Dow, S&P 500 Head for Two-Month Lows After US Bomb on ISIS Adds to Geopolitical Jitters

10 May 2017

Stocks swung lower on Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 poised to close at a two-month low and all three benchmarks sliding for a third day as the US said it dropped a massive bomb on ISIS targets in Afghanistan.

The news was the latest in geopolitical jitters that have jolted investors in the week after the US launched airstrikes in Syria and amid North Korean saber-rattling. In the session, which was marked by subdued volumes ahead of the holiday long weekend, energy declined the most among the S&P 500 sectors as oil futures fluctuated. Financials gave back earlier gains made on a day that saw Citigroup ( C ), JPMorgan Chase ( JPM ) and Wells Fargo ( WFC ) report quarterly earnings.

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