U.S. stock exchanges fall amid fears over inflation
The main U.S. stock indexes ended Tuesday in losses. Dow Jones lost 1.36%, S&P 500 - 0.87%, NASDAQ - 0.093%. The pressure was put on them by the players' fears about the surge in inflation in the United States, which intensified after the message White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The latter said yesterday the White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, said yesterday that the administration was taking the threat seriously. Bessemer Trust senior portfolio strategist Peter Langas, the public is currently concerned about about the issue of inflation, which adds to the uncertainty. An important is what steps the Fed will take about it, he noted. he said. Signs of rising inflation currently are affecting player behavior, leading to sell-offs in the The tech sector - many investors are cutting back on open positions. On Tuesday, shares of industry leaders Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft lost ground on Tuesday, as did all 11 sectors of the S&P 500.