A mixed trend on Wall Street;  JPMorgan and Citigroup come down after the reports

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The Dow Jones is currently down 0.5%, but the S&P 500 is fluctuating, and the Nasdaq is up 0.5%.


Red opening on Wall Street stock exchanges; With the opening of trading, the Dow Jones is down about 1%, the S&P 500 is up 0.6% and the Nasdaq is up 0.3%.

JPMorgan posted earnings and revenue that beat forecasts, but the stock is still down about 6%. Citigroup shares are down 3.5% after the bank exceeded revenue expectations, but showed a 26% drop in profits.

Wells Fargo rose more than 1% after the reports were published, following the publication of reports showing revenue that exceeded forecasts.


The declines in Europe are exacerbated when the DAX is down 1% .1, the Kak is down 1% and the Potsy is down 0.4%.

Meanwhile, on Wall Street, futures have turned red: the Dow Jones is down 0.56%, the S&P 500 is down 0.62% and the Nasdaq is down 0.8%.


The declines in Europe continue: the Dax and Kak are down 0.67%, and the Potsy is stable but still red, with a decline of 0.08%.

Meanwhile in the US, futures actually show a change in market fluctuations with moderate gains of 0.1% to 0.2% on Wall Street stock exchanges.


European stock markets opened lower: the DAX was down 0.7%, the Kak was up 0.8% and the Potsy was down 0.3%. In Russia, on the other hand, the markets are actually rising, and the index is soaring by 1.28%.

The Shanghai Composite closed down 0.96%. The Heng Seng Index closed down 0.19%.


The declines in Asia continue, and the Nikkei closed down 1.28%. The Shanghai Composite Index is down 1%, while the Shenzhen Index is up 0.27%.

Later in the day, U.S. retail sales data will be released.


Following the trend yesterday, Asian stock markets are painted bright red: the Nikkei in Tokyo is down about 1.4%. Heng Seng is down about 1%, led by Alibaba which is down 3.7% and JD which is down more than 4%. The Shanghai Stock Exchange is down at a similar rate.

Automotive and technology stocks are down. Softbank is down about 3%, Sony is down about 2%.

The South Korean cosplay is down 1.5%, and the Australian ASX 200 is down 1%, led by bank shares.

The Central Bank of South Korea has raised its interest rate to 1.25%, the highest since March 2020 to the rate it was before the outbreak of the plague.

China’s export data grew slightly more than expected in December, while imports grew less than forecast, according to customs data released today. Overall, in 2021, total exports increased by 29.9%, compared to an increase of 3.6% in 2020. Imports jumped by 30.1% in 2021, after a decrease of 1.1% in 2020.

Trading in US stock market indices is stable.

Wall Street stock markets closed sharply last night. The Nasdaq fell 2.5% after major technology stocks crashed and pulled down (the technology sector alone fell 2.6%). About 1.4%.

The 2021 reporting season opens today, with the publication of the results of some of the major banks.

In the crypto arena, Bitcoin is down slightly and is trading at around $ 42,768.

By Editor