[US stocks closed]Apple’s blue chip surged 7%, driving the Dow up 564 points and the Nasdaq jumping more than 3% – Hong Kong Economic Times – Instant News Channel – Instant Finance – Stock Market

The U.S. core personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index, regarded by the Federal Reserve as an inflation indicator, hit a nearly 40-year high, and the Dow fell more than 350 points in the early session; however, Apple’s (US: AAPL) performance spurred its stock price to soar 7%, driving technology Stocks rose, the Nasdaq jumped 3.1%, and the Dow rose more than 560 points.

That is, the US stock market closes:

The Dow closed up 564 points, or 1.65%, at 34,725 points; the Nasdaq rose 417 points to 13,770 points; the benchmark index rose 105 points, or 2.43%, to 4,431 points.

Bank of America economists said on Friday that in response to high inflation, the Federal Reserve may raise interest rates every time it meets in March and beyond. It is expected that there will be seven interest rate hikes of 0.25% this year. Interest rates will rise to 2.75% to 3%.

Apple’s profit and revenue hit record highs again last quarter. The group expects chip supply to improve in this quarter. It is expected that quarterly revenue will still grow steadily year-on-year, and its stock price closed 7% higher. Visa’s quarterly results beat expectations, and its shares rose 10.6%. Tesla (Tesla) rebounded 2%.

The US dollar continued to be strong, and the price of gold fell. Gold futures in New York closed down $8.4, or 0.5%, at $1,786.6, the lowest level since mid-December last year; they fell 2.5% this week.

The US December PCE price index rose 5.8% year-on-year, in line with expectations, and the previous value was 5.7%, up 0.4% month-on-month, in line with expectations, and the previous value was 0.6%. In December, the core PCE price index rose 4.9% year-on-year, higher than the expected 4.8%, and the previous value was 4.7%, and it rose 0.5% month-on-month, in line with expectations, and the previous value was 0.5%.

Bloomberg, citing sources, said White House officials held briefings with a number of Wall Street banks including Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America on possible sanctions against Russia.

[U.S. rate hikes]Bank of America sees seven rate hikes by the Fed this year to weigh on the economy in 2023

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Key news:

[AAPL performance]Apple’s revenue increased by 11% in the last quarter to a new high

[US Business Results]Robinhood’s active users fell, revenue guidance fell short of expectations, the stock price fell 12% after the market

[Visa results]Visa’s revenue rose 24% in the last quarter, beating expectations

[US Corporate Performance]Mastercard’s last quarter results beat expectations

Current market trend:

[02:30]Technology stocks led the market, the Nasdaq jumped 204 points or 1.5%; the Dow rose 150 points or 0.4%; the SSI rose more than 1%.

[02:22]Affirm Holdings (US: AFRM) continued to expand, rising 13%.

[02:08]The Central Bank of Colombia raised the benchmark interest rate by 100 basis points to 4%, higher than market expectations.

[01:53]Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that Tesla will support the full self-driving (FSD) license of other (car) manufacturers.

[01:33]The United Nations Security Council will meet on Monday on the Ukraine crisis, a senior U.S. government official said.

[00:57]The Nasdaq rose to 2%

[00:40]The three major U.S. stock indexes stopped falling, the Nasdaq jumped 211 points or 1.6%; the Dow rose 129 points or 0.4%; the SSI rose 0.8%.

[00:33]According to market news: The United States may prohibit the transaction of new Russian sovereign debt over the Ukraine issue.

[00:31]The German DAX 30 initially closed down 1.43% at 15302 points.
The French stock index initially closed down 0.87%, the British stock index initially fell 1.33%, and the Italian stock index initially fell 1.23%.

【00:31】European stocks fell about 1.9% this week

The FTSE Pan-European Blue Chip 300 Index initially closed down 1.10% at 1817 points, down about 1.69% this week.
The European STOXX 600 index initially closed down 1.20% at 464 points, down about 1.91% this week.
The euro zone STOXX 50 index initially closed down 1.21% at 4134 points, down about 2.23% this week.

