Although the number of confirmed cases in some countries continues to increase, the loose US monetary policy and strong corporate earnings growth still support the stock market. US stocks continued to rebound, the Dow once rose 308 points; oil prices bounced more than 4%, and New York oil futures regained the $70 mark. The Dow closed up 286 points to 34,798 points; the Nasdaq rose 133 points to 14,631 points; the standard index rose 35 points to 4358 points.
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Risk aversion eased, and the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield regained 1.2% to 1.293%. Gold prices were under pressure. New York’s August gold futures closed at $1,803.4, down 0.4%, and hit a new low in the past two weeks. The US Dollar Index reported 92.76, down 0.23%.
Coca-Cola’s quarterly results beat expectations, the full-year performance guidance was raised, and the stock price closed up 1.3%. Netflix user growth slowed further, dragging the stock price down 3.3%.
European stocks closed at a close to a full-day high on Wednesday. Travel stocks led the gains. Stoxx 600 closed up 1.65% to 453 points.
The US Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that Washington is likely to hit the debt ceiling in October or November, or the current debt default risk. If Congress does not extend the Treasury Department’s relevant exemptions to comply with the debt ceiling, or raise the debt ceiling, the Treasury Department is likely to be unable to pay due payments or certain benefits before October or November.
[23:17]The Dow rose 228 points and the Nasdaq rose 0.6%.
[21:57]The Dow rose 264 points and the Nasdaq rose 0.4%.
[21:31]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 162 points to 34674 points. The index rose 15 points to 4338 points. The Nasdaq rose 13 points, or 0.1%, to 14,511 points.
[20:30][US stock performance]Coca-Cola’s second-quarter high-performance revenue of US$10.1 billion raises its annual performance guidance
[19:29]Dow futures rose 107 points, and Nasdaq futures fell 0.2%.
[17:43]Dow futures rose 199 points, and Nasdaq futures rose 0.1%.
[12:52]Foreign News: Apple will not push 4G mobile phones next year and replace it with a cheap version of 5G iPhone SE to ban
[12:16]Dow futures rose 14 points to 34414 points; standard index futures fell less than 1 point to 4314 points; Nasdaq futures fell 0.1% to 14,703 points.
[11:30]Netflix only added 1.54 million paying subscribers last season, the slowest in recent years, “TikTok is regarded as a rival”
[08:13]United Airlines’ loss-making quarterly revenue for the sixth consecutive quarter increased by 2.7 times year-on-year
==The following July 20 (Tuesday) stock market ==
After the US stock market fell sharply on Monday, the afternoon market rebounded sharply on Tuesday. The economic recovery momentum was affected by the epidemic. The Reserve Bureau is expected to continue to be dovish. The Dow once expanded to 659 points, and banking and travel-related stocks generally rebounded. The Dow closed at 34511 points, up 549 points or 1.6%; the standard index closed at 4323 points, up 64 points or 1.5%; the Nasdaq closed at 14,498 points, up 223 points or 1.6%. Banking stocks led the gains, with Wells Fargo rising 4.2% and American Express rising 3.69%.
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The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield was once as low as 1.128%, and then returned to the 1.2% level. In addition, oil prices have rebounded. New York’s August oil futures closed at US$67.42, up 1.5%; Brent’s September oil futures closed at US$69.35, up 1.1%.
The market continues to pay attention to the latest developments in US infrastructure projects. Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer rejected the request of the Republican Party and did not postpone the voting time for the start of the cross-party infrastructure bill debate. He hoped that the Senate would express its willingness to promote infrastructure funding.
The United States announced the start of new housing construction in June, which increased to 1.643 million at an annual rate, exceeding the expected 1.59 million, an increase of 6.3% on a month-to-month basis. As for building permits, it increased by 1.598 million units annually, which was worse than expected and fell 5.1% month-on-month.
European stock markets rebounded, with British, French and German stocks rising 0.54%, 0.81% and 0.55% respectively.
[U.S. Economy]U.S. building permits in June fell 5.1% month-on-month weaker than expected
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[02:31]New York August crude oil futures closed up US$1.00, or 1.50%, to US$67.42. London Brent September crude oil futures closed up 0.73 US dollars, or 1.06%, to 69.35 US dollars.
[02:15]The Dow expanded to 623 points, or more than 1.8%, to 34,585 points; the Nasdaq rose more than 1.7% or 246 points to 14,521 points; the standard index rose nearly 1.6% to 4325 points; the U.S. exchange rate fluctuated repeatedly , The early stage of the company is upstairs 93, temporarily competing at the 93 side, reported 92.99, up 0.1%
[01:49]New York’s August gold futures closed up 0.1% to US$1811.40, after falling for two consecutive trading days.
