Wall Street. Major U.S. stock-indexes are little changed
Major U.S. stock-indexes are lower on Friday as weak economic data pointed to a lack of momentum in the economy. Industrial output slipped 0.3%, weighed down by a decline in production by mining companies and utilities. Economists had forecast a rise of 0.1%. U.S. consumer sentiment also fell more than expected in May and was at the lowest level since October.
Most of the Dow stocks are trading in negative area (18 of 30). Top looser - The Boeing Company (BA, -1.07%). Top gainer - Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO, +1.50%).
S&P index sectors mixed. Top gainer - Utilities (+0,4%). Top looser - Conglomerates (-0.7%).
At the moment:
Dow 18193.00 -9.00 -0.05%
S&P 500 2114.25 -3.25 -0.15%
Nasdaq 100 4483.75 -6.50 -0.14%
10-year yield 2.15% -0.09
Oil 60.24 -0.60 -0.99%
Gold 1222.40 -2.80 -0.23%
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