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All 30 Dow stocks falls after jobs data, led by big tech and American Express

All 30 Dow stocks falls after jobs data, led by big tech and American Express

The Dow Jones Industrial Average's selloff after the stronger-than-expected government jobs data was unanimous, as all 30 components fell in premarket trading. The declines were led by the index's technology components. Shares of Salesforce Inc. slid 2.4%, Microsoft Corp. and American Express Co. both lost 2.2%, Intel Corp. fell 2.1% and Apple Inc. gave up 1.8%. The best performer was UnitedHealth Group Inc.'s stock , which slipped just 0.1%. Meanwhile, Dow futures shed 400 points, or 1.2%.