U.S. and European stock exchanges fell on U.S. inflation data
Major U.S. and European stock indexes closed mostly decline. In the States Dow Jones lost 0.84%, S&P 500 - 0.57%, NASDAQ LOST 0.45%. Players reacted moderately to the release of data The players reacted on the release of data on inflation in the country, which turned out to be positive on the whole. According to the official statistics, U.S. prices rose by 0.3% versus the previous month, which, however, was better than analysts' forecasts, who expected a 0.4% increase. In annual inflation fell 0.1 percentage points from on an annual basis, inflation fell by 0.1 percentage points on the year, down from 5.3% in July. The rate of inflation slowed for the first time in almost a year. The slowdown was the first in almost a year. U.S. indexes were also down by the end of last Friday amid fears of a high incidence of coronavirus in the States. The European indices were also negative yesterday, with the indices ending in negative territory. The indexes finished the day mostly in decline. В Only German DAX was on the plus side adding 0.14%; FTSE 100 and CAC 40 fell within 0.5%.