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Today 27.06.2017


Google parent shares fall after EU fine

Alphabet shares fall after record EU fine as a Nasdaq tech sell-off continues.

Wall Street ends lower

It's been a weak day on Wall Street with all three indexes finishing lower again.

The delay in the healthcare bill vote in the US Senate has rattled investors, who fear President Trump's plans for reform could be derailed.

Trump has said repeatedly he wants to repeal and replace Obamacare before moving on to other issues including tax reform.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 98.89 points, or 0.46% to 21,310.66, the S&P 500 lost 19.69 points, or 0.81%, to 2,419.38 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 100.53 points, or 1.61%, to 6,146.62.

Yesterday 26.06.2017


Shares in Grenfell cladding maker sink

Arconic falls 6% after saying it will stop selling Reynobond PE cladding for use in high-rises.



US markets edge higher, lifted by tech

The gains offset declines in other sectors such as retail, where home goods store Bed Bath & Beyond posted a steep decline.



Stocks little moved on Wall Street

US stocks close little changed on Wall Street while the oil price edges up from multi-month lows.



Health care stocks lead US markets

Gains come as a Republican proposal to overhaul health care system appears ready to advance.



Amazon apparel announcement hits retail stocks

Department stores and technology firms were among the firms posting losses as US markets turned sour.



US markets close higher as tech rebounds

The increases in the technology sector come as the White House hosts a meeting with industry leaders.



Retail stocks dive on news of Amazon deal

News of the tie-up sent supermarket shares tumbling but the markets closed with little change.

Retailers roiled

Wall Street ended little changed on Friday although's $13.7bn deal to buy upscale grocer Whole Foods rocked shares of a string of companies, including Wal-Mart and Target.

At the closing bell, the Dow Jones was up 0.11% to 21,384.28 points, the S&P 500 gained 0.03% to 2,433.15, and the Nasdaq ended 0.22% better at 6,151.76.

Energy sector shares helped buoy the S&P and Dow, while a 1.4% drop in Apple weighed on the Nasdaq.

But the big movers were in retail. Wal-Mart fell 4.65% and Target fell 5%. Kroger, the biggest US supermaket by store numbers, closed down 9.2%.

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