[US stock futures]Dow futures rose 134 points, Nasdaq futures rose nearly 0.5% (continuously updated)-Hong Kong Economic Times-Real Time News Channel-Market Finance-Stock Market

The U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, but hinted that it would raise interest rates next year, and the Dow rose 338 points overnight. On Thursday, European stocks rose, while US stock futures continued to improve. The United States today will announce the number of people receiving unemployment benefits at the beginning of last week, and the initial PMI values ​​of the manufacturing and service industries in September.

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Market trend:

【19:01】It is rumored that China requires local governments to prepare for the potential bankruptcy of Evergrande, Dow futures rose less, and now rose 134 points, Nasdaq futures rose nearly 0.5%.

[16:40]European stock markets performed well, with German and French stocks rising more than 1%. The Dow futures rose 229 points, and the Nasdaq futures rose more than 0.6%.

[12:23]Dow futures rose 92 points to 34,350 points; standard index futures rose 9 points to 4,404 points; Nasdaq futures rose 22 points or nearly 0.2% to 15,198 points.

【09:15】The Fed keeps interest rates unchanged and expects to raise interest rates a little earlier without mentioning the timetable for debt reduction

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==Following September 22 (Wednesday) Stock Market ==

The U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, but hinted that it will raise interest rates next year, slightly earlier than expected. Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that if the economy continues to make progress, the gradual reduction in debt purchases may soon begin, and it will be completed around the middle of 2022.

See the closing of US stocks:

The three major U.S. stock indexes continued their rebound momentum. The Dow once soared more than 500 points. The gains in the end of the market narrowed slightly. The market closed up 338 points to 34258 points; the standard index rose 41 points to 4395 points; the Nasdaq rose 150 points to 14,896 points.

Powell said that if the economy makes progress as expected, the Reserve Bureau may take action at the next interest rate meeting (that is, in early November); but this requires a reasonably good employment report to meet the conditions for reducing QE.

The interest rate announcement implies that the pace of interest rate hikes will be slightly earlier than originally expected in 2023. Half of the 18 committee members expect to start raising interest rates next year.

Bitcoin once fell below US$40,000, the first time since the beginning of August, after being criticized by US regulators, it rebounded above US$43,000.

The House of Representatives, controlled by the Democrats, passed the suspension of the government’s debt ceiling until December 2022 to avoid a default crisis, but Republicans vowed to block the proposal in the Senate. The Senate will vote on the proposal later this week or early next week.

Market trend:

[02:13]The Dow rose 466 points, and the Nasdaq rose nearly 1.2%.

[23:04]The Dow rose 391 points, the Nasdaq rose more than 0.8%, and the index rose 1%.

[21:55]Facebook (US: FB) and Adobe (US: ADBE) fell nearly 4%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 208 points, the Nasdaq rose nearly 0.3%, and the benchmark index rose nearly 0.5%.

【20:30】[US stock focus]Adobe expects fourth-quarter revenue to increase by 19%, pre-market drop by more than 3%

[19:55]Dow futures rose 196 points, and Nasdaq futures rose 0.26%.

[18:20]European stock markets have expanded their gains. The Dow futures rose 207 points, and the Nasdaq futures rose more than 0.3%.

[16:20]European stocks rose in the early stage. German stocks rose 0.4%, French stocks rose 0.88%, and British stocks rose 0.9%.

[15:23]US stock futures performed well, with the Dow futures rising 0.6%, and the Nasdaq and Standard Index futures rising 0.4% to 0.5%.

[12:00]The Bank of Japan decided to maintain a large-scale quantitative allowance. According to comprehensive media reports, the Bank of Japan resolved to maintain a negative interest rate of -0.1% with an 8:1 vote. In addition, the 10-year Treasury bond yield rate remained at 0%, in line with market expectations.

==Following September 21 (Tuesday) Stock Market ==

The U.S. House of Representatives bill will suspend the debt ceiling until December 2022 after the midterm elections, and temporarily provide funds to the government to avoid closing the door at the end of this month; After soft. The Dow once rose by more than 300 points and turned down in the end. The Dow closed down 50 points to 33,919 points; the standard index fell 3 points to 4354 points; the Nasdaq rose 32 points to 14,746 points.

See the closing of US stocks:

Except for China Evergrande (03333)
In addition to worries about the debt crisis, the market focused on the Fed’s two-day interest rate meeting. The scale of the reverse repurchase tool implemented by the Reserve Bank reached US$1.24 trillion, a record high for three consecutive days, reflecting the serious excess liquidity in the financial system, and the need for the Reserve Bank to further buy debt to “release water” has declined.

The chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Gary Gensler, said that the US financial market is better than before the 2008 financial crisis, and it is better able to cope with the market shock caused by the failure of large companies.

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) lowered its forecast for global economic growth this year, believing that the uneven recovery momentum in various countries will drag down global economic growth, and inflation will remain high in the short term, but the Delta variant virus is not expected to have a serious impact on the economy .

Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives plan to vote on the infrastructure bill next week

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Market trend:

[02:33]New York October crude oil futures closed up 0.27 US dollars, or 0.38%, to 70.56 US dollars; London Brent November crude oil futures closed up 0.44 US dollars, or 0.6%, to 74.36 US dollars

[02:28]The Dow fell 44 points or 0.1% to 33925 points; the Nasdaq rose 26 points or 0.2%; the index rose 4 points

[01:43]New York December gold futures closed up 0.8%, at US$1778.20

[01:20]The Federal Reserve Board accepted $1.24 trillion in fixed-rate reverse repurchases, setting a record high for three consecutive trading days. 78 participants used a total of US$1.24 trillion, surpassing the historical record of US$1.224 trillion set on Monday and US$1.218 trillion last Friday. The overnight reverse repurchase agreement interest rate is 0.05%, which helps to temporarily reduce the reserve balance in the banking system.

[01:10]U.S. stocks’ gains narrowed, the Dow rose 98 points or 0.3%, the Nasdaq rose 65 points or 0.4%, and the standard index rose 11 points

[01:05]The U.S. Treasury Department auctioned US$24 billion in 20-year Treasury bonds with an interest rate of 1.795% and a bidding multiple of 2.36. The pre-issuance transaction interest rate is 1.797%, and the bidding multiple last month was 2.44

[00:32]The Dow rose 165 points or 0.5% to 34,135 points. Earlier, it bounced 343 points or 1% to the market high of 34313 points; the Nasdaq rose 88 points or 0.6% to 14,802 points; The index rose 24 points or more than 0.5% to 4382 points.

[23:39]The three major indexes have turned down. The Dow is now up 126 points and the Nasdaq is up nearly 0.7%.

[22:30]U.S. President Biden delivered a speech at the UN General Assembly, stating that the U.S. will once again provide double funding to deal with the climate crisis and is committed to providing dual assistance to developing countries. Biden said that the United States will seek to formulate new rules for global trade and economic growth in order to establish a level playing field.

[22:27]The Dow rose 95 points and the Nasdaq rose 0.2%.

[22:01]The Dow rose 219 points and the Nasdaq rose 0.5%.

[21:59]Bloomberg reported that the US House of Representatives bill will suspend the debt ceiling until December 16, 2022.

[21:51]The Dow rebounded by more than 300 points, and the Nasdaq rose nearly 0.9%.

[21:31]Uber (U.S.: UBER) rose by more than 7%, and the CEO expects passenger traffic to increase further.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 156 points to 34126 points. The benchmark index rose 23 points or 0.5% to 4381 points. The Nasdaq rose 86 points, or 0.6%, to 14,800 points.

[19:51]Dow futures rose 250 points, and Nasdaq futures rose nearly 0.7%.

[18:19]European stocks rebounded by more than 1%, German stocks rose 1.4%, French stocks rose 1.5%, and British stocks rose nearly 1.2%.

[18:18]Dow futures rose 334 points, and Nasdaq futures rose nearly 0.8%.

[16:26]Dow futures rose 329 points to 34,300 points; standard index futures rose 39 points to 4397 points; Nasdaq futures rose 134 points or 0.9% to 15,147 points.

【16:26】JP Morgan Chase Digital Retail Bank Chase enters the UK’s flagship debit card 1% cash rebate

【14:32】Guo Mingchi predicts that the iPhone will have three major selling points next year, the iPhone 14 Pro screen “bangs” may disappear

[12:20]The Fed will discuss interest rates for two consecutive days starting today.

[12:20]Dow futures rebounded 232 points to 34202 points; standard index futures rose 25 points to 4383 points; Nasdaq futures rose 82 points or 0.6% to 15094 points.

【08:25】Evergrande crisis + worries about closing water, Bitcoin fell more than 10% to the $40,000 level

【08:05】The SEC issued another warning on investing in U.S. listed Chinese concept stocks

==Following September 20 (Monday) Stock Market ==

Market worries about the tight liquidity of the Chinese real estate industry, the withdrawal of the easing policy by the U.S. Federal Reserve, and the slowdown in the global economic recovery. Risk aversion has risen sharply. The three major U.S. stock indexes continue to decline; The biggest decline in two months; the decline narrowed repeatedly before the market closed.

As the U.S. stock market closed, the top 20 transactions all fell:

The U.S. exchange rate rose on the eve of the interest rate negotiation, reflecting the market’s bet that the Reserve Bureau began to reduce debt purchases. The Dow closed down 614 points or 1.78% to 33,970 points; the benchmark index fell 75 points or 1.7% to 4357 points; the Nasdaq fell 330 points or 2.19% to 14,713 points. Apple and Amazon fell more than 2% and 3% respectively.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Monday that when necessary, the US government is prepared to deal with the risks of the crisis in the Chinese real estate market and the possible default of Evergrande; the US Treasury Department continues to monitor the global market, including assessing any risks facing the US economy.

The gloomy economic outlook pushed down oil prices. New York oil futures fell 2.3% to close at US$70.29; London Brent oil futures fell 1.9% to US$73.92.