[00:30]The rise of Robinhood (US: HOOD), a US commission-free online brokerage, continued to expand to more than 5%, after the stock price fell more than 14% before.

[00:18]Bank of America: The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates 7 times this year, putting pressure on the economy in 2023

Economists at Bank of America expect the Fed to raise interest rates in March and subsequent meetings in response to high inflation.

Economist Ethan Harris wrote in a note to clients on Friday that seven 25-basis-point rate hikes are now expected this year, with the federal funds rate peaking at 2.75% to 3%. The economy has a lagging impact, weighing on growth in 2023.

[00:13]New energy stocks rebounded, Tesla (US: TSLA.O) rose 2.4%, Li Auto (US: LI) rose 2.54%, and Nikola (US: NKLA) rose 3.66%.

[22:33]The Dow fell 206 points to 33953 points, the Nasdaq fell 0.03%, and the SSI fell 13 points.

[22:30]The Dow opened 10 points higher at 34,171 points, the Nasdaq rose 0.7% to 13,447 points, and the SSI rose 9 points to 4,336 points. Apple rose more than 3 percent to $164.49.

[17:45]Dow futures edged up 12 points, Nasdaq futures rose 0.7%, and SSI futures rose 8 points. European stocks were weaker, with German stocks down 1.6%, British stocks down 1.1% and French stocks down 1.4%. Apple rose more than 4 percent in premarket trading.

[12:36]Dow futures rose 144 points to 34305 points; SSI futures rose 22 points to 4349 points; Nasdaq futures rose 135 points or nearly 1% to 14138 points.

【11:23】[LV parent company]LVMH’s sales of 64.2 billion euros last year reached a new high

【10:03】[AAPL]Apple Cook: Inflationary pressures are rising, do not rule out the possibility of product price increases

==Following January 27 (Thursday) stock market==

U.S. economic growth beat expectations last quarter as markets continued to assess comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that he plans to raise interest rates multiple times this year. U.S. stocks rose first and then fell, the Dow lost more than 600 points of gains, and the Nasdaq fell 1.4%.

That is, the US stock market closes:

The Dow once fell 605 points, and the mid-section fell from its high level. It closed down 7 points to 34,160 points; the SSI fell 23 points to 4,326 points; the Nasdaq fell 189 points to 13,352 points.

Interest rate futures show that the market believes that the probability of a U.S. interest rate hike in March is 100%. By the end of the year, the federal funds rate will rise from the current 0.25% to 1.5%, which means that interest rates are expected to be raised five times throughout the year. The news supports the US exchange to hit a half-year high.

The dollar index reached as high as 97.299, up 0.8%. Gold prices fell for the second day in a row, falling below the $1,800 level. New York February gold futures closed down 2% at $1,792.

Oil prices rose first and then fell, with New York oil futures as high as $88.54, before closing down 0.85% at $86.61. Brent crude futures fell 62 cents to $89.34.

Geopolitics is still in the market’s attention. The White House announced that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will meet with US President Biden at the White House on February 7 to discuss the Ukraine crisis. The leaders of the two countries will discuss how to work together to resolve the crisis in Ukraine diplomatically, while discussing a range of issues of mutual concern, including ending the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing the threat of climate change, advancing economic equity, and international security.

U.S. economic growth beat expectations last quarter as markets continued to assess comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that he plans to raise interest rates multiple times this year. U.S. stocks rose first and then fell, with the Dow losing more than 600 points of gains and the Nasdaq down 1.4%.

The Dow once fell 605 points, and the mid-section fell from its high level. It closed down 7 points to 34,160 points; the SSI fell 23 points to 4,326 points; the Nasdaq fell 189 points to 13,352 points. Tesla’s profit was higher than expected, but its performance guidance was cautious due to the consideration of microchip supply chain obstacles, confirming that no new models will be launched this year, and its shares fell more than 11.4%. Netflix gained 7.5 percent after being picked up by hedge fund managers.

Interest rate futures show that the market believes that the probability of a U.S. interest rate hike in March is 100%. By the end of the year, the federal funds rate will rise from the current 0.25% to 1.5%, which means that interest rates are expected to be raised five times throughout the year. The news supports the US exchange to hit a half-year high.
The dollar index reached as high as 97.299, up 0.8%. Gold prices fell for the second day in a row, falling below the $1,800 level. New York February gold futures closed down 2% at $1,792.

Oil prices rose first and then fell, with New York oil futures as high as $88.54, before closing down 0.85% at $86.61. Brent crude futures fell 62 cents to $89.34.

Geopolitics is still in the market’s attention. The White House announced that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will meet with US President Biden at the White House on February 7 to discuss the Ukraine crisis.

Major European stock indexes closed up, with Germany’s DAX up 0.42%, France’s CAC40 up 0.6%, Britain’s FTSE 100 up 1.13%, and Italy’s FTSE MIB up 0.99%.

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Key news:

[Reserve rate meeting]The Fed’s March rate hike is a foregone conclusion

[Reservation Bureau discussing interest rates]One article to see the key analysis of the interest rate discussion statement: don’t be too pessimistic in the market outlook

[US Corporate Results]Tesla’s fourth-quarter results beat expectations

[INTC results]Intel’s results beat expectations, but the stock still fell 2% after the market

Current market trend:

[02:20]The three major US stock indexes fell together. The Nasdaq fell to 140 points or more than 1%, at 13401 points; the Dow fell 37 points or 0.1%; the benchmark index fell 6 points or more than 0.1%.

【02:15】European bond markets: German bonds pared losses, Italian bonds rose;
German Bunds pared losses, with the curve flattening after the middle, and long-term bonds outperforming as U.S. Treasuries rose and money markets downgraded tightening bets.

German 10-year bond yields rose to a one-week high earlier as the Federal Reserve moved forward its forecast for a 10 basis point rate hike from the European Central Bank to September after a hawkish signal from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday.

The bull market in Italian bonds flattened, erasing opening losses; stocks rose despite the fifth day of presidential votes, pushing back bets on a 10-basis-point ECB rate hike until October.

British government bonds narrowed the bear market trend, and the money market bet that the Bank of England would raise interest rates to 1% in June; it was once priced to raise interest rates by 25 basis points at a meeting next week.

[02:13]Fitch: No major bankruptcy filings in the U.S. auto industry in 2021, a trend expected to continue into 2022 as industry default rates are expected to be low

[01:25]The benchmark index turned down, the Nasdaq fell to 0.5%, the semiconductor index fell by more than 4%, and Tesla maintained a decline of more than 8%.

[01:25]The Nasdaq fell 21 points or 0.16% to 13520 points; the Dow rose 254 points or 0.7%; the SSI rose 37 points or more than 0.8%.

[01:18]The Nasdaq gave up more than 1.5% gains in the early part and turned down, Lucid fell more than 10%, Tesla fell about 8%, Ram Research fell more than 7%, JD.com and Intel fell more than 6.4%, Netflix Still up more than 7.5%.

[00:25]COMEX gold futures fell 2% to $1,792.2.

[23:58]The decline of new energy vehicle stocks in the US stock market expanded. Tesla once fell by more than 8%, Xiaopeng Motors fell by more than 6%, Weilai Motors fell by 5%, and Li Auto fell by more than 3%.

[23:54]Spot silver fell 4%, refreshing the low since January 11 to $22.591

[23:50]New York crude oil recently broke through last week’s high and rose above $88, a 7-year high. Afterwards, there was profit-taking and fell back to around $86.50, but oil prices maintained a good momentum in this week’s gains. Positive risk appetite, ongoing geopolitics, OPEC+ supply concerns are ongoing sources of support that could limit the downside.

