Wall Street has gone uphill;  Green lock in Europe

Trading Review: Current Reports, Trends, Indices, Stocks, Bonds, Forex and Commodities and Analyst Recommendations


Wall Street has moved up slightly: NASDAQ is up 1.4%; S&P 500 is up half a percent and Dow is up 0.1%.

Technology stocks are leading the gains: Ali Baba Jumps by about 9%; Twitter Increases by about 3.3%; And stock H.P. (HP) increases by about 2.8%.

After a trading day marked by declines, the key dimensions in Europe closed with gains: Kak rose 0.12%; Dax rose 0.17%; Potsy rose 0.26%; Eurostock rose 0.44%.

Commodities: Crude oil rises by about 1.9%; Brent oil is down about 1.33% and gold is down 0.73%.

Crypto: Bitcoin is up 7.1% and Etherium is up 14.5%


After a red opening, Wall Street is moving to a mixed trend: Nasdaq has moved up about half a percent; the stable S&P 500 is down about half a percent.

The negative trend in Europe continues: Kak is down by about one percent; Dax is down about 1.2%; Potsy is down 0.6%.


Against the backdrop of difficulties in negotiations between Russia and Ukraine and after three days of price increases, trading on Wall Street opened with declines: the S&P 500 is down 0.3%; NASDAQ is down 0.5% and Dow is down 0.645%.

Declines in Europe are moderating: Kak is down 0.3%; Dax is down 0.4%; And Potsy is stable.

Commodities: Crude oil increases by about 1.6%; Brent oil is down 0.9% and gold is down 0.6%.

Crypto: Bitcoin up 2% and Etherium up 6%


Wall Street futures are down slightly, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq are down 0.75% and Dow is down 0.65%.

In Europe, the declines in leading indices are deepening. Kak and Dax are down 1.15%, Potsey is down 0.6%.

The Central Bank of Russia has left the interest rate at 20%.

Porsche reported that it expects 80% of its global sales to be electric vehicles by 2030, the company’s CEO Oliver Bloom told the media today. The company’s sales for 2021 increased by 4.4 billion euros from the previous year and stood at 33.1 billion euros. The company rose 27% compared to 2020 and stood at 5.3 billion euros, however, the company’s share is shed about 1% at this time.


Trading on the European stock exchanges opened down and is on a negative trend at the moment, Kak and Dax are both down 0.69% and Potsey sheds 0.33% of their value. The European Stokes 600 Index is down 0.24%.

Earlier, Asian stock markets closed in a mixed trend. Heng Seng erased 0.41% of its value after a volatile trading day, Shanghai advanced by 1.12% and Nikkei added 0.65% to its value.


Trading on Asian stock markets is on a mixed trend this morning, Heng Seng is down 1.8% while the Shanghai Composite Index is up 0.3% and the Nikkei is up 0.5%. The Chinese Shenzhen index is down 0.9%.

The Bank of Japan announced this morning that it would not change its interest rate. The bank’s interest rate announcement warned of “monetary uncertainty” and marked the war in Ukraine as a significant risk to growth.

US President Joe Biden is expected to speak with Chinese President Xi Jingping today, among the topics on the agenda: the Russian invasion of Ukraine and economic competition between China and the US.

The price of oil is soaring above 2% at this time.

Tenest shares are down 3.85% in Hong Kong.

Last night on Wall Street, the indices locked in green: the Dow Jones and S&P 500 climbed 1%, Nasdaq strengthened 1.3%.

By Editor

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