NEW YORK (
) -- U.S. stocks finished Thursday in the red as the latest data stoked new fears about economic growth in
Dow Jones Industrial Average
fell 78.48 points, or 0.6%, to 13,046.14. The
dropped 10.11 points to 1,392.78 and the
lost 12 points to 3,063.32.
Breadth within the Dow was negative with 22 of the index's 30 components posting losses
The biggest percentage decliners among the blue chips were
Shares of Chevron fell 2.37% to $105.35.
gives Chevron an A grade with a buy rating and
Caterpillar shares declined 2.35% to $106.44. Caterpillar announced Wednesday that it's expanding an
in China. The company currently has 17 facilities in China with nine more under construction.
The construction company gets an A grade with a buy rating and a
Shares of Alcoa fell 2.53% to $10.01.
gives Alcoa a
and hold rating.
Other blue chips that dropped more than 1% Thursday included
Bank of America
, which fell 2.24% to $9.60;
, down 1.45% to $73.92;
, which lost 1.1% to $19.85;
, down 1.83% to $23.03; and
, which dropped 1.04% to $44.65.
No Dow component rose more than 0.5% on Thursday.
Written by Alexandra Zendrian in New York
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