[23:41]Zhonggai Education stocks continued to fall. TAL (US: TAL) fell by 10%, Gaotu (US: GOTU) fell by more than 10%, and NetEase Youdao (US: DAO) fell by nearly 5%.

[23:00]The Dow rose 504 points, the Nasdaq rose 1.3%, and the SSI rose 1.5%. Salesforce (US: CRM) and Microsoft (US: MSFT) rose 4.7% and 3.2%, respectively.

[22:30]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 280 points, the Nasdaq rose 1.2%, and the SSI rose 1%.

[21:44]The Ukrainian crisis cooled, Dow futures rose 74 points

[20:30]Dow futures fell 55 points, Nasdaq futures rose 0.3%.

[17:43]Dow futures fell 36 points, Nasdaq futures rose 10 points.

[12:36]Dow futures fell 394 points to 33773 points; benchmark futures fell 59 points to 4290 points; Nasdaq futures fell 222 points or 1.6% to 13950 points.

【10:52】SEC plans to tighten disclosure requirements for private equity and hedge funds to improve ability to assess systemic risk

【10:49】Morgan Asset Management: March rate hike will hardly prevent more volatility in the stock market this year, value stocks to outperform

【10:07】[U.S. balance sheet shrinking]The Fed cuts bond purchases in March and ends Powell: There are upside risks to inflation, and the shrinking of the balance sheet is “expected”

==Following January 26 (Wednesday) stock market==

The Fed hinted at raising interest rates in March after meeting interest rates. Chairman Powell indicated that there is a lot of room for interest rate hikes, and the possibility of raising interest rates at every meeting is not ruled out. U.S. stocks fell in response, the Dow lost more than 500 points of gains, and once fell 421 points.

That is, the US stock market closes:

U.S. stocks repeat the roller coaster trend. After the announcement of the interest rate meeting, the Dow once rose 517 points; but during Powell’s speech, the Dow turned sharply down, and the Dow closed down 129 points to 34,168 points; the benchmark index fell 6 points to 4,349 points; the Nasdaq once rose At 463 points, the market closed back to its original shape, only up 2 points, and reported 13542 points.

Microsoft (US: MSFT) performance and guidance were better than expected, and the stock price rose 2.85%; Tesla (Tesla) CEO Elon Musk announced that he would attend an analyst meeting, and the stock price rose 2%.

The dollar index rose 0.59% to 96.51; the US 10-year bond yield rose sharply to 1.865%; the spot gold price fell 1.65% to $1,817.4.

New York oil futures rose 2% to close at $87.35; Brent oil futures reached as high as $90.47 and closed at $89.96, up 2%. Foreign sources quoted sources as saying that OPEC+ representatives may maintain the original plan and approve another modest increase in production by 400,000 barrels per day next week to meet the rebound in oil demand.

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Key news:

[US Stock Focus]Mattel’s re-licensing of Disney’s Princess series toys is expected to push “Frozen” Elsa Princess toys up 8% in pre-market

[US stock performance]Boeing’s loss in last quarter halved, sees first positive cash flow in 2 years

[US stock results]AT&T turns loss last quarter, revenue beats expectations, Warner music and streaming platform HBO Max record strong growth

[International oil prices]OPEC+ expected to maintain production increase plan next month, oil prices hit 7-year highs

[MSFT results]Microsoft earned 21% more last quarter, revenue guidance beat expectations

Current market trend:

【03:09】NY Fed: For agency MBS, net additional purchases will end in early March, but monthly purchase plans will continue to be announced.

[03:08]U.S. large technology stocks rose, Nvidia and Tesla rose more than 7%, and Microsoft rose more than 6%.

[03:08]The US 10-year bond yield exceeded 1.8%, reaching as high as 1.81%.

【03:07】New York Fed: No monthly asset purchase plan will be announced after mid-February, purchases will end in early March.

