Investing.com-Tuesday U.S. stocks started lower and never delivered all of the profits they got on Monday in response to the latest good news about the Corona 19 vaccine front.
It fell 340 points (1.1%) to 29,610 points until 9:40 a.m. EST (1440 GMT), setting a new record for the first time since the February pandemic erupted.
Tesla (Nasdaq:) shares have fallen 0.7% since the S&P Dow Jones Indices announced that they will include automakers in their benchmark index starting on Dec. 21, while Tesla (Nasdaq:) shares have risen 11.3%.
It fell 0.2% despite Tesla’s rise.
The sentiment was engulfed by the release of figures showing retail sales for October increased by just 0.3% more than expected. Figures for September were also lowered, reviving concerns that demand could surge as demand did not expand as government aid to many Americans who were unemployed due to the pandemic.
Another headwind broke out in Washington that Senator Mitch McConnell would no longer be able to provide convenience to House Democrats in the near future than before the election. At least where there is concern about financial aid to the economy. McConnell accused Democrats of taking the virus relief bill hostage. ‘
There was a huge loss to pharmacy stocks after Amazon (NASDAQ:) announced plans to refill prescriptions online for two years after acquiring the $750 million PillPack. CVS (NYSE:) shares fell 7.9%, and Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ:) fell 8.7% on concerns that the online tycoon could erode its previously impregnable market position. Meanwhile, Amazon stock rose 1.2% in anticipation of another significant revenue stream and a wealth of customer data sources.
Walmart (NYSE:) shares elsewhere and Home Depot (NYSE:) Shares were all down despite both companies reporting better-than-expected quarterly performance. Wal-Mart’s earnings-per-share increased by 15% with a 5.2% increase in sales following a 79% increase in sales through online channels. The share price fell 0.5% on concerns over slowing sales growth.
The pandemic’s big winner, Home Depot, fell 2.5% amid fears that the end of the pandemic, which appeared on people’s radar screens, could end incentives due to signs that at least two effective vaccines will be distributed next year. Invest in home improvement.
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