S & P 500 reduces transport; Oil extends to a recent set

The S & P 500 index ended after falling in technology and stock transport on Thursday due to oil prices expanded its recent recovery.

The S & P 500, with the NASDAQ, makes a profit back in the last session, and the 47 states of the MSCIS All-Share index World exhibit a record level.

Dow Jones Transportation Average commonly referred to as the US Health Measure Economy saw, fell 3.1 percent, reaching the lowest point in nearly 2 months, while the S & P technology index fell 0.8 percent, worst day the main group. Nasdaq Biotech index fell 1.9 percent.

Tech this year the most productive sector holds 2017, 10.6 percent of S & P 500 degrees

“The overall market sentiment, which came on any of our share transport to say something that did not pay attention,” said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at Wunderlich Securities in New York.

“There is a general feeling that a lot of good news is posted on that market,” said Hogan.
Dow Industries set a record, which is high, with the help of a jump in Verizon.

Dow grew 85.54 points, or 0.39 percent, to 21,796.55; S & P 500 lost 2.41 points or 0.10 percent 2475.42; And NASDAQ Composite dropped 40.56 points, or 0.63 percent, to 6,382.19 points.

“Biotechnology and Technology are Outperformers. When people are nervous, money outperformers are taking the first, “said Ken Polcari, NYSE Director of O’Neil Securities New York.

The biggest one-day drop in AstraZeneca’s shares of drug-drug trafficking success is dominated in Europe, although some have provided data for the fact that wider indices have raised more. Tava STOXX 600 finished at 0.11 percent.

In US currency and currency markets, investors are still evaluating a recent Federal Reserve statement closer to balance.

The US central bank said on Wednesday it is expected to begin to reduce their huge bonds’ holdings “relatively fast,” despite the impact of low-inflation tones.