The Reserve Bureau has discussed interest rates for two consecutive days today, and experts worry that the United States’ first interest rate hike will be advanced to next year. The “panic index” VIX once soared by more than 38% to 28.79. Morgan Stanley believes that it is increasingly likely that US stocks will plunge by more than 20%. Although this is the worst-case scenario, there is evidence that growth is weak and consumer confidence is declining.

The Fed’s use of reverse repurchase overnight unexpectedly climbed to a record high, reaching $1.224 trillion on Monday.

European stock markets fell across the board. Stoxx Europe 600 once fell 2.5%, the largest decline in nearly a year, closing down 1.7%; German and French stocks fell 2.3% and 1.7%. The cryptocurrency market also fell sharply. Bitcoin once fell as low as US$42,527, and Ether once fell as low as US$2,911, which is the first time since August 19 that it has fallen below the 3,000 mark.

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[One week ahead]Focus on whether the Fed will announce a “closed water” when discussing interest rates? Congress discusses the debt ceiling issue

Market trend:

[02:54]The Dow fell by 901 points or 2.6%, the Nasdaq fell by 480 points or 3.2%, and the standard index fell by 121 points or more than 2.7%

[02:42]The Russell 2000 Index fell 3.6%, the biggest drop in the market since March 23.

[02:36]The Dow’s decline intensified in the afternoon. The Dow fell 905 points or 2.6% to 33,679 points; the Nasdaq fell 3.2% to 14,555 points; the standard index fell 107 points or 2.4% to 4325 points

[02:31]New York October crude oil futures closed down 1.67 US dollars, or 2.32%, to 70.29 US dollars. London Brent’s November crude oil futures closed down 1.42 US dollars, or 1.88%, to 73.92 US dollars.

[02:18]US stocks maintained a decline of more than 800 points. The Dow fell by 843 points or 2.4% to 33,741 points; the Nasdaq fell 438 points or 2.9% to 14,605 ​​points; the benchmark index fell 97 points or 2.2% to 4335 points

[01:57]New York December gold futures closed up 0.7% to US$1,763.80

[01:23]The Federal Reserve Board accepted US$1.224 trillion in fixed-rate reverse repurchase, setting a record high for two consecutive trading days

[01:12]The Dow fell 816 points or 2.4% to 33768 points; the Nasdaq fell 426 points or 2.8% to 14617 points; the standard index fell 94 points or 2.1% to 4338 points

[01:05]U.S. 10-year bond yield fell below 1.3% to 1.2938%, down more than 6.7 points

[01:01]The panic index VIX rose 30% to 27.06, the highest since May 13

[00:28]The Dow fell 712 points or 2.1% to 33872 points, the Nasdaq fell 388 points or 2.6% to 14,655 points; the standard index fell 90 points or more than 2% to 4342 points

[00:15]The decline of US stocks intensified. The Dow fell by 671 points or 1.9% to 33,913 points. Earlier, the market fell by 696 points or 2% to as low as 33888 points; the Nasdaq also fell by 392 points or 2.6%. , Reported 14651 points, that is, the market fell 404 points or 2.7% to a low of 14639 points; the benchmark index fell 86 points or more than 1.9% to 4346 points.

Apple’s and Amazon’s share prices have expanded their declines, temporarily dropping 2.4% and 3.3%.

[22:33]Large technology and internet stocks plunged. Apple (US: AAPL), Amazon (US: AMZN), Google (US: GOOG), and Facebook (US: FB) all fell more than 2%.

[21:34]China’s concept stocks have fallen again, Ali (US: BABA) and JD (US: JD) have fallen more than 4%, Weilai (US: NIO) has fallen nearly 5%, Xiaopeng (US: XPEV), Pin Duoduo (US: PDD) fell more than 5%.

[21:30]The Dow fell 473 points, the Nasdaq fell 1.5%, and the index fell 1.4%.

[18:51]Dow futures fell 542 points, Nasdaq futures fell 1%, and standard index futures fell 1.3%.

[17:40]The cryptocurrency market plummeted, with Bitcoin falling more than 5% to $44,999. Ether fell nearly 6% to $3,151.

[17:36]Dow futures fell to 548 points, Nasdaq futures fell 167 points or 1.1%, and standard index futures fell 57 points or 1.3%.

[17:35]European stock markets plummeted, German and French stocks fell more than 2%, and British stocks fell 1.6%.

[16:22]US stock futures fell further. Dow futures fell 457 points to 34,127 points; standard index futures fell 52 points to 4380 points; Nasdaq futures fell 159 points or 1% to 15,174 points.

[12:14]Dow futures fell 320 points to 34264 points; standard index futures fell 34 points to 4398 points; Nasdaq futures fell 86 points or 0.6% to 15,246 points.

【07:30】No surprises on the iPhone 13?Apple is rumored to be developing two folding phones

[07:30]Market worries the Fed announced this week’s interest rate meeting to announce the “closed water”, the Delta variant virus and the threat of inflation. Coupled with the lower than expected consumer confidence, the Dow fell 166 points to 34,584 points last Friday; Fell 0.9% to 4432 points; the Nasdaq fell 0.9% to 15043 points.

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