global markets-tech losses sink wall st, oil falls on u.s. production fears - sink wall

by:KEDIBO     2019-07-10
global markets-tech losses sink wall st, oil falls on u.s. production fears  -  sink wall
* Oil, U. S.
After a volatile morning, the stock market fell in the afternoon. Facebook, Alphabet and Microsoft are the biggest losers. S.
New York's March 13 CPI data is in line with Nick Brown's forecast (Reuters)-U. S.
European stocks fell on Tuesday as investors reacted to U. S. stocks. S.
S. President Donald Trump has ousted Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, following dollar and crude oil prices.
The loss in tech stocks drove US stocks down. S.
While oil prices rose, the stock market
Recently, with the rise of stocks,
Down as high as 1.
8% before recovering some land, was hurt by concerns about U. S. economic growthS. production.
On Tuesday, Trump had a series of open rifts in his policies against North Korea, Russia and Iran, and replaced his chief diplomat with loyal CIA Director Mike Pompeii.
This move led to morning volatility across the asset class, but the market showed a clear red trend by noon. U. S. crude fell 1.
$ 35% to $60.
At $53 a barrel, the price of Brent crude finally reached $64. 40, down 0.
85% that day.
Investors initially saw Tillerson's dismissal as a signal of a possible breakdown of Iran's nuclear program agreement, which could lead to a reduction in Iran's oil production and thus support oil prices.
Concerns about US economic growthS.
Production received more attention later in the day.
"There is nothing to stop us and OPEC's frustration will grow," said Philip stryble, senior market strategist at Chicago RJO Futures, refers to efforts by major producers to curb production since last year. U. S.
Last week's data showed U. S. oil production had hit record levels. S.
Production rose further, more than 10.
3 million barrels per day.
Wall Street fell in the afternoon after falling in the morning.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 178. 64 points, or 0.
71% to 24,999.
The S & P 500 index fell 19. 81 points, or 0.
71% to 2,763.
The Nasdaq composite index fell 82. 96 points, or 1.
09% to 7,505. 36.
This slide was driven by huge losses in the tech industry, with shares of Microsoft, Facebook and Alphabet down more than 1%, with the S & P 500 and Nasdaq down the most.
After the US stock market rose, the stock market opened higher. S.
The Labor Department reported a zero rise in consumer prices.
February 2%, in line with the expectations of economists
Data show that the Fed is still expected to gradually raise interest rates this year.
But Ken Polcari said: "Washington has made a lot of noise about all these changes, causing the market to really not pay attention," said director of the New York Stock Exchange division of O'Neill Securities, New York.
European stocks fell across the board. The pan-
Europe's FTSEurofirst 300 index fell by 1.
The global stock index of 00% and MSCI fell by 0. 45 percent.
Emerging market stocks rose 0. 03 percent.
The dollar index, which measures the dollar against a basket of currencies, fell by 0.
2%, up 0 with the euro.
Between $ 48% and $1. 2391. In U. S.
Benchmark 10-Treasury bonds
Bond prices rose 9/32 last year to yield 2.
8389%, from 2.
Monday night 87%
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