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Dow Jones Industrial Average

Last Updated at 20 Sep 2017, 19:58 GMT *Chart shows local time Dow Jones intraday chart
value change %
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Top winner and loser

McDonald's Corp.

159.88 +
+2.45
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+1.56

Johnson & Johnson

133.22 -
-2.00
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-1.48
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Nasdaq Index

6456.04 -
-5.28
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-0.08

S&P 500 Cash Index - Chicago Mercantile Exchange

2508.24 +
+1.59
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+0.06

(Close): Wall Street fell as Apple shares declined and banks were hit after the Federal Reserve signalled more stringent capital requirements.

The Dow Jones ended down 97.5 points, or 0.57%, while the S&P 500 was 13% points lower, or 0.65%, at 1,988.4.

The tech-rich Nasdaq fell 40 points, or 0.87%, to 4,552.2, with Apple down 1% after having been 4.8% up immediately after announcing a new products.

Home Depot fell 2% after it confirmed its payment system had been hacked.

The hacking could be one of the biggest data breaches ever.

All 10 corporate sectors in S&P 500 ended lower. Benchmark 10-year US Treasury note yields rose to 2.5%. Sectors with high-dividend paying stocks, including utilities, were among the day's weakest.

The utilities sector and telecommunications sector each fell 1.2%.

Amazon sank 3.7% after it cut the price of its Fire smartphone from $199 to 99 cents with a two-year contract. Analysts said this could be a sign that the phone is selling poorly.