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Dow Jones fell for the fourth week in a row, which did not happen since 2016. The index ended at 0.38 percent at 25,764.0 on Friday.
21 of the 30 shares in the index ended, Dow Inc. fell by 4.1 percent and Caterpillar by 3.0 percent.
United Health today is the winner among 30, with a 1.9 percent increase.
The S & P 500 dropped 0.58 percent to 2,859.53.
Nasdaq dropped 1.04 percent to 7,816.28.
Tesla was defeated, falling 7.7 percent to $ 211.03, and the lowest since December 22, 2016.
An internal note that leaked, according to Marketwatch, indicated that the company might be left without cash in the next 10 months, despite the fact that the company in March received 920 million dollars of convertible loan. Thanks to the loan, the company came out from Q1 with $ 2.2 billion in cash, down 1.5 billion less than at the end of 2018.
Index VIX rose by 5.5 percent to 16.13.
Winners and losers
Oil prices fell and light oil fell 17 cents to $ 62.72. Brent fell 55 cents to $ 72.07.
Gold prices fell $ 8.6 to $ 1,277.6, while bitcoin fell by more than 15 percent, with over $ 8,300 on Thursday to $ 7,045 at the lowest level on May 17.
Long-term interest rates were slightly lower, and the interest rate for 10 years fell by 0.4 basis points to 2.396 percent. The 5-year interest rate dropped by 0.6 basis points to 2.18 percent, and the two-year rate to 2.0 basis points to 2.21 percent.