[03:06]After the Reserve Board announced the results of the interest rate meeting, the short-term fluctuation of spot gold reached 8 US dollars, and the lowest was 1824.6 US dollars.

[03:00]The US Federal Reserve ended its two-day interest rate meeting, suggesting that it will raise interest rates in March. After raising interest rates several times, it started to shrink its balance sheet. The interest rate will remain unchanged at 0% to 0.25%, which is in line with market expectations.

[02:48]According to the British Financial Times: ECB warns European borrowers to be wary of the risk of sanctions against Russia

[02:45]Market sources say that cryptocurrency lending company Celcius and cryptocurrency exchange Gemini face SEC scrutiny

【02:34】Wedbush: Outperform rating on Microsoft (US: MSFT), price target of $375

Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives said: “In a nervous market, Microsoft’s earnings report on Tuesday was one of the pivotal and historic moments in financial markets. All of Wall Street is closely watching Microsoft’s results. The company lived up to expectations, giving long-term solid cloud business guidance that should calm market nerves and is an important data point for Microsoft and the tech industry as a whole.

Additionally, the analyst is adamant that while markets are jittery over impending Fed tightening and tech sector valuations are falling sharply, the underlying digital transformation growth is accelerating as part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, rather than Slow down by 2022.

【02:02】The Russian envoy expects the Iran nuclear deal to be reached by the end of February and a new Iran nuclear deal, which could begin in April, will lift the oil embargo on Iran.

[01:49]Verizon (US: VZ) fell 3%, the largest immediate drop in nearly a year.

[01:43]Rivian (US: RIVN) rose sharply and is now up more than 13%. Sources say Rivian is ramping up production of electric cars, aiming to reach 200 a week.

[01:41]Alphabet (US: GOOGL) rose 4.4%, its stock price rose from $2,538.70 to $2,651.18, the biggest gain in nearly three months.

[01:16]Spot gold fell below the $1,830 mark and was last reported at $1,829.53, down 1%

[01:14]The Dow rose 380 points, the Nasdaq rose 2.4%, and the SSI rose 1.7%.

[00:30]The European STOXX 600 index initially closed up 1.73% at 467 points. Germany’s DAX 30 initially closed up 2.12 percent at 15,447 points. The French stock index initially closed up 2.11%, the British stock index initially closed up 1.43%, and the Italian stock index initially closed up 2.13%.

[23:15]The Dow rose 305 points, the Nasdaq rose 2.1%, and the SSI rose 1.4%.

[22:30]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 272 points, the Nasdaq rose 2.5%, and the SSI rose 1.5%.

[20:48]Dow futures rose 355 points, Nasdaq futures rose 1.9%.

[18:22]Nasdaq futures rose to 2.2%. Dow futures rose 314 points.

[17:22]Dow futures rose 277 points, Nasdaq futures rose 1.7%.

[12:24]Dow futures rose 65 points to 34362 points; benchmark futures rose 13 points to 4369 points; Nasdaq futures rose 86 points or 0.6% to 14235 points.

【10:23】[NVDA]Nvidia reportedly plans to abandon the $40 billion acquisition of ARM, the company responded unchanged and closed down 4.5%

【09:53】Wells Fargo reportedly considering selling 20% ​​stake in Shanghai Shangshang for nearly $1 billion

【07:52】[Microsoft performance]Microsoft’s performance and revenue guidance beat expectations

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=Following January 25 (Tuesday) stock market==

The situation in Russia and Ukraine continued to cause market concerns. After the United States said it was ready to impose sanctions on Russia, the Russian ruble fell again. At the same time, the United States was preparing to support the European Union’s natural gas supply in case Russia’s gas supply was interrupted, and the market was worried about the situation. U.S. stocks fell sharply after the market opened on Tuesday, and the Dow reappeared on a roller coaster, once tumbling 818 points, and then regained its lost ground and turned up for a while; the Nasdaq once fell 3.18%, and still closed down 2.3%.

