The Volstrit index is in "red" because of the decline in retail and the Internet and technology companies outperformed the profits recorded by others, and in a slight downward slope, the index of major European stock exchanges was also due to events around Bregzit.
Investor activity in the European market is cautious due to trade tensions and political risks associated with Britain leaving the European Union. The German DAKS index was stagnant, French KAK fell 0.1 percent, and the UK FTSE 100 weakened, according to the AP.
On the New York Stock Exchange, the S & P 500 index dropped six points, or 0.2 percent, to 2.723 points, industry Dau Jones lost eight points, or 0.3 percent, falling to 25,280 points. The Nasad composite technology index fell 55 points, or 0.8 percent, to 7,203 points. The Volstritt index was on track to end Sunday with heavy losses, the AP added.
In Asia, Japan's Nikei 225 index weakened 0.6%, while South Korea's Hang Seng and Kospi grew 0.3% and 0.2% respectively.
Oil prices rose today, increasing the increase recorded in the last two days. US "light" oil WTI rose 1.0 percent to $ 57.02 a barrel in New York, while Brent crude rose 0.9 percent to $ 67.23 a barrel in London.
Despite this recovery, US crude oil prices fell 12.7 percent at the start of the month. The increase in oil prices has helped strengthen the shares of energy companies.
The dollar fell today to 112.82 yen from yesterday's level at 113.58 yen. The euro rose to $ 1.1407 from $ 1.1348. The pound rose to $ 1.2842 from $ 1.2791.
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