Frankfurt / Paris / London, November 19 (TASR) – European stock exchanges fell earlier this week. The pressure came mainly in the afternoon when Wall Street dragged along with the loss of technology headlines opened by a drop. Another negative factor is the ongoing concern over the development of the economy in the EU in light of the current turmoil surrounding the draft Brexite Agreement.
The German benchmark, Dax, fell 0.85% on Monday to 11,244.54, losing 1.6% at the end of last week. The French CAC 40 fell 0.79% to 4985.45 points on Monday, the Italian FTSE MIB fell 0.29% to 18,823.13 points and the British FTSE 100 by 0.19% to 7000.89 points. The Paris Stock Exchange has sapped the Renault stock. The reason was to arrest the boss Carlos Ghosn.
Euro-Eurostex 50 Euro lost 0.64% to close at 3160.33. The European pan-European Stoxx index fell 0.73% to 355.11 points and the European FTSEurofirst 300 index by 0.71% to 1399.27 points.
Early in the evening, Wall Street also moved in a significant mood. The Dow Jones Industrial Average at 19.40 h CET found a loss of 1.60% at 25,005.68. The lower S & P shed 1.74% to 2688.59 points and the Nasdaq Composite Index shed 2.59% to 7,060.25 points.
The shares of technology giants Apple, Amazon and Facebook have weakened considerably.
Source: Teraz.sk, news portal of TASR