Eastern Fortune Network on the 9th, the European and American stock markets rose and fell, the Dow rose for four days. Technology stocks led the decline, and China stocks Ctrip fell more than 19%. Fed maintains benchmarkinterest rateUnchanged, the statement stated that the interest rate hike plan remains unchanged. The US dollar index was stronger, and the 2-year US Treasury yield hit a 10-year high. US oil fell for nine consecutive months, and oil fell nearly 2%. The price of gold closed slightly lower.
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On Thursday, the S&P 500 index fell 7.06 points, or 0.25%, to 2806.83 points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 10.92 points, or 0.04%, to 26,191.22 points. The Nasdaq index closed down 39.87 points, or 0.53%, to 7530.88 points.
In terms of technology stocks, Qualcomm closed down 8.16%, Spotify closed down 6.02%, Nvidia closed down 3.65%, Netflix and AMD closed down 2.93%, Facebook closed down 2.42%, Twitter closed down 2.31%, Google parent company Alphabet closed Down 1.23%, Micron fell 1.2%, Dropbox closed down 1.08%, NXP fell 0.97%, Apple closed down 0.35%, Microsoft closed down 0.19%, Amazon closed down 0.03%, IBM closed up 0.09%, Oracle It closed up 0.34%, Intel closed up 0.55%, Tesla closed up 0.93%, and Broadcom closed up 2.5%.
In terms of stocks, Ctrip closed down 19.02%, and the market closed down 6.95%. Jingdong closed down 6.94%, Weibo closed down 5.41%, iQiyi closed down 4.92%, and 哔哩哔哩 (B station) closed down 4.36. %, Baidu closed down 3.51%, Alibaba closed down 2.3%, Sina closed down 1.8%, Netease closed down 1.55%, Tiger tooth closed down 0.21%, and interesting headline closed up 0.51%.
At the close, the European STOXX 50 index fell 0.23% on Thursday (November 8); the German DAX 30 index closed down 0.45% to 11527.32 points. The French CAC 40 index closed down 0.13% to 5131.45. The UK's FTSE 100 index closed up 0.33% at 7140.68.
On the US East, the US dollar index was slightly higher on Thursday, running above the 96 mark. Gold fell slightly, and the US market dropped to a low of $1220.8 per ounce. At the close, COMEX December gold futures closed down 0.3% at $1225.10 an ounce. As of 05:29, the US dollar index rose 0.4824% to 96.6594; the euro fell 0.5853% against the US dollar to 1.1364; the pound against the US dollar fell 0.5042% to 1.3063; the US dollar against the yen rose 0.4942% to 114.0740; the US dollar against the Canadian dollar rose 0.3195%, reported at 1.3154. The dollar rose 0.2095% against the yuan to 6.9345.
On Thursday, WTI December crude oil futures closed down 1.00 US dollars, down 1.62%, to 60.67 US dollars / barrel, compared with the highest level since November 2014, which fell from 21% in November 2014. Brent January crude oil futures closed down 1.42 US dollars, down 1.97%, to 70.65 US dollars / barrel. In the previous period, the main contract of crude oil futures, SC1812, closed down 0.97% at 498.10 yuan. On October 9, it rose to 597.00 yuan, which was the closing day of the main contract since the first trading day of the crude oil futures (March 26). Record the highest position.
The United States Federal Reserve announced the maintenance of the federal funds at 3:00 am Beijing time on Friday (November 9)interest rateThe target range of 2.00%-2.25% is unchanged, which is in line with the market's general expectations.
Under the US policy of continuing to raise interest rates and strengthen the US dollar, the whole world is worried that the 2008 financial crisis will repeat itself. But the economic situation of countries is quite different from that of 10 years ago. At present, emerging market currencies are generally lower, what is the future trend? What are the specific risks? Which countries will be the risk explosion point?
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen spoke at the New Economy Forum in Singapore on Wednesday (November 7). Yellen warned that with the transfer of loan risk from banks to non-financial institutions, the United States may have difficulty coping with various issues.
Historically, a reserve currency will last for about 100 years, and the dollar has dominated for about 80 years, and the rest of the day is not much. In addition to the regularity of the cycle, these two factors and Trump's "willfulness" or accelerate the dollar to lose its dominant position.
In October, in the context of high risk aversion in the international market, gold and the US dollar continued to rise for the same month. The negative correlation between the two has increased significantly in the near future. Who will eventually go out first?
Although patent disputes with Apple and Huawei continue to affect Qualcomm's revenue and profits, in Q4 in 2018, Qualcomm spent as much as $21.1 billion on stock repurchases, raising its share price from $56 to $75. Qualcomm still holds $12.1 billion in cash flow. This move also shows that Qualcomm does not intend to compromise with the two terminal companies in the patent war.
On November 7, US West Time, Tesla's board of directors announced the appointment of Robyn Denholm as the new chairman, effective immediately.
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