The New York Stock Exchange went down 11,000 points. Yet after experiencing a very good session during Tuesday. The parquet Madrid is positioned again on red. Wall Street sank Wednesday on ground negative in the final stretch of the day and the Dow Jones de Industriales, its main indicator, ended with a 4.62% fall in a volatile session that underscored the drag of the financial sector. Yet after experiencing a very good session during Tuesday.
That index, which comprises the 30 largest publicly traded companies in the United States, it subtracted on this third day of the week 519,83 points to finish at 10.719,94 units, with which lost 11,000 points barrier again last session which had been reconquered. For its part the selective S & P 500 fell 4.42% (- 51,77 points) to 1.120,76 units, while the Nasdaq market composite index lost 4.09% (- 101,47 points) to finish at 2.381,05. The New York Park thus lost all the territory gained on Tuesday, when the Dow Jones ended up with a solid advance of 3.98%, and occurred at the same time just a day after that index registered its biggest drop since December 2008, 5.55%. Doubts the immense volatility New York Park responds in part to renewed doubts about the strength of the US economic recovery, especially that on Tuesday the U.S. Federal Reserve announced that it will keep at least until 2013 of interest rates below 0.25% after seeing a growth in this country considerably slower than expected. Also influenced the unfounded rumors about a reduction of the debt rating of France, which joined together so that finally the main European markets registered again sharp falls on red numbers for the day. Source of the news: Wall Street closes with a 4.62 percent drop dragged by banks and doubts by France