NY After a roller coaster ride, US stock markets closed on Wednesday with price cuts. The Dow Jones index of standard stocks was down 1.8 percent at 33,296 points since trading. The technology-heavy Nasdaq fell 1.2 percent to 10,957 points. the broad S&P 500 lost 1.6 percent to 3,928 points.

Investors tried to interpret the latest US economic data. The decline in US industrial production fueled hopes that the US Federal Reserve. fed foot off the gas when the next interest rate decision is made, as well as new recession concerns.

Retailers on the other side of the Atlantic also had to deal with higher than expected sales losses before the turn of the year. The weakening of the December figures is due, among other things, to falling gasoline prices, said Helaba economist Ulrich Wortberg. But even without this component, they did not turn out particularly well.

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