Wall Street opens in red and Dow Jones falls 0.72% pending in Ukraine

New York, 23 Mar Wall Street opened on Wednesday in red and the Dow Jones Industrial, its main indicator, was down 0.72% pending in Ukraine and the rise in fuel prices.
A quarter of an hour after the start of trading on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones cut 250.22 points to 34,557.24, while the selective S&P 500 fell by 0.61% or 27.65 whole to 4,483.96.
For its part, the Nasdaq index, which brings together the most important technological ones, yielded 0.82 per cent or 115.29 units, to 13,993.53.
The New York parquet dawned with pessimism, pending the war in Ukraine and the agenda of US President Joe Biden in Europe, where he will participate in a NATO meeting.
Investors are also concerned about economic impacts such as rising fuel prices, problems in the supply chain and rising inflation.
By sector, losses predominated and were led by technology (-1.32%), real estate (-0.92%) and health (-0.76%) companies.
The energy sector rose by 2.46%, coinciding with the increase in the price of the Texas barrel, which reached $114 after Moscow warned of interruptions in its oil exports due to storm-related damage to a viaduct.
Among the thirty values of the Dow Jones, the decline of Salesforce (-3.66%), Home Depot (-2.60%), Boeing (-2.17%) stood out.
In green, Chevron (1.66%), MSD (1.35%) and Amgen (0.50%) rose.
In other markets, gold rose to $1,932.90 per ounce, the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond fell to 2,344% and the dollar was gaining ground against the euro, with a change of 1.0964. CHIEF
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