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[US stocks close]worry about closing water + variant poison, Dow fell 166 points, long-term bond yield hits 1.384%-Hong Kong Economic Times-Real Time News Channel-Market Finance-Stock Market

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The market is worried that the Fed will announce a “closed water” at its interest rate meeting next week. Coupled with threats from the Delta variant virus and inflation, U.S. bond yields once rose to 1.384%, and consumer confidence was weaker than expected. U.S. stocks “(That is, individual stock options and futures, index options and futures settlement) have repeatedly declined.

See the closing of US stocks:

The Dow fell 166 points to 34,584 points; the standard index fell 0.9% to 4432 points; the Nasdaq fell 0.9% to 15043 points. Apple shares fell 1.8%, and Facebook fell 2.2%.

The bipartisan debate in the US Congress over the bond issuance ceiling has caused market turmoil. The White House warned that if Congress fails to pass the bill to extend the national debt ceiling in time, the US economy will fall into recession and the state government will be forced to cut emergency services. Treasury Secretary Yellen emphasized that October may be the time when the national debt peaks. However, the Republicans indicated that they refused to cooperate in raising the national debt ceiling.

New York gold futures closed down 0.3%, at $1751.4. Gold futures prices in New York hit a 5-week low and fell 2.3% this week.

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Market trend:

[23:26]The Dow fell 158 points and the Nasdaq fell nearly 0.8%.

[22:15]The Dow fell 170 points, the Nasdaq fell 101 points or nearly 0.7%, and the standard index fell 29 points or nearly 0.7%.

[22:00][U.S. economic data]US University of Michigan consumer confidence rose slightly to 71 in September, still worse than expected

[21:30]U.S. stocks opened, the Dow fell 56 points, the Nasdaq and the index fell more than 0.2%.

[18:11]Dow futures fell 66 points, and Nasdaq futures fell more than 0.2%.

[16:55]Dow futures rose 20 points, Nasdaq futures fell 8 points, and standard index futures remained unchanged.

[16:54]Major European stock indexes rose. British stocks rose 0.3%, French stocks rose 0.9%, and German stocks rose 0.5%.

[12:28]US stocks today “quadruple witching” (quadruple witching, that is, the day when individual stock options and futures, index options and futures are settled).

[12:26]Dow futures rose 22 points to 34773 points; standard index futures rose 3 points to 4476 points; Nasdaq futures rose 14 points or nearly 0.1% to 15,530 points.

[11:38]BlackRock is not afraid of Soros’s criticism of continuing to expand the first wealth management product in the Chinese market, which has been subscribed for more than 2.4 billion yuan

[09:43]BlackRock Fund Manager: Almost Selling Gold Positions, Normalizing Interest Rates Is Bad for Gold Prices

[07:34]China increased its holdings of U.S. Treasury bonds for the first time in 5 months, breaking the continuous reduction of holdings

==Following September 16th (Thursday) Stock Market ==

On the eve of the “quadruple witching” (quadruple witching, the day of individual stock options and futures, index options and futures settlement) on Friday, the three major indexes added volatility; retail sales unexpectedly rose in August, and the market worried that the Federal Reserve would reduce early Buying debt, the Dow once fell more than 270 points, and then gradually recovered the lost ground. The Dow closed at 34751 points, down 63 points; the standard index closed at 4473 points, down 6 points; the Nasdaq had fallen 114 points, but closed up 20 points at 15,181 points.

See the closing of US stocks:

Cathie Wood, the founder of ARK Investment, recently continued to reduce Tesla (US: TSLA). Tesla first fell and then stabilized, closing the market up 0.15%.

US President Biden expressed confidence that Congress will pass a $3.5 trillion spending bill and a $1 trillion infrastructure bill, and then hand it over to him for signature, providing trillions of dollars in funding for economic development.

Guggenheim Investments, a large asset management company, said that the Federal Reserve may postpone its announcement of a reduction in debt purchases when the two parties in the United States are arguing about the risk of the federal government’s debt ceiling.

The price of gold plummeted, hitting its lowest level in more than 5 weeks. New York gold futures closed down 38.1 US dollars, or 2.1%, to 1756.7 US dollars.

US retail sales in August increased by 0.7% month-on-month, and core retail sales increased by 1.8%, both higher than expected. In addition, the number of people claiming unemployment benefits for the first time last week rose to 332,000, higher than the expected 322,000, but continued The number of applicants fell to 2.665 million, better than the market expected 2.74 million, reflecting the continued recovery of the US economy.

