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The tech market of the U.S. has shed overall percentage during the talks regarding North America Free Trade Agreement.

The tech shares like Facebook, Netflix, Amazon, etc are continuously losing a bit, which directly resulted in the downfall of S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite as recorded yesterday.

The Nasdaq dropped down 0.2 percent and reached 7,995.17 due to massive falling in shares like Netflix, Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook while S&P 500 refused 0.3 percent due to gaining of 1.5 percent in tech shares afterward.

The falling down of tech shares has resulted after the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey and COO of Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg came in public before Congress to testify the meddling of elections on social media platforms and the regulations regarding the abuse stoppage on these platforms. This resulted in a drop down of 6.1 and 2.3 percent in the shares respectively. When these corporate issues got dragged to Congress, this step makes the market nervous, as chief strategist at SlateStone Wealth said.

The shares of Netflix shed 6.2 percent while Microsoft and Amazon dropped over 6.2 percent.

The investors are now looking forward to another round of talks between the two countries, Canada and the United States. Last Friday, the countries could not make any negotiations and looking forward to take a decision regarding the same in the next meeting this week.

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau has already made an announcement on Tuesday that the country is not going to bow down to certain proposals of the U.S.

Apart from the revolving tensions, the U.S. economy is still boosting against all odds that is making the rest of countries depressed. The other countries are worried due to imposing of the new tariff plans while investors are for worried due to the tension in share markets.