The main U.S. stock indices fell on Tuesday. Dow Jones fell by 0.05%, S&P 500 - by 0.57%, Nasdaq - by 1.04%. Players are moving away from risk in anticipation of important news, the agency "Prime" with reference to Bloomberg.
Next week, the Fed and the Bank of England will meet to decide on the interest rate, and the European Central Bank is scheduled to meet tomorrow. Before this is expected to release statistics on inflation in the United States and employment in the United Kingdom, which may have an impact on the decisions of regulators, Bloomberg quotes the opinion of strategists from ING Group.
European sites also ended yesterday's trading mostly falling within 0.78%. Only British FTSE 100 (+0.41%) grew.
Corporate financial results also contributed to the negative dynamics. Oracle's revenue growth in the first quarter fell by 30% relative to the previous trimester, which caused the company's shares to fall by more than 12%.