The debt ceiling drama may affect the Fed’s decision to Guggenheim warns of delays in reducing debt

Goldman Sachs launches new ETF looking for future technology leaders that can rise 1750 times

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Market trend:

[02:45]The Dow fell 66 points or 0.2% to 34747 points; the Nasdaq fell 4 points; the index fell 8 points

【02:32】Standard & Poor’s Rating: El Salvador uses Bitcoin as legal tender, which has a direct negative impact on credit ratings

[02:31]Morgan Stanley rated Xiaopeng as overweight, with a target price of US$57.

[02:32]October crude oil futures in New York closed flat at US$72.61; London Brent crude oil futures in November closed up US$0.21, or 0.28%, to US$75.67

[02:05]U.S. stocks’ decline has decreased, the Dow fell 91 points or 0.3% to 34723 points; the Nasdaq fell 15 points to 15,145 points; the benchmark index fell 20 points to 4460 points

[01:55]New York December gold futures closed down 2.1%, at US$1,756.70

[01:48]Bloomberg reported that U.S. Treasury Department officials believe that Tether and other stablecoins pose an urgent risk and are preparing to put forward proposals for stricter supervision of cryptocurrencies. They are also worried that the general low-price sell-off of cryptocurrency assets will threaten financial stability, and certain stablecoins may expand at a dangerous rate.

[01:07]The Dow fell 164 points or 0.5% to 34649 points; the Nasdaq fell 59 points, half of the early 114-point drop, to 15102 points; the standard index fell 15 points to 4464 points

[00:30][European Economy]Lagarde urges European fiscal and monetary authorities to continue cooperation

[21:30]US stocks opened. The Dow opened 41 points higher to 34856 points, the Nasdaq fell 0.3% to 15,117 points, and the index also fell 3 points to 4477 points.

[18:57]Dow futures fell 13 points, Nasdaq futures fell 0.2%, and standard index futures fell 5 points. In European stocks, French stocks rose 1.1%, German stocks rose 0.5%, and British stocks rose 0.5%.

[12:18]Dow futures fell 27 points to 34787 points; standard index futures fell 4 points to 4476 points; Nasdaq futures fell 18 points or 0.1% to 15,485 points.

[12:13]Zheng Zhigang’s SPAC merges with the testing company Prenetics, the largest M&A transaction between a Hong Kong company and SPAC (Second Edition)

[10:51]Dario: If Bitcoin is successful, US regulators will stifle

[10:47]”King of Crocodile” Dario: Cash is rubbish, Bitcoin’s tenfold increase is nonsense

[07:30]US crude oil inventories fell more than expected last week, oil prices rose by more than 3%

==Following September 15 (Wednesday) Stock Market ==

In the United States, inflation is expected to be low in August, but the market continues to debate whether inflation is temporary. Oil prices soared by more than 3%, oil stocks and energy stocks rose, and US stocks rebounded on Wednesday. Commodity prices soared yesterday, oil prices rose, and industry reports showed that crude oil and gasoline inventories fell. New York oil futures rose by 3.8% at one point, reaching as high as $73.14. Oil stocks and energy stocks performed well. Occidental Petroleum (US: OXY) rose 6.09%. Chevron (US: CVX) rose more than 2%. The Dow closed up 236 points to 34814 points; the standard index rose 37 points to 4480 points; the Nasdaq rose 123 points to 15,161 points.

That is, to see the closing situation of US stocks:

The day after Apple Inc.’s product launch, its stock price rebounded by 0.61%. Microsoft (US: MSFT) announced a $60 billion stock repurchase program and increased its dividend, and its stock price rose 1.68%. Amazon (US: AMZN) will hire 125,000 people, with an average hourly salary of $18, and its stock price will rise 0.75%.

The market continued to worry about the business prospects of Macau gaming stocks. Wynn Resorts’ share price dropped another 6.3%; Las Vegas Sands and MGM were down 1.7% and 2.5% respectively.

New York gold futures fell below US$1,800, closing at US$1794.8, down US$12.3 or 0.7%, ending the two-day uptrend.

The inflow of funds from global ETFs this year has surpassed that of last year, reaching nearly 10 trillion U.S. dollars. As long as there is no major retracement in the global market in the second half of the year, there is not much suspense for ETFs to break through the $10 trillion mark.

[02:35]New York October crude oil futures closed up 2.15 US dollars, or 3.05%, to 72.61 US dollars; London Brent November crude oil futures closed up 1.86 US dollars, or 2.53%, to 75.46 US dollars

[02:19]The share price of cosmetics retailer Ulta (ULTA.N) turned down, dropping 1.6% at one point. Earlier, there were reports that Amazon (AMZN.O) would hold cosmