‘The first one to go’: U.S. stock price index drops for second day in a row

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped another 6.7% for the week ending March 25, its lowest level since January and a sign that investors are starting to turn their attention to other sectors, including technology.

The Dow fell more than 2,000 points, or 0.5%, to 18,907.95 on Friday.

The Nasdaq also dropped 2,711 points, a 0.4% drop, to 4,732.14.

The S&P 500 also fell more, falling 0.1% to 1,927.50.

The S&am index, which measures the S&amps stocks, fell 1.3%, or 0,2%, to 2,086.10.

The Dow gained 1.9%.

The Nasdaq and the S-P index both dropped about 0.2%.

The S-p index is up almost 6% for a year-to-date gain of 9.4%.

The Dow is down about 1% in 2017.

The index is down more than 5% this year.

The index is also down about 3% since January.

In other markets, the Nasdaq gained 1%, the Semiconductor Index gained 1% and the Russell 2000 index increased 1.5%.

The FTSE closed down 1.7%.

The broader S&ams is down 3.3% this quarter.