U.S. stock exchanges went down after a long rally

The leading U.S. stock indices closed Monday with a decline. Dow Jones lost 0.91%, S&P 500 lost 0.46%, NASDAQ lost 0.058%. The negative dynamics changed the long period of rise. The restraining factor was the information that the number of coronavirus infections in the U.S. reached a record value - last Saturday the daily rate rose to its highest level ever. The total number of diseases in the world, according to Johns Hopkins University, exceeds 62 million. In addition, cautiousness of the players inspires the political situation in the USA. The United States, where official election results have not yet been announced. It is estimated that the elected president is Joe Biden, whose financial policy is not that of the cabinet approved. He is now expected to be appointed - as it became known on Monday, the post of Minister of Finance may take the former head of the Federal Reserve Janet Yellen.