[01:18]The Nasdaq rose more than 1.5% to 14,493 points; the standard index rose more than 1.6% to 4328 points; the Dow rose 571 points or 1.68% to 34533 points, temporarily the market has risen up to 659 points or 1.9% , Reached 34621 points; the US dollar strengthened, and the US dollar index rose by up to 0.3% to 93.17, and is now at 93.03
[01:16]The U.S. Federal Reserve has accepted US$848.1 billion in fixed-rate reverse repurchases
[23:40]The Dow maintained an increase of more than 500 points, temporarily up 512 points or 1.5% to 34474 points; the Nasdaq rose 173 points or 1.2%, the standard index rose 58 points or nearly 1.4%; oil prices rebounded, London Brent Oil futures returned to US$69, temporarily rising 0.8% to US$69.19, while New York oil futures rose more than 0.6% to US$66.85 temporarily
[23:27]The Dow rose 542 points, the Nasdaq rose 1.2%, and the index rose 1.4%.
[22:30]The Dow rose 495 points, the index rose more than 1%, and the Nasdaq rose 0.6%.
[22:08]The Dow rebounded 460 points, and the Nasdaq rose 0.3%.
[21:39]The Dow rose 160 points, and the Nasdaq fell.
[21:32]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 39 points to 34001 points. The index rose 4 points to 4262 points. The Nasdaq rose 11 points, or 0.1%, to 14,286 points.
[18:25]Dow futures rose 188 points, and Nasdaq futures rose nearly 0.5%. The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield was reported at 1.18%, continuing to fall. Bitcoin reported $29,603, down more than 5% in the day.
[16:45]Dow futures rebounded by 255 points, and Nasdaq futures rose 0.5%.
[12:18]Dow futures rose 30 points to 33,869 points; standard index futures rose 6 points to 4257 points; Nasdaq futures rose 51 points or nearly 0.4% to 14,592 points.
[12:00]China concept stocks suffer from regulatory risks this year, more than 60% of China concept stocks listed in the US have fallen below the offer price
[09:56]Microsoft’s hacking incident, Five Eyes Alliance, NATO Japan, identified as related to China
[08:11]IBM’s revenue rose 3% last quarter, the best stock price in three years rose more than 3% after the market
[07:30]Delta variant poison shakes confidence in recovery, New York oil futures fell 8.3%
==Following July 19 (Monday) Stock Market ==
The Delta new crown variant virus has a strong spread, and the UK has completely unblocked it. Instead, it has aggravated the market’s concern that the spread of the epidemic will drag the economic recovery. The risk aversion of funds has risen sharply. The British, French, and German stocks plummeted 2.3%, and the Dow index of the US stocks fell 946 points. , The decline narrowed at the end of the market. The Dow closed at 33962 points, down 725 points or 2.1%, the largest drop since October last year; the standard index closed at 4258 points, down 68 points or 1.6%; the Nasdaq closed at 14,274 points, down 152 points or 1.1%. The CBOE Volatility Index VIX, known as the “panic index”, has exceeded 30%.
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Boeing shares fell 4.9%, American Express fell 4.2%; large technology stocks Apple and Facebook fell 2.7% and 1.2%, respectively.
U.S. President Biden revealed that he recently indicated to Fed Chairman Powell that the Reserve Bank should take the necessary steps to support the strong and lasting recovery of the U.S. economy. Biden said that rising prices are only temporary, but Washington understands that the long-term high inflation environment will bring real challenges to the economy.
However, the epidemic worsened again, and investors’ confidence in economic recovery was shaken. New Zealand oil fell more than 7% to below $70.
The US 10-year bond yield fell below 1.2%, the first time since February this year, and was as low as 1.1739%. The US Dollar Index hit a 3-month high, rising 0.17% to 92.84. New York gold futures fell for two days, closing down 5.8 US dollars to 1809.2 US dollars.
In terms of economic data, the confidence of home builders in the United States fell to an 11-month low in July. According to data from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the housing market index fell to 80 in July, compared to market expectations of 82 and 81 in June.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will raise the warning level for travelers to the UK to the highest level 4.
Canada will open its borders to fully vaccinated U.S. tourists on August 9, and will extend the scope to all international tourists on September 7. U.S. officials stated that the U.S. has not yet responded to Canadian border regulations.
