Volstrit indexes are "red" because the decline in retail and internet and technology companies exceeds the earnings recorded by others, and in the small downstream, the indexes of main European stock exchanges also resulted in events around Bregzit.
Investor activity in European markets was cautious due to trade tensions and UK-related political risks leaving the European Union. The German Index of DAKS has died, a French KAK dropped 0.1 percent, and weakened FTSE 100 Britain, according to AP.
On New York Stock Exchange, the S & P 500 index dropped six points, or 0.2 per cent to 2,723 points, the Dau Jones industrial lost eight points, or 0.3 percent, reducing to 25,280 points. Technological index Nasad compound left 55 points, or 0.8 percent, to 7,203 points. Volstritt indexes are on track to Sunday ends with large losses, AP adds.
In Asia, the Japanese Nikei 225 index was reduced by 0.6%, while Hang Seng and Kospi South Korea grew 0.3% and 0.2%, respectively.
Oil prices rise today, raising the recorded earnings over the past two days. WTI raised "lightweight" US 1.0 percent to $ 57.02 per barrel in New York, while Brent's crude oil climbed 0.9 percent to $ 67.23 as a barrel in London.
Despite this recovery, US crude oil prices down 12.7 percent at the beginning of the month. The increase in oil prices has helped to strengthen the shares of the energy company.
The dollar today fell to 112.82 yen from yesterday's level of 113.58 yen. The euro was strengthened to $ 1.1407 of previous $ 1.1348. He raised the pound to $ 1,2842 of $ 1,2791.
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