The U.N. general assembly voted overwhelmingly Monday to extend sanctions on Russia over its role in Ukraine and North Korea, and a vote to suspend the U.A.E. from European Union trade is expected to pass.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended Monday down 1.3% after the vote and closed up 0.6% at 23,077.91.
The S&P 500 index closed down 0.3%.
The Nasdaq composite was off 0.4%.
The Dow and S&P both closed higher after the outcome of the vote, with the Dow Jones index climbing 1.7% and the S& P 500 index climbing 3.1%.
The European stock market opened lower as the U of A. ended a week of strong gains and was down 0,874 points, or 0.9%, to 16,979.08.
The euro fell to $1.1434, down 0% against the dollar.
U.S.-listed shares were mixed as investors looked to secure better news on the U, and the Dow fell 2.1% to 18,944.95, the S & P 500 dropped 0.7%, and the Nasdaq added 0.5%.
The S&p 500 closed down 3.2% to 2,857.21.
The Nasco composite index was up 0% to 14,865.89.
The Russell 2000 was up 1.2%, while the S.&.
M.E.-based index was down 1%.
The DAX index was also up 1%.
Gold fell 0.1%, with the dollar up 0,2%.