, Apple yielded 0,46%, Amazon fell 3%, Netflix sank 4,23% and Alphabet, owner of Google, fell 1,74%. Microsoft also had a negative session, down 3,09%.

Reuters

The three main New York Stock Exchange indexes ended Monday's session without a definite trend, after a positive start, driven by news that reported the development of two experimental vaccines against Covid-19 from Pfizer and BioNTech.

California Governor Gavin Newsom warned that the economic recovery could be in jeopardy as he argued that all countries should shut down all activities that are not done outdoors.

Over the course of the session, the gains gave way and only the industrialist Dow Jones closed on the green, remaining practically flat compared to last Friday's closing, with a slight appreciation of 0,04%, to 26.085,80 points. The technological Nasdaq fell 2,13%, to 10.390,84 points; and the S&P 500 lost 0,94%, to 3.155,20 points.

Technological ones have accentuated losses, namely FAANG. Facebook lost 2,48%, Apple yielded 0,46%, Amazon fell 3%, Netflix sank 4,23% and Alphabet, owner of Google, fell 1,74%. Microsoft also had a negative session, down 3,09%.

Tesla did not escape the trend and, after several consecutive bullish sessions and renewing highs, lost 3,08%.

In the case of raw materials, the price of oil yields more than 2%. In the United States, West Texas Intermediate loses 2,24%, to $ 39,64 and, in London, Brent's barrel, yields 2,24%, to $ 42,27.

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