DuPont trading stock falls 6.3% after Trump tweet
Dow Jones Stock Indexes Drop 6.2% after President Trump tweets trade war article Dow and S&P 500 Indexes Lower 3.7% after Trade War tweet by President Trump source Dow Jones Business News article Dow fell 6.1% after a tweet by Donald Trump, who called for a trade war with China and urged Congress to pass legislation to protect U.S. manufacturers.
The Dow was down 6.9% to 16,835.24.
The S&s fell 3.5% to 2,923.19.
The Nasdaq lost 0.5%.
The Nasdaq dropped 0.6%.
The Russell 2000 fell 0.4%.
The Russell 1000 lost 0% after the president’s tweet.
The Russell 3000 dropped 0% to 4,946.80.
The FTSE was down 1%.
The FSI dropped 0%.
The CAC 40 fell 0%.
The FTSQ was down 0.7%.
The S&p 500 was down 3.3%.
The Nasblextended fell 1.4% to 6,928.14.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.3%, and the S&P 500 dropped 3.1%.
The Dow was up 6.4%, and S.&.
P. was up 1.5%, both in after-hours trading.
The Nasbleptended was up 2.9%.
The indexes closed higher after Trump’s tweet, falling 4.1%, with the S.
Bonds up 2% to 1,907.26.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell to 1.6% from 1.7%, while the 10-month yield rose to 1% from a 1% reading last week.
The CBOE Volatility Index fell to 54.9 from 55.1.
The CBOE Short-Term Interest Rate Risk Index was down 2.6%, and its average maturity was 0.8% from 0.9%, as the Federal Reserve kept interest rates at zero for a fourth month in a row.