[US stock analysis]Motong Chief Global Market Strategist: Inflation trading will soon recover
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[US stocks focus]US stocks welcome peak performance this week, focusing on Netflix and Intel performance on Friday, July Markit manufacturing PMI announced
【02：32】New York September crude oil futures closed down 5.39 US dollars, or 7.51%, to 66.42 US dollars; London Brent September crude oil futures closed down 4.97 US dollars, or 6.75%, to 68.62 US dollars
[02:10]The Dow fell 903 points or 2.6% to 33784 points, which means the market fell 946 points or 2.7% to as low as 33741 points; the Nasdaq fell 202 points or 1.4% to 14224 points, which means the market fell 248 points. Points or 1.7%, to a low of 14178 points; the index fell 86 points or 2% to 4240 points, that is, the market fell 94 points or 2.17% to a low of 4233 points
Oil prices were under pressure. New York oil futures fell 7.6% to US$66.36; London Brent oil futures fell 6.7% to US$68.67.
[02:00]Zoom (US: ZM) fell 3.6%, and the company plans to acquire cloud software provider Five9 for approximately US$14.7 billion.
[01:55]New York’s August gold futures closed down 0.3%, falling for the second consecutive trading day, at 1,809.20 US dollars.
[01:33]The Dow maintained a decline of more than 900 points, temporarily down 930 points or 2.7% to 33,757 points, that is, the market fell 938 points to as low as 33748 points; the Nasdaq fell 228 points or 1.6% to 14,198 points; The index fell 81 points or 1.9% to 4246 points
[01:16]The U.S. Federal Reserve has accepted $865 billion in fixed-rate reverse repurchases
【01：05】Brent crude oil futures fell below 69 US dollars, that is, the market fell 6.5%.
[01: 00]Robinhood Markets, a brokerage firm, announced that it will open the US IPO roadshow to the public on July 24.
【00：41】The US anti-epidemic concept sector bucked the trend and rose. United Healthcare Products (AHPI.O) rose by more than 35%, Novavax Pharmaceuticals (NVAX) rose by more than 12%, Ocugen (OCGN) rose by more than 7%, Moderna (MRNA) rose by 7.3%, and BioNTech SE (BNTX.O) ) Rose 2.6%.
[00:41]U.S. stocks lost more than 900 points in the afternoon session. The Dow fell more than 900 points, temporarily down 920 points or 2.65% to 33767 points; the Nasdaq fell 210 points or 1.46% to 14216 points; the standard index fell 78 points or more 1.8%, 4248 points
[00:06]The Dow fell nearly 2.4%, temporarily down 830 points, to 33,857; the Nasdaq fell 167 points or 1.2% to 14,259 points; the standard index fell 63 points or more than 1.4%, to 4263 points; New York Oil Futures Fell more than 6% to US$67.49; London Brent oil futures fell 5.4% to US$69.61
[23:34]The Dow fell by more than 700 points, and the Nasdaq’s decline narrowed to 0.8%.
[22:37]The US 10-year bond yield was reported at 1.177%, which was the first time since February this year that it fell below 1.2%, a single-day drop of over 9%.
[22:16]The Dow fell 770 points.
[22:08]The Dow once fell more than 700 points, the latest fell 689 points, the Nasdaq fell 1.5%, and the index fell nearly 1.7%.
[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow fell 504 points to 34183 points. The index fell 54 points to 4272 points. The Nasdaq fell more than 1.2% to 14,251 points.
[20:07]Dow futures fell 474 points, and Nasdaq futures fell more than 0.8%.
[18:27]The British, French, and German stock markets fell more than 2%, and the Italian stocks fell nearly 3%.
[16:58]Dow futures inserted 352 points, and Nasdaq futures fell 0.4%.
[16:30]Dow futures fell 236 points to 34327 points; standard index futures fell 19 points to 4298 points; Nasdaq futures fell 19 points or 0.1% to 14,651 points.
[16:28]Zoom purchases cloud service provider Five9 at a valuation of US$14.7 billion to strengthen corporate customer service
[15:30]Futu female investors increased by more than 5 times year-on-year. Young women love US stocks and Tesla is the most popular
[12:20]Dow futures fell 164 points to 34400 points; standard index futures fell 15 points to 4302 points; Nasdaq futures fell 29 points or 0.2% to 14641 points.
[11:30]More than 300 billion yuan of Chinese-funded technology shares will be lifted in the next three months and a new round of selling will be induced?
[07:30]OPEC+ reaches production increase agreement, oil prices are expected to be under pressure
[07:30]Revealing the world’s only pure overseas Chinese-funded technology stock ETF, the US has attracted 5.2 billion in 4 days
[07:30]US stocks fell last Friday. The US retail sales data in June turned from falling to rising, but high inflation brought consumer pressure, and the final value of the University of Michigan consumer confidence index in July hit a 5-month low. Coupled with the rebound of the epidemic and the fear of renewed tensions in Sino-US relations, the US stock market’s decline has expanded. The Dow closed 299 points last Friday to 34,687; the Nasdaq fell 115 points to 14427; the standard index fell 32 points to 4327.
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