According to Reuters, the top markets on Wall Street went into decline after Goldman Sachs and Citigroup released underwhelming first quarter revenues. By the afternoon on April 15th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped over 86-points, bringing the index to 26,325. The Nasdaq Composite fell about half a percent for 37-points of losses, while the S&P 500 shed about 10-points. For the S&P, the banking index contributed the most to losses on the day, falling over 1-percent. On the day, Goldman Sachs shares fell over 3-percent, with Citigroup losing seven-tenths of a percent, while JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America dropped 1.5-percent each.

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