NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – The attempt at recovery on New York’s Wall Street from the start of the week first came to an end on Tuesday. Once again, corona worries have investors firmly under control after Moderna boss Stephane Bancel told the Financial Times that existing vaccines are likely to have problems with the new Omikron variant. It will probably take longer before adapted vaccines can be produced in sufficient quantities.
Der Dow Jones Industrial fell 0.80 percent to 34,854.15 points in early trading. For November, which is coming to an end, the US benchmark index is heading for a minus of 2.7 percent. The annual balance so far is clearly positive at just under 14 percent.
The market-wide S&P 500 fell on Tuesday by 0.44 percent to 4634.67 points. The selection index held at 100 on the Nasdaq on the other hand stable with plus 0.15 percent to 16,423.24 points. For him there is a monthly profit of 3.6 percent and an annual profit of 27 percent.