Global markets morning | European and American stock markets closed down, international oil prices rose more than 3%

2022-06-14 0 By

The three major U.S. stock indexes opened higher and lower on Friday.At the close, the Dow was down 1.43% at 34738.06;The Nasdaq fell 2.78% to 13,791.15;The S&P 500 fell 1.90 percent to 4,418.64.On the disk, the US stock large technology stocks under pressure lower, semiconductor plate heavy drop, Apple fell 2.02%, Amazon 3.59%, Netflix 3.68%, Google 3.13%, Meta(formerly Facebook) 3.74%, Microsoft 2.43%;Amd fell 10.01%, Nvidia 7.26% and NXP Semiconductor 6.18%.Bank shares fell across the board, with jpmorgan chase down 1.34%, Goldman Sachs down 2.05%, Citigroup down 0.1%, Morgan Stanley down 2.81%, Bank of America down 2.3% and Wells Fargo down 1.26%.U.S. energy stocks bucked the trend, with Exxon Mobil up 2.53%, Chevron up 2.1%, Conocophillips up 2.31%, Schlumberger up 3.68% and Occidental Petroleum up 5.63%.Most of the popular concept stocks fell, Sheng Ying Xin Management Consulting down 23.36%, Yibang Communications down 15.92%, Ding Dong Mai CAI down 13.24%, Puhui Fortune down 11.54%, micro loan network down 9.47%;In terms of gainers, 51JobEnglish rose 24.81%, Shihai Information 9.59%, Laundry Basket Technology 8.99%, Silvercorp Metals & Mining 7.10%, shang 5.93%.Chinese new-energy vehicle stocks fell across the board, with NiO Auto down 4.89%, Xiaopeng Automobile down 4.2% and Ideal Automobile down 4.19%.European markets: All three major European stock indexes fell On Friday (European time).The FTSE 100 Index closed at 7,661.02, down 11.38 points or 0.15 percent from the previous day.The CAC40 index in Paris closed at 7,011.60, down 89.95 points or 1.27 percent from the previous day.In Frankfurt, Germany, the DAX index closed at 15,425.12 points, down 65.32 points or 0.42 percent.Commodity markets: Oil prices rose sharply Friday, with New York crude futures for March delivery ending up $3.22, or 3.58%, at $93.10 a barrel.Brent crude for April delivery ended up $3.03, or 3.31 percent, at $94.44 a barrel.International gold prices rose. The most actively traded gold futures for April delivery rose 4.70 dollars, or 0.26 percent, to close at 1,842.1 dollars per ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange.The most actively traded gold contract for April delivery rose $4.70, or 0.26%, to settle at $1,842.1 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange.Dollar index: The DOLLAR index rose sharply on the 11th, rising 0.56% to 96.0860 against six major currencies by late trading in New York.Source: Du Chuang Finance Comprehensive review: Tan Lugang