American stock indexes mostly declined yesterday

American stock indexes mostly declined yesterday on trades

Trading session on the
US stock markets on Thursday ended
slight drop in the index in positive territory
closed only to Dow Jones. The
indicator grew by 0.03% yesterday, but
Standard Poor’s 500 fell by 0,13%, Nasdaq Composite lost 0.21%.

World markets
People continued to press the action
Bank of China, which yesterday again lowered the rate of the yuan and said he intends to
to control the rate of decline. But,
the representative of the central bank and then said,
that he sees no reason for further
weakening national currency. plus for
US markets have become good
statistical data that show a steady
the state of the US economy. positive
increase the likelihood of mood
Fed raising interest rates
the near future, experts say.

"Posts Chinese
authorities eased concerns about
with the prospects of such a terrible phrase,
as "currency war", – He speaks
Head of EFG Asset Management Research
Daniel Murray. – As concerns on
by China and Greece reduced market
It can focus on the fundamentals,
the basic factors of the US economy,
that look good enough".

Eight out of ten
subindexes S P 500 dropped on Thursday
drop in the lead – Energy
sector. However, shares of consumer
and financial companies rose.

Shares of Consol Energy Inc. and
Transocean Ltd. We lost more than 6.5%
after falling to the cost of oil
minimum level in six years. shares
retailer Kohl’s Corp. Crumbled 8.8% to weak
results in the second quarter. paper
Shake Snake Inc. fell by 16%, when the company
He announced the additional issue.

Stock Quotes Cisco
Systems Inc. rose 2.9%, when the company
It showed an increase in revenue and profit in the past
quarter – both figures were
better than forecasts of experts. shares
manufacturer of electric vehicles Tesla Motors
Inc. rose 1.8% after news that
he will place 2.1 million shares to
to raise about $ 500 million on the development of

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