Stock Exchanges in New York Started Predominantly Lower on Tuesday
Stock exchanges in New York started predominantly lower on Tuesday on the trading day. Investors include the quarterly results published by the banks JPMorgan Chase and Citi.
In addition, there has been a setback in research into one of the possible vaccines against the new coronavirus.
The Dow Jones index fell 0.3 percent in the first trading minutes to 12,979 points. The broadly curated S&P 500 dropped 0.2 percent to 3527, and the Nasdaq tech exchange fell 0.1 percent to 11,864.
Medical concern Johnson & Johnson (J&J) also looked at the books and fell 1.7 percent. The company has also encountered a setback in the development of a vaccine against Covid-19.
The development thereof was temporarily halted after a test subject became unexpectedly ill.