ALEX VEIGA and DAMIANJ. By TROISEAP Business Writer
Wall Street shares fell almost on Wednesday, despite tech company profits pushing Nasdaq to its first record since September. The S & P 500 fell 0.2%, but remains up 11% this month. Industry, energy and healthcare stocks accounted for the majority of sales. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell below 30,000 the day after the first milestone. Treasury yields have varied and energy prices have risen significantly. The US market is closed on Thursdays due to Thanksgiving and is open half a day on Fridays.
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In the trading on Wednesday afternoon, Wall Street’s share price has fallen mostly, returning some of the profits from the record rise a day ago.
The S & P 500 fell 0.1% a day after hitting a record high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell below 30,000 the day after its first milestone. Financial, industrial and healthcare companies have lowered markets and outperformed technology and other sectors.
The Dow fell 180 points (0.6%) to 29,864 at 3:23 pm EST. The high-tech Nasdaq Composite index rose 0.5%, surpassing the closing price reached in early September. The European market has moved almost modestly. The Asian market has fallen.
Even if technology advances push NASDAQ to the record, stock prices will almost fall.National news
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