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Shares on the stock exchange in the United States remained lower on Thursday half-day operations, the fourth day the markets recorded negative behavior.
Casualties were more pronounced in European and Asian markets.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 21 points (0.1%) to stand at 17,696 units at 11:45 am New York.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was down 2 points (0.1%) to
settle at 2,058 integers. The Nasdaq composite fell 14 points (0.3%) to
stand at 4,835.
Shares of energy companies rose due to higher oil prices, which gained $ 1.30 to $ 50.51 a barrel in New York.
In the debt market dropped the price of bonds. Instrument performance of 10-year Treasury increased to 1.93%