Economy USA

U.S. markets open down

NEW YORK (Reuters) – On Friday U.S. stocks are traded down in early trading as investors remain skeptical about the chances of being voted the plan for the use of Barack Obama.

In early trade, the Dow Jones was down 147 points or 1.3%, to 11,146.64 points, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 was down 1.39% or 16.45 points to 1170 points and the Nasdaq composite drops 1.06% or 26.82 points to 2502 points.

On Thursday Barack Obama unveiled a plan to 447 billion dollars to revive the U.S. economy, supporting employment and increase their chances of reelection in 2012.

Values​​, McDonald’s lost 3.8% to 85.24 dollars after announcing lower than expected sales for the month of August.

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