US stocks fell, taking a moment. US stocks ended down in trading on Monday (17/09) as the first decline in the last five trading post the index rising to the highest peak in recent years.
Profit taking is happening in the market is not quite lively, yet many investors believe the Fed policy aftereffect taken last week will impact the US stock index rise higher again. Several large brokers actually take action to buy amid the correction.
Dow Jones index fell 40.27 points, or down 0.3%, to end at 13,553.10 level, with shares of Bank of America Corp. and Alcoa Inc. a leader occurred correction along with 19 other companies of the 30 components in this index.
Golden previous sessions, including a session in which the Fed announced a policy to roll out QE3 on Thursday recorded a performance of the Index and the Dow Jones ride at the weekend closed at its highest level since December 10, 2007.
At any price decline that occurred, directly returned by buying back. On the other hand some market participants see the index rise this trip was quite long with a variety of backgrounds including macroeconomic news the US presidential election in November. US stocks index is estimated to rise again.