Immediately after the US stock market closed, chip stocks fell

The market waited to see the interest rate meeting and the development of the situation in Ukraine. The Dow closed down 66 points to 34297 points; the benchmark index fell 53 points to 4356 points; the Nasdaq fell 315 points to 13539 points. The “panic index” VIX once again rose by 20%, and the increase slowed to 3.8% in the last part. Funds deploy the interest rate hike cycle. The US 10-year bond interest rate once reached as high as 1.7956%, but the risk aversion is still high, and the latest report is at 1.778%.

Heavy technology stocks continued to be under pressure, with Microsoft down 2.7%; Nvidia was rumored to be ready to abandon the purchase of British chip design company ARM, and its stock price plummeted 4.5%.

U.S. President Joe Biden said the U.S. is still not ready to send troops to Ukraine, but warned Russia that if it uses force against Ukraine, it does not rule out sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Russia will bear major consequences.

In addition, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in Parliament that the Western position will be united to deal with the Ukraine crisis. The escalation of the political crisis in Ukraine, coupled with market speculation that the outcome of the Federal Reserve’s meeting on interest rates is “hawkish”, the price of gold rose, hitting a new high in more than two months. Gold futures in New York closed up $10.8 at $1,852.5.

The Reserve Board has held interest rate discussions for two consecutive days. The results of the interest rate discussion will be announced at 3:00 am on Thursday in Hong Kong. The market expects that the interest rate will remain unchanged, and a press conference will be held after the interest rate discussion. The market is also waiting to see whether the Federal Reserve will continue to raise interest rates if the geopolitical crisis escalates.

European stocks rebounded, with British, French and German stocks up 1.02%, 0.74% and 0.75% respectively.

[NVDA]Nvidia reportedly plans to abandon $40 billion acquisition of ARM

The U.S. stock market was on a crazy roller coaster the next night. The Dow hit 1,115 points, the Nasdaq once fell 4.9%, the Dow closed up 99 points, and the Nasdaq rose 86 points or 0.63%.

[US stock performance]Johnson & Johnson’s fourth-quarter profit rises 1.7 times, new crown vaccine sales this year will exceed 3 billion US dollars

The U.S. Department of Commerce said that the global chip supply shortage is expected to continue throughout 2022, and the median value of semiconductor product inventories determined by buyers has dropped from 40 days to less than 5 days.

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Market trend at close:

【02:27】Commerzbank said the U.S. Federal Reserve is likely to confirm its plans to raise interest rates in March in its policy statement on Wednesday, but the dollar may not move much.

Leuchtmann, a foreign exchange analyst at Commerzbank, said the market generally expects a rate hike in March, so the dollar won’t change much, at least not on a sustainable basis. He said the dollar would be supported if the Fed indicated in a statement or press conference that members intended to achieve higher real interest rates than the market currently expects on a sustainable basis.

【02:02】Bank of America: 24% of S&P 500 stocks and 42% of S&P 500 tech stocks are in a technical bear market (down 20% from high)

[01:58]Spot palladium rose above the $2,200 mark and was last at $2,200.15 per ounce

[01:49]U.S. House of Representatives Majority (Democratic) leader Hoyer expressed optimism that major tax reform and spending plans will be approved on Capitol Hill.

[01:48]General Motors invested more than $7 billion in 4 manufacturing plants in Michigan, USA;
General Motors (US: GM) said it is investing more than $7 billion in four manufacturing plants in Michigan, in a bid to accelerate plans to lead rivals in the electric vehicle industry. The latest investment will create 4,000 jobs and restore 1,000 jobs.GM to invest $2.6 billion with LG Energy in Lansing, Michigan battery plant

[01:47]Morgan Stanley CEO Gorman: The Federal Reserve’s fiscal policy is on the right path. Don’t be surprised if the stock market closes near flat by the end of the year.

