The main U.S. stock indices did not show unified dynamics yesterday. In the U.S. Dow Jones fell by 0.42%, S&P 500 and NASDAQ added 0.02% and 0.5%, respectively. Tech, telecom and financial stocks grew, while such sectors as consumer goods and services as well as stocks of commodity firms turned out to be the outsiders.
Growth was led by shares of Match Group, which grew by 6.72%, Pfizer (5.38%) and Microbot Medical (159.35%). The leaders of falling were shares of Signature Bank, which lost 11.37%, Nike (3.99%) and Coca-Cola (2.1%). The volatility on the platforms increased, which was demonstrated by the CBOE Volatility Index, which measured it by 2.38% and reached 17.21.
Major European indices finished the trading session mainly in the fall, which was contributed by the uncertainty about the situation with the United States government debt. As the end of the day German DAX and French CAC 40 indexes fell by 0.32% and 0.18% respectively, British FTSE 100 added 0.18%.