Brendan Walsh and Jeremy Sharon
new York | The stock of the United States was at a new stage of technology sales, but weaker profit, however, raised concerns about the supply of raw materials with the most losing line.
Nasdaq has lost more than 1.5 percent of its technological names, breaking weekly progress for S & P 500. Attacking Skyworks has shown the result of a slowdown in demand for the smartphone. The West Texas oil buildup costs more than 10 percent, with a smaller share of smaller electricity than 2.5 percent. Walt Disney's strong success hit Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Mexico's shares canceled the second day following the second president's election, saying it would not change any banking laws. Peso was high. The main fixed capital in Europe was shifted from Richemont and Thyssenkrupp after hopeless forecasts. Following the Federal Reserve, the fiscal decline continued again with a "gradual" gradual rise.
Investors pay attention to any signs of the economic cycle. Decrease in oil prices is largely due to the increase in supply, rather than a decline in demand, there are more dangerous signs from China. This data is a loss of producer prices, weak car sales and a great loss of online travel company, helping eliminate long-term concerns about the health of the world's second largest economy.
Asia's financial assets, especially Beijing, are planning to set up a quota for banks to provide loans to private companies. The offshore yuan has dropped this week because the US-China trade wars have not ended since the mid-term elections.
In other places, the pound is weakened, and there is always speculation about Breck's possible deal. The emerging stock markets and currencies fell.
The key steps in these markets are:
- S & P 500 index dropped by 0.9% as of 4th day in New York City. The week rose by 2.1 percent.
- The Nasdaq 100 Index lost 1.7%, while Russell's 2000 fell 1.6%.
- Stoxx Europe 600 index was 0.4 percent.
- The Nikkei-225 Stock Average dropped by an average of 1.1%.
- MSCI Emerging Market index dropped by 0.6%