[01:16]Ming-Chi Kuo: A new generation of MacBook Air may be launched at WWDC this year
According to Ming-Chi Kuo’s prediction, Apple’s (US: AAPL) new generation of MacBook Air models may be officially released at this year’s WWDC, that is, in the second or third quarter of 2022. This time, the MacBook Air may cancel the “Air” at the end of the code, and use MacBook as a new product line logo. In a sense, Air products may disappear temporarily. Of course, this is just speculation.

[01:05]Brent crude oil futures rose by 2% to $88.02.

[01:00]The Dow’s decline narrowed to 468 points or 1.4%, and earlier plunged 818 points to a low of 33545 points; the Nasdaq fell 410 points, or 2.97%

[00:50]New York crude oil futures rose by 2% to $85.02.

[23:07]The Nasdaq fell to 3%, and the chip component ASML fell more than 6%.

[23:00]The Dow fell 719 points, the Nasdaq fell 2.9%

[22:51]The Dow fell 607 points, the Nasdaq fell 2.5%, and the SSI fell 2.3%.

[22:30]US stocks opened, the Dow opened 391 points lower, the Nasdaq fell 1.6%, and the SSI fell 1.3%.

[22:07]The market waits and sees the interest rate meeting and the development of the situation in Ukraine. The Dow futures decline intensified, falling 264 points, falling below the 34,000 level, and the Nasdaq futures fell 2%.

[20:15]Dow futures fell 293 points, Nasdaq futures fell 2%.

[18:44]Dow futures fell 61 points, Nasdaq futures fell 1.1%. European shares extended gains, with Germany up 1.1% and France up 1%.

[17:22]Dow futures fell 265 points, Nasdaq futures fell 1.8%.

[12:28]The Dow futures fell 267 points to 34097 points; the benchmark futures fell 49 points to 4360 points; the Nasdaq futures fell 232 points or 1.6% to 14277 points.

【11:17】[US Stock Focus]Meta’s new artificial intelligence supercomputer is expected to become the world’s fastest computing speed

【10:17】[Crocodile King’s View]Dalio: U.S. interest rate hikes will not make cash and bonds attractive

【08:55】[US business results]IBM’s revenue rose 6% last quarter, beating expectations, shares rose 6% after hours

==Following January 24 (Monday) stock market==

The geopolitical situation is tense, and the situation in Russia and Ukraine has caused a shock in the global market. The Russian stock market once fell by 10%, and the European stock market fell by more than 3.8%. The Dow once reached 1115 points, and the Nasdaq fell 4.9% at one point. However, the situation did not see further escalation. There was buying at the end of the market to absorb technology stocks at a low level, driving the three major indexes to turn higher.

That is, when the US stock market closed, the SPDR benchmark index ETF traded more than 100 billion US dollars:

The Dow closed up 99 points at 34,364 points; the benchmark index rose 12 points to 4,410 points; the Nasdaq rose 86 points, or 0.63%, to 13,855 points. Funds poured into the bond market and gold as a safe haven. The 10-year U.S. bond yield was at 1.756%, and the gold price was at $1,841.

Netflix once slumped 11.6%, and the decline narrowed to 2.6%. Tesla (Tesla) once fell 10.9%, and closed back above the $900 mark, down only 1.5% to $930; Apple edged down 0.5%.

Russia-Ukraine relations are tense, and NATO said it will send additional ships and fighter jets to strengthen the defense capabilities of eastern Europe, and at the same time order troops to stand by. The United States has made it clear that it is considering increasing its military deployment in NATO’s east.

Risk aversion increased, the dollar index was strong, up 0.27% to 95.9. Gold prices made good, New York gold futures closed up $9.9 at $1,841.7. Oil settled down $1.83, or 2.15%, at $83.31 in New York. Brent crude futures in London were down $1.62, or 1.84%, at $86.27.

