The tech market in the first moment seemed to fall under bearish pressure but the cheap prices made the bull angry and pushed part of the sector up. Ended in green: Amazon (+1.48%), Meta (+1.32%), Snap (+4.26%), and Netflix (+4.77%). They slipped today: AMD (-0.98%), Google (-0.70%), Microsoft (-1.99%), Paypal (-1.17%) and Twitter -2.19%.
The two giants of smart mobility didn’t take part in the market selloff, but instead, they tried to recover the losses stacked during the week: LYFT surged by +4.91%, and Uber Technologies gained +3.19%.
The energy sector stopped its run with a general decline of their values: BP reported a -0.94%, Baker Hughes (-1.79%), APA(-0.70%), Devon Energy Corporation (-0.11%) Schlumberger NV (+1.72%), Halliburton (-0.37%).
The financial sector was mainly in the red. The captains of this bad day have been Signature Bank and Citigroup respectively -2.74% and -2.31%. All the others followed: Visa (-1.21%) and American Express (-3.84%). The other players of the banking industry performed quite badly: JPMorgan Chase (-0.08%), and Goldman Sachs (-0.71%), Morgan Stanley (-0.38%).