Dow's 332-point fall led by losses in shares of Pfizer, Goldman Sachs
Shares of Pfizer and Goldman Sachs are seeing declines Monday afternoon, leading the Dow Jones Industrial Average selloff. The Dow DJIA, -1.62% was most recently trading 332 points, or 1.3%, lower, as shares of Pfizer PFE, -4.06% and Goldman Sachs GS, -2.83% are contributing to the index's intraday decline. Pfizer's shares have dropped $1.35, or 3.7%, while those of Goldman Sachs are off $5.32, or 2.6%, combining for a roughly 45-point drag on the Dow. Other components contributing significantly to the decline include United Technologies UTX, -2.66%, Caterpillar CAT, -2.52%, and Walmart WMT, -2.09%. A $1 move in any of the Dow's 30 components results in a 6.78-point swing.