The main US stock market indices ended trading on October 7, the last working day of the week, with a sharp decline on the back of economic data and rising oil prices after the OPEC+ decision to cut production by 2 million barrels per day. The Nasdaq lost more than others.
Thus, by the end of trading on Wall Street, the Dow Jones index fell by 630.15 points (2.11%), to the level of 29,296.79 points. The S&P 500 fell 104.86 points, or 2.80%, to 3639.66. Nasdaq by the end of the day fell by 420.91 points (3.80%), to the level of 10,652.41 points.
Futures for WTI crude by the end of the day rose by $4.84 (5.47%) to $93.29 per barrel.
As reported IA REGNUM, the main US stock market indexes ended trading lower on October 6 on the back of economic data and OPEC+’s decision to cut oil production. Dow Jones lost more than others.