Wall Street's main indexes edged lower on Thursday as declines in healthcare and energy stocks paused a rally that had driven the Dow Jones index to its fastest ever 1,000 point gain. Merck and Pfizer weighed the most on the S&P healthcare sector, which fell 0.45 per cent. Oil's drop below $69 a barrel on a reported rise in US fuel stocks shaved 0.66 per cent off the S&P energy index. Investors are keeping a close eye on corporate earnings reports, given the runup in stock valuations. Morgan Stanley wrapped up earnings season for the big US banks with a ...
Wall Street slips from record as healthcare, energy drag; Nasdaq down 0.08%
Oil's drop below $69 a barrel on a reported rise in US fuel stocks shaved 0.66% off the S&P energy index
Wall Street Slips
Reuters Last Updated at January 18, 2018 23:28 IST