© Reuters [뉴욕증시] Expectations of ‘peak inflation’ have eased… 3 main commentators are holding your breath
As expectations that US inflation peaked were reduced, all three major stock indexes fell. The stock price appears to be taking a breather, mixed with concerns that the market may have outperformed profit-making sales following an excessive fall.
As of 10:06 am on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on the 14th (local time), the industrial average index recorded 30 33,738.95, down 8.91 points (0.03%) from the battlefield.
The index showed 3980.92, down 12.01 points (0.30%) from the previous day, and 11,234.12, down 89.21 points (0.79%).
The S&P 500 Index rose 5.9% over the past week on expectations that the pace of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve System (Fed) could ease as inflation peaked, recording the biggest weekly increase since June. The Nasdaq rose 8.1% for the week, recording the highest rate of increase since March, and the Dow rose 4.2%.
The day before, Christopher Waller, director of the Federal Reserve System (Fed), said, “The Fed is considering a 50 basis point hike at its meeting in December or later,” but “interest rates will remain high for some time until inflation. get closer to the target.” .
European stocks rose slightly. Germany’s DAX index rose 0.87 percent, while the UK’s FTSE index rose 1.07 percent. France’s CAC index rose 0.76% and the pan-European STOXX600 index rose 0.47%.
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