U.S. stock indicators at the end of yesterday’s trading showed a negative attitude.
the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.58 percent and was on the mark 25400,64 points. The value of the index of wide market S&P 500 lost 0.21% to 3029,73 points. The index of technology companies NASDAQ fell 0.46% to 9368,99 points, according to “Finam”.
Traders assessed the prospects for increasing tension in relations between the US and China over Hong Kong, as well as statistics on the us GDP and the labour market, says PRIME.
Leading stock indicators of countries in Western Europe closed yesterday in positive territory. The British FTSE 100 index rose by 1.21% to 6218,79 points, French CAC 40 — on 1,76% to 4771,39 points, the German DAX up 1.06% to 11781,13 item.
the Russian stock market finished Thursday in the green zone. Ruble Mosberg index rose 1.42% to 2779,98 points, the dollar index of RTS — on 2,44% to 1241,77 item.
it says the IAC senior analyst “Alpari” Anna Bodrov, yesterday the Russian stock market, was positive. “The external background promotes stabilization, so there is no reason for fear and depression. This situation allows you to ignore local drawdown of oil”, — stated in the review of the expert.
At the same time the chief analyst of PSB Bogdan Zvarich says that “sales of the Russian actions contributed to the situation in the energy market, where the nearest futures on Brent crude oil stayed below $ 35 per barrel”, but “support our market received from the Western areas”.
for its part, investment strategist “BKS the Prime Minister” Alexander Bakhtin indicates that “measures to support the major economies Central Banks give confidence to buyers, but a major obstacle for stronger growth in the current situation is the deteriorating relations between the US and China on the background of the intentions of Beijing to limit the autonomy of Hong Kong.”
overall, total analyst IK “VELES the Capital” Elena Kozhuhova, “mood on global markets on Thursday were dominated by optimistic”. “Oil prices have not shown a significant decline, despite another sharp increase in oil inventories. The market switches to the expectations of the OPEC meeting+ in June, which will decide the fate of the agreement to reduce oil production until the end of the year. Tensions between the US and China has limited the pressure on risky assets, the medium-term trend which is still bullish”, — the expert adds.
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