(Bloomberg) — U.S. shares prolonged their slide on the final day of a tumultuous week, posting modest declines even because the yield on 10-year Treasuries falling beneath 1.5%.
Vitality producers and banks had been among the many worst performers, dragging down the Dow Jones Industrial Common. The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 Index fared barely higher, edging larger from a six-week low. The greenback strengthened for a second day, serving to gas a stoop in commodity costs from oil to gold to copper.
Asian shares tumbled according to Thursday’s rout within the U.S., and European gauges additionally headed decrease. International bonds stabilized