Investing.com – Stocks were to near-session lows in late trading as investors tried to understand the Trump Administration’s thinking on limiting investment dollars from flowing to China.
- Ideas being considered even include delisting Chinese stocks from U.S. markets, according to Bloomberg News.
- The was down 1% by 3:05 PM ET (19:05 GMT). The was off about 1.6%. The had fallen 0.6%, or 152 points, after falling as many as 175 points. The blue chips had been up as many as 121 points early in the day.
- The slump was hitting technology stocks like Microsoft (NASDAQ:) and Apple (NASDAQ:) hardest, as well as electronic payment processor Visa (NYSE:).
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