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US stock indices down 0.3-0.4%

14 July 2021
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US stock indices down 0.3-0.4%

Trading on Tuesday

US stock indices declined in trading on Tuesday, retreating from recent records. Investors were assessing June US inflation data as well as quarterly reports from some of the country's largest banks.

US consumer prices (CPI) jumped 5.4 per cent in June compared with the same month last year, data from the country's Labour Department showed. The rate of inflation accelerated from 5% in May and was the highest in more than 12 years since August 2008.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average index was down 107.39 points (0.31 per cent) at 34888.79 by market close.

The Standard Poor's 500 fell 15.42 points (0.35%) to 4369.21 points.

The Nasdaq Composite lost 55.59 points (0.38%) to 14677.65 points.

JPMorgan, the biggest US bank by assets, increased net profit 2.6 times in the second quarter of 2021. Meanwhile, revenues fell by 7%. JPMorgan shares were down 1.5% on Tuesday. Goldman shares lost 1.2%. The bank boosted net income and revenue in the second quarter and raised its dividend by 60%.

Conagra Brands Inc.'s capitalization fell 5.4%. The prepared foods maker boosted net profit by 54% in its fiscal fourth quarter, despite lower sales.

The market value of Boeing Co (NYSE:BA). fell 4.2%. The U.S. aircraft maker has identified the need to rework the 787s awaiting delivery to customers, which will take some time.

United Airlines Holdings Inc. was also down 4.2% as the airline's stock was downgraded by analysts at Argus. United and regional carrier Mesa Air Group plan to buy 100 small electric ES-19 jets each from Swedish start-up Heart Aerospace as soon as they are built, it emerged on Tuesday.

General Motors (NYSE:GM) Co. shares were down 0.4%. The company said on Tuesday it plans to open a new technology campus in Southern California next year, it will replace the current engineering centre located in North Hollywood.

Meanwhile, shares in technology giants Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Inc. and Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT). Alphabet rose 0.3% to $2546.83, while Microsoft and Apple rose 1.3% and 0.8% to $280.98 and $145.64, respectively. Shares of all three companies have gained at least 10% since the beginning of the year.

PepsiCo Inc (NASDAQ:PEP). shares gained 2.3%.

Companies14 in the news

Mesa Air Group
1 place
Conagra Brands
2 place
Boeing
3 place
Nasdaq
5 place
Dow Jones
6 place
United Airlines
8 place
PepsiCo
9 place
Microsoft
10 place
Apple
12 place
Goldman Sachs
13 place
JPMorgan Chase
14 place
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