Red End For Wall Street


U.S. financial markets finished the first week of Q4 2018 on a downbeat note, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 180.43 points, to 26,447.05. Nasdaq was off 91.06 points, to 7,788.45.

Media shares were mostly on the decline.

Viacom’s Class B shares fell 45 cents, to $32.60.

For Tribune Media, a 30-cent dip put shares at $37.92.

At former suitor Sinclair Broadcast Group, Friday’s trading saw a 21-cent dip to $28.53.

Of the biggest decliners, Nexstar Media Group experienced a $2.07-per share fall, to $79.45.

How did other media companies fare on Wall Street? For the answer, simply visit the Wall Street Report on the homepage of