Wall Street fell as a result of the sale on Friday, amid the United States going through the worst days of the outbreak, and the House of Representatives approval of the support package at $ 2 trillion.
The Dow Jones fell 4.06% or 915.39 points, the S&P 500 lost 3.37%, and the Nasdaq 100 fell 3.79%.
US President Donald Trump signed a $ 2 trillion facilitation package, after congressional approval. It is the largest stimulus package in US history, ensuring that the economy does not stagnate.
One of the most important elements of the package is the monetary incentives for businesses and people, amid this the number of injured exceeds 90,000 people, and in Italy it reached 87,000 people.
The aviation sector is in desperate need of help, remains under pressure, and shares of United Airlines and American Air Lines drop strongly. This is due to concerns that the companies do not receive the assistance they want from the package.
Energy and technology companies were among the biggest losers of the day, amid a liquidation case, due to concern about the continued spread of the virus.
As the war between Saudi Arabia and Russia deepened, energy company shares fell 7%, with a drop in oil prices.