America stock on Thursday dropped slightly no

America stock on Thursday dropped slightly: no progress in Greece

American
stock indexes fell yesterday
0.1-0.2% due to the lack of progress in
negotiations on Greek debt, writes
Bloomberg. Thus, the index Dow Jones Industrial Average in the
Thursday fell by 0.2% – to the level of 18,126.12,
Standard Poor’s 500 fell by 0.13% – to 2120.79,
and the Nasdaq Composite fell by 0.17% – to the level of
5097.98. Investors are concerned that Athens
I do not have time to sign
lenders bailout agreement before
fall due on the IMF loan payments.
Recall, Greece from June 5 to 19 would
to pay the debt to the IMF in the amount of almost
€ 1.6 billion, and the market is worried that
the country can not do that because of the
lack of money in the treasury.

Besides,
market awaits today important reports that
may again give a signal to the timing of raising
Fed rates. Among these reports – the data
from the US Department of Commerce to change
GDP in I quarter
(Revised figures), and Michigan
University today publishes Confidence
consumers to the economy of the country in May.

On Thursday,
US indexes are influenced
news from the US and a strong labor market
decrease in the Chinese stock market,
when the PBOC withdrew
a significant amount of liquidity
financial system. According to
US labor market, the number of Americans
who applied for unemployment benefits
for the first time, last week increased by
7 ths., That surprise
analysts who had expected a decline
4 thousand.

According to the results
trading stock quotes Costco Wholesale Corp.
It fell by 0.8% because of the retailer’s revenue
in I quarter
not justified forecasts. Shares of Broadcom Corp. decreased 1.6% when held news
that Avago Technologies Ltd. Broadcom buys
for $ 37 billion.

The leaders
growth were the shares of DuPont Company (+ 0.93%),
Intel (+ 0,89%), Pfizer (+ 0,41%), Merck Co (+ 0,4%) and General
Electric (+ 0,4%). McDonald`s lost in trading yesterday
1,36%, Boeing – 0,47%, and JPMorgan decreased by 0.41%.

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