US stocks start trading lower

US stocks fell on Tuesday after strong gains yesterday, as the UK's uncertainty about exit from the European Union and after negative economic data.

There was uncertainty in the British community after the parliament failed to reach an option as an alternative to Prime Minister Teresa Mae's agreement with Brussels for an orderly exit from the bloc.

This comes as the European Union deadline draws to an end on April 12, raising speculation that London will emerge from the bloc without a deal.

US durable goods orders fell 1.6% in February, after data from industrial activity showed positive data yesterday, official data showed.

For its part, warned the International Monetary Fund of the negative repercussions will be caused by the trade war between the United States and China, which also affect the growth of the global economy.

In terms of trading, the Dow Jones fell by 0.3% (78 points) to 26,178 points, the Nasdaq fell 3 points to 7,825 points, while Standard & Less than 0.1% to 2865 points.


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