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[Weekly Outlook]Focus on the results of the Fed’s interest rate meeting, Apple, Microsoft, Tesla and other companies’ performance

[US interest rate hike]The Federal Reserve announced the results of its interest rate meeting on Thursday to see the latest forecasts of the investment community on interest rate hikes and balance sheet reduction (continuously updated)

Current market trend:

[02:21]U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calls for a briefing on Ukraine

[02:13]The Nasdaq’s decline narrowed to 2.8%, with a maximum drop of about 4.9% in the early part.

【01:46】 Russia-Ukraine tensions, the Dow once slumped more than 1,100 points, the Nasdaq fell 4.6%

[01:27]The new energy vehicle sector of U.S. stocks continued to fall. Weilai fell by more than 15%, Rivian fell by nearly 14%, Xiaopeng Motors fell by more than 12%, Tesla and Mavericks Electric fell by nearly 10%, and Ford Motor fell by nearly 10%. 9%, Ideal Motors fell more than 8%, and General Motors fell more than 7%.

[01:26]U.S. stocks Nvidia fell more than 10% and are now at $209.94.

[01:17]The panic index VIX surged by 35%, reaching a high of 38.94, refreshing the market high since late 2020.

【01:15】The Dow fell more than 1,000 points, and the constituent stocks fell broadly. Microsoft fell more than 6% and Boeing fell 5.8%.

[00:52]The Dow fell 915 points, or 2.7%, to 33,350 points; the Nasdaq fell 545 points, or 3.96%, to 13,223 points; the benchmark index fell 120 points, or 2.75%, to 4,276 points.

[00:41]European stock markets generally fell; the European 1STOXX 600 index closed down 18 points, or 3.8%, at 456 points;
The German DAX30 index closed down 592 points, or 3.8%, at 15011 points;
The FTSE 100 index closed down 196 points, or 2.6%, at 7297 points;
The French CAC40 index closed down 280 points, or 3.97%, at 6787 points.

[23:10]The Dow fell more than 800 points, the Nasdaq fell nearly 3.1%, and the SSI fell nearly 2.8%.

[23:06]The Dow fell 667 points, the Nasdaq fell 2.5%, and the SSI fell 2.3%. Tesla (US: TSLA) fell 8%, Nvidia (US: NVDA) fell 6%, and Apple (US: AAPL) and Microsoft (US: MSFT) fell nearly 2%.

[22:30]US stocks opened, the Dow fell 518 points, the Nasdaq fell 2.2%, and the SSI fell 1.7%.

[22:15]The decline of U.S. stock futures expanded, falling below the 34,000 level, reaching a low of 33,719 points, a maximum of 438 points, and the Nasdaq futures fell 2%.

[21:06]The situation in Ukraine is tense, European stocks fell by nearly 2%, Russian stocks fell by more than 6%, and the ruble fell sharply by 2%. After the benchmark index posted its worst performance since March 2020 last week, U.S. stock futures extended losses, down 114 points, while Nasdaq futures fell 0.8%.

[18:40]The situation in Ukraine is tense, European stocks fell sharply, French stocks fell nearly 2%, German stocks fell more than 1.6%, and Russia’s MOEX index fell more than 6%.

[17:22]Dow futures rose 77 points, Nasdaq futures rose 0.4%.

[12:26]Dow futures rose 226 points to 34491 points; SSI futures rose 31 points to 4429 points; Nasdaq futures rose 112 points or 0.8% to 14551 points.

【12:18】[bitcoin]The President of El Salvador, who has been selling Bitcoin at a high level, will be forced to go to McDonald’s to work?

【08:42】[Bitcoin]Bitcoin fell to a high of nearly $34,000 over the weekend and fell by more than 50%

[07:30]The market is worried that the Federal Reserve will tighten monetary policy, and the Omicron variant virus will drag down the economic recovery. US stocks plunged at the end of last Friday. The Dow closed down 450 points at 34265 points; the benchmark index fell 84 points to 4397 points ; The Nasdaq fell 385 points, or 2.72%, to 13,768 points.

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Responsible editor: Liang Haoshuo

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