All the Dow’s stocks are falling, led by Salesforce and Walt Disney

All 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average component stocks are falling in Monday’s premarket, with Dow futures pointing toward a third-straight decline of more than 500 points as inflation fears continue to fuel the selloff. The Dow’s biggest percentage decliners ahead of the open are shares of Salesforce Inc. , down 3.6%, and Walt Disney Co. , down 3.2%. The biggest drags on the Dow, which is a price-weighted index, are shares of UnitedHealth Group Inc. , Home Depot Inc. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. , of which the combined implied price declines would shave a total of about 144 points off the Dow’s price. Dow futures were down 525 points, or 1.7%, which follows Dow drops of 880 points on Friday, 638 points on Thursday and 269 points on Wednesday.

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