Oriental Wealth Network on the 3rd, the US stocks ended three consecutive gains, the whole line closed down. The Dow fell more than 100 points and the Nasdaq fell more than 1%. This week, the S&P 500 index gained 2.41%, the Dow gained 2.35%, and the Nasdaq gained 2.65%. The S&P and the Nasdaq hit their biggest weekly gains since May, and the Dow hit its biggest weekly gain since June. Apple fell 6.6%, and the intraday market value once fell below the trillion dollar mark. The US non-agricultural data in October far exceeded expectations. US oil and oil both closed down. This week, US oil closed down 6.6%, and oil oil fell 6%.
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On the US East Friday, the S&P 500 closed down 17.31 points, or 0.63%, to 2,723.06 points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 109.91 points, or 0.43%, to 25270.83 points. The Nasdaq Composite Index closed down 77.06 points, or 1.04%, to 7365.99 points.
In terms of technology stocks, Apple closed down 6.63% to US$207.48, with a market capitalization of 1.00211389 trillion US dollars; Broadcom closed down 3.96%, Netflix closed down 2.61%, Intel closed down 2.3%, Spotify closed down 1.54%, and Nvidia closed down 1.46% , Google's parent company Alphabet closed down 1.33%, IBM closed down 0.99%, Twitter and Facebook closed down 0.92%, Qualcomm closed down 0.6%, NXP closed down 0.01%, Amazon closed flat, AMD closed up 0.05%. Microsoft closed up 0.23%, Micron Technology closed up 0.5%, and Tesla closed up 0.62%.
China's stock market Jingdong closed down 5.5%, iQiyi closed down 5.12%, Baidu closed down 3.37%, Alibaba closed down 2.42%, Weibo closed down 2.26%, Sina closed down 1.68%, Netease closed up 0.92%, Tiger teeth closed up 0.97%, and 哔哩哔哩 (B station) closed up 1.69%.
At the close, the European STOXX 50 index rose 0.3% on Friday (November 2); the German DAX 30 index closed up 0.44% to 11518.99 points. The French CAC 40 index closed up 0.32% to 5,021.13. The UK's FTSE 100 index closed down 0.29% at 7940.12 points.
At the close of the US East Friday, COMEX December gold futures closed down 0.4% at $1233.30 per ounce. As of 04:35, the US dollar index rose 0.1630% to 96.4734; the euro fell 0.0754% against the US dollar to 1.1392; the pound against the US dollar fell 0.1739% to 1.2970; the dollar against the yen rose 0.4900% to 112.2130; the dollar rose against the Canadian dollar 0.1391%, reported at 1.3102. The dollar fell 0.4709% against the renminbi at 6.8907.
On Friday, WTI December crude oil futures closed down 0.55 US dollars, down 0.86%, to 63.14 US dollars / barrel. Brent January crude oil futures closed down 0.06 US dollars, down 0.08%, to 72.83 US dollars / barrel. This week, US oil fell 6.6%, and oil fell 6%, and recorded a decline for the fourth consecutive week. In the previous period, the main contract of crude oil futures, SC1812, closed down 1.28% at 508.80 yuan on October 9 and rose to 597.00 yuan on October 9. The main contract of the crude oil futures on the first trading day (March 26) closed at night. Record the highest position.
According to data released by the US Department of Labor on Friday, the number of non-agricultural employment in the United States increased by 250,000 in October, which was better than expected. It is expected to increase by 200,000. The unemployment rate will remain at 3.7% in October, continuing the lowest level since December 1969. .
Offshore RMB against the US dollar quickly fell, short-term break below the 6.89 mark, is now reported at 6.8954, reversing more than 400 points. Earlier, the offshore RMB against the US dollar once rose above the 6.86 mark, up nearly 600 points.
Gold seems to confirm the bottom in October. In early October, the price continued to fluctuate in the vicinity of 1200. However, the global stock market crash on October 10 and 11 caused gold to soar, breaking through the consolidation range in one fell swoop, up to 1243. At present, gold has confirmed the bullish structure of the low point up and the high point up, and the upward callback seems imperative.
The latest report from Deutsche Bank pointed out that global assets have just experienced the dark October! Since the beginning of this year, 89% of the 38 major assets have recorded negative returns. In the case of a global stock market decline, the Brazilian stock market has become the biggest dark horse.
David Seif, director and economist at Point72, said in a panel discussion at the conference: "There is almost no gold in traditional asset management."
On Thursday (November 1), the GBP/USD continued to rise and rose to 1.2933. In addition to the news of Brexit, there is another reason may be the Bank of England's hawkish tone!
On Thursday, US local time, Apple issued a warning that sales in the first quarter of FY 2019 may be inferior to Wall Street expectations, its CEO Tim. Tim Cook attributed this to weak sales in emerging markets and increased foreign exchange costs. Apple's share price fell by 7%, and Apple's market value shrank by about $70 billion.
Hong Kong and US stocks are invested in the Eastern Fortune International Securities, and the operation of the Hong Kong-US market is synchronized.