: All 30 Dow stocks are falling, led by Boeing, Salesforce and Disney


Shares of all 30 components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -1.02% are trading lower in Friday’s premarket, as Dow futures YM00, -1.13% took a hit after strong consumer spending data worried investors the Federal Reserve could raise rates more and for longer. The Dow’s biggest decliner was Boeing Co.’s stock BA, -4.80%, which dropped 3.9% ahead of the open after The Wall Street Journal reported that aerospace giant halted deliveries of 787 Dreamliners because of a documentation issue. The other biggest Dow decliners were shares of Salesforce Inc. CRM, -1.17%, which shed 2.1%, and Walt Disney Co. DIS, -1.41%, which slid 2.0%. The Dow’s best performer was American Express Co.’s stock AXP, -0.51%, which slipped 0.1%. Dow futures dropped 3764points, or 1.1%.

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