Wall Street closed this Monday in red and the Dow Jones Industrialsits main indicator, lost a 0.59% after last week’s euphoria over the end of the debt ceiling crisis dissipated.
At the close of trading, the Dow fell to 33 thousand 562.86 units and the selective S&P 500 subtracted a 0.20% until four thousand 273.79 points.
For its part, the composite index of the Nasdaq market, in which the main technology companies are listed, dropped a 0.09%until 13 thousand 229.43 integers.
Today all eyes were on the technological giant Apple and its commitment to virtual reality with “Apple vision Pro”a set of mixed reality glasses and headsets in which users can experience virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality experiences (AR).
This is the first new product introduction since the launch of its Apple Watch in 2015 and the company has heralded it as a new era at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) being held today at its Cupertino headquarters. (USA).
However, the announcement did not quite convince investors and the shares, which went up intraday by 1.5%before unveiling the new product, ended the day by leaving a 0.76%.
Another of the most outstanding news of the day was the lawsuit filed by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against Binance, the largest cryptocurrency platform in the world, for violating a series of regulations with its operations. in the country.
The SEC filed a total of 13 charges against Binance and its founder, Changpeng Zhaowhom he accuses of blatantly ignoring US stock market laws and earning billions of dollars in exchange for putting “significant risk” the assets of its clients.
Wall Street closed last week celebrating that the Senate had passed a bill to raise the debt ceiling, warding off the danger of debt default that had hung over the government and kept all investors on edge.
By sectors, the greatest losses were for the industrial and energy sectors, which left a 0.71% and a 0.58% respectively, while those that rose the most were communications (0.58%) and the public services (0.45%).
Among the 30 Dow Jones stocks, the largest losses were for Intel (-4.63%), 3M (-4.44%) and Nike (-2.39%) while the biggest gains went to Amgen (1.75 %) y Johnson & Johnson (0.86%).
In other markets, Texas oil closed at $72.15 a barreland at the end of the trading session the profitability of the 10-year US bond fell to 3.689%gold rose to thousand 977.5 dollars an ounceand the dollar was losing ground against the euro, with a change of 1.071.
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