NASDAQ: STX_Nasdaq is down more than 1% at $28.10.
The stock was last down 1.6% on Friday.
This is the first time that the Dow has dipped below its 52-week moving average.
China and the United States have been locked in a dispute over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea that has been a major issue for years.
While the Dow dropped 0.3% in China on Friday, it rose 1.1% in the U.S. In Europe, the FTSE 100 index gained 0.4%, the German DAX rose 0.7%, and the European Central Bank rose 0%.
On Wall Street, the Dow was last up 0.6%, while the S&P 500 index was last slightly down.
Here are the major stock indexes and the three major indexes for the week ending March 2.
AP: The stock market opened at a record high on Friday with the Dow reaching a record week high.
The Dow gained more than 6% to reach a record close of 2,091.7, setting a new all-time high for the Dow, according to FactSet.
The Nasdaq climbed 1.2%, while Facebook (FB) gained 2.2%.
The S&P 500 rose 1%, the Nasdaq fell 0.9% and the Dow lost 0.1%.
Here is a look at how the market performed on Thursday and Friday.
Wall Street opened on a record for the first week of March, according a FactSet FactSet tracking report.
The index is expected to reach record highs in coming weeks.
Trading volume for the three largest U.N.-sanctioned global markets, as well as the three biggest emerging market markets, were more than 3 trillion shares at market open, according FactSet, beating the previous record of 2.7 trillion shares.
Wall Street closed with a 3.2% gain, beating its record closing gain of 3.1%, set on Nov. 3, 2016.
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Nasdaq rose 0,4%, while S>, P>., the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) rose 1,4%.
Wall St. closed at 1,982.6.
Nascent stocks rose 1%.
In Asia, the Nikkei 225 rose 1% and Shanghai Composite index rose 0%.
The S.P. 500 closed up 0,1%, the Dow rose 0%, and Apple Inc. rose 0 percent.
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MarketWatch: Wall Street is back up and running after a rough few weeks.
The Nikkeilion is up 1.5%.
The Dow was up 1% while the Naskeilions rose 1 and 2%.
Kirill Kudryavtsev, chief investment strategist at J.P.’s Asset Management, said the stock market is now back to its previous high level after a dip in December.
“The bulls are going to come back stronger than before,” he said.
Kudryov said investors should be cautious about buying into stocks with higher levels of risk.
“They are still relatively cheap, and they are still priced at the downside.”
WallStreetInsider: Stock markets are back to record highs after a rocky few weeks on Wall Street.
Shares of the three main U.K.-based stock indexes jumped nearly 4% on Thursday.
The FTSX, the largest of the S and P 500s, rose 2%.
The Nikkelion rose 3.3%.
A strong start to the year is expected for the British economy, the Office for National Statistics said Friday.
The economy expanded by 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter of this year, according the ONS.