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Wall Street opens ‘down’ after industrial production figures in the US – El Financiero

On the last day of the week, operations within Wall Street are set to close with setbacks after figures were published on the industrial production in the United Stateswhich increased 0.40 percent in Augustdata that was above estimates, but below what was recorded the previous month.

The high content index Nasdaq is the one that registers the greatest correction with 1.32 percent less, in the 13 thousand 742.36 pointsfollowed by a decrease of 0.96 percent for the S&P 500 that rounds 4 thousand 463.80 units and the Industrial Average Dow Jones drops 0.61 percent, in the 34 thousand 693.68 integers.

For its part, slates in Europe are mostly found in green, with the CAC 40 of France increasing 0.84 percent, in the 7 thousand 370.50 pointsin London on FTSE 100 adds 0.67 percent, in the 7 thousand 724 units and in Germany the DAX gains 0.52 percent, towards 15 thousand 886.65 integersMeanwhile he IBEX 35 of Spain is the only one that gives 0.12 percent, with 9 thousand 538.51 points.

Mexican Stock Exchange today September 15

Meanwhile, in the local market, the S&P/BMV CPI of the Mexican stock exchange loses 0.59 percent, in the 51 thousand 450.82 integerssame as him FTSE-BIVA of the Institutional Stock Market that fell 0.57 percent towards the thousand 62.71 units.

Oil price today September 15

Meanwhile, within the international market of Petroleumafter the good economic data reported in China, the movements are mixed, since the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) continues to rise 0.40 percent, in the 90.52 dollars per barrelwhile the reference Brent reflects a decrease of 0.04 percent, trading in the 93.66 greenbacks per unit.

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