Wall Street opens at a low point after disappointing economic data

Of the decision to decline U.S. stocks on Thursday after economic data was disappointing while tracking investors trade talks between the United States and China amid signs that the two states suffered some of the most complex issues in the war of their business.

Sources told Reuters that officials from Washington and Beijing put their six memorandums of understanding, adding that the two sides were pushing to reach an agreement by the first of March.

Acquired the stock this week in the hope of reaching a business decision, registering a rise since the beginning of the year, driven by the fourth-quarter earnings optimistic the Fed is pessimistic.

Said Rick Meckler, a partner in the company Cherry Lane investment in New Vernon in New Jersey: "I made a market waiting to reach effective agreement (with China), anything less is a disappointment".

Decreased new orders for capital goods major U.S. unexpectedly in December amid falling demand for machinery and primary metals, which refers to a further slowdown in business spending on equipment which can hinder economic growth.

Showed another group that the number of Americans who applied for unemployment benefits fell last week, but the four-week moving average rose to the highest level in one year, suggesting a slowdown in the labor market.

Index Philadelphia Fed business activity in the United States in the Mid-Atlantic in February to the weakest level since May 2016.

Said Robert Pavlik, chief investment strategist and chief portfolio manager in the safety of captured wealth in New York "figures in Philadelphia for the Society for industrial and durable goods are volatile, pointing to a slowing economy."

"In general, the economy is not as strong as it was in the summer of 2018."

At 8:53 am, the Dow e-mini photo 33 points or 0.13 percent. Index S & P 500 e-minis by 4.75 points, or 0.17 per cent, while the index Nasdaq 100 e-minis $ 10.75 points, or 0.15 per cent.

Shares fell Nike (NYSE: NKE) 1.4 percent after the injury, the basketball star emerging Xeon Williams when he set up his shoes Nike during the game.

Shares fell Johnson & Johnson (listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol: NYSE: JNJ) increased by 1.5 percent after the company said it had received subpoenas from the organization of the United States relating to litigation which involves the contamination alleged to asbestos in the powder production line of children.

Shares fell "Bunge Limited" 5.3 percent after it announced grain traders' global quarterly earnings lower than expected, affected its agriculture because of low soybean prices in Brazil.