The New York Stock Exchange continued with a downward trend on the second trading day of the week.
In closing, Dow Jones Index with 2.21 loss at 24,465.64 points and S & P 500 The index is 2,641.89 points, down 1.82 percent. Nasdaq Technology Index 1.70 percent fall to 6,908.82 points.
Analysts said the downward trend, which technology companies have a priority in US stocks, gained a second advance in oil prices on Tuesday.
At the close of the Berlin closing, Brent's crude oil dropped 6.8 percent, while crude oil from West Texas dropped 6.8 percent to $ 53.30.
Meanwhile, according to data released in the US during the day, housing starts to grow by 1.5 percent per month for a month to 1 million 228 thousand in October. Construction permits in October decreased by 0.6 percent to 1 million 263 thousand in the reported decline.