A day in the red for the tech stocks consolidated the unstable trend to follow and then decided to follow a downtrend path. In details stocks from the the tech sector performance were: Microsoft and Meta, respectively +0.12% and -3.50%: Amazon (-2.10%), Snap (-5.31%), and Netflix (-3.36%), Google (-0.31%), Paypal (-1.67%) and Twitter -1.20%, Apple -1.58%.
Chipset producers AMD and NVIDIA respectively went down by -0.52% and -0.58%.
Smart mobility has Lyft that signed at -1.93% and Uber Technologies went down by -0.3%, reversing the positive trend of the last few days.
The energy sector was mainly down this Wednesday. In brief the energy sector: BP reported a -0.80% Baker Hughes (-1.91%), APA(+0.6%), Devon Energy Corporation (+1.3%) Schlumberger NV (-1.59%), Halliburton (-0.37%).
The financial services sector instead closed in the red: Signature Bank and Citigroup closed respectively at -2.62% and -1.29%. All the others followed this downward trend: Visa (-1.88%) and American Express (-1.39%), JPMorgan Chase (-0.63%), Morgan Stanley (-1.05%), Goldman Sachs -1.66%.
Finally, this Thursday, airlines have lost a few percentage points, with interesting price fluctuation: Boeing lost -2.98%, United Airlines up (-2.49%), Alaska Air Group (-2.61%), and American Airlines (-2.38%).