Trading Review: Current Reports, Trends, Indices, Stocks, Bonds, Forex and Commodities and Analyst Recommendations
Positive closing on European stock markets, Potsy rose 0.22%, Dax advanced 0.28% and Kak advanced slightly above the zero line.
A volatile trading day on Wall Street, the Dow Jones rose slightly above the zero line, the S&P 500 shed 0.11% and declines on the Nasdaq weakened and it is now losing 0.87% of its value.
Trading on Wall Street is moving in a negative direction, NASDAQ is down 1.13%, S&P 500 is losing 0.24% of its value and Dow Jones is down 0.12%.
Shares of Modern continue to fall, by 8.45% at this time. Microsoft loses 1.42% campaign, Salesforce drops 2.45% and Home Depot sheds 1.8%.
Shevron shares are up 1.5%.
Wall Street indices are moving in a mixed trend, with NASDAQ deleting 0.33% of its value, while the S&P 500 is adding 0.12% and the Dow Jones is up 0.22%.
The U.S. Existing Home Sales Index, which measures signed contracts for existing homes, fell 4.1 percent in February compared to the previous month. It was down 5.4 percent from the same period last year. Analysts had expected a slight rise, so this is the fourth consecutive month the index has fallen.
On the plus side of the indices, aviation stocks are rising. American Airlines is up more than 3%, Alaska Air is up 2.8% and United is up 2%.
The modern share falls by 5.5%, and the share of the processor company Seagate sheds 4.7%.
A positive opening on Wall Street, NASDAQ and the S&P 500 are up 0.2% and Dow Jones is advancing slightly above zero.
The price increases on European stock exchanges are increasing, Dax is up 0.83%, Kak is up 0.71% and Potsey is adding 0.17% to its value.
U.S. futures are rising slightly, up 0.3%.
Wall Street futures are stable, predicting a 0.05% to 0.1% increase in all indicators.
Europe moved up, with the DAX and CAC up 0.4%, and the Potsy up 0.08%.
Trading in Europe is now on a mixed trend, having started to decline: while the DAX and CAC are trading up 0.15%, the post is down 0.1%.
European stock markets opened on a steady trend with a negative trend: the British Potsy leads the declines with a decline of 0.3%, while the DAX and the CAC are trading down less than 0.1%.
The Hong Kong index closed down 2.4%.
The stock markets in China closed lower – the Shanghai index fell by 1.17%, and the Shenzhen index by 1.74%. Hong Kong stock markets continue to decline and fall by 2.8%.
European stock exchanges open late today according to Israeli time, since in Israel we switched to daylight saving time, while in Europe they have not yet moved.
While the Japanese stock exchanges closed slightly up 0.14%, the Chinese stock exchanges are down 0.9% to 1.8%, and Hong Kong is down 2.5%. Alibaba shares are down 5.9%.
Asian stock markets are trading downward: the Nikkei is down 0.15%, the Chinese stock exchanges are down 0.5% -0.95%, and the Hong Kong stock market is down 1.5%.
Trading on Wall Street ended last night with price increases. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 1% and the S & P500 was up 1.4%, while technology stocks provided the Nasdaq with a 1.9% upturn. In Europe, most stock markets closed with only minor changes.
Retail sales data in the UK and US home sales data will be released today. In addition, data on the business situation survey in Germany will be published. At noon, EU leaders are expected to meet with US President Joe Biden.