Dow's Early Selloff Is Now Unanimous, And May Be Worse Than It Looks

By Tomi KilgoreMarketsMarketWatch Pulse

All 30 components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average are now losing ground in premarket trade Friday, with the sum of the declines implying a bigger selloff than the whole. The biggest percentage decliners are shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. , down 1.7%; J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.'s stock , which is shedding 1.6%; and Apple Inc. shares , which are losing 1.0%. Meanwhile, the premarket price declines of the Dow components are on track to shave about 137 points off the Dow, but Dow futures are down just 96 points. Among the biggest price decliners, Goldman's stock price decline of $4.36 is set to shave 29.9 points off the Dow's price, Apple's stock drop of $1.24 is set to knock 8.50 points off the Dow and JPMorgan's stock fall of $1.43 is set to take 9.8 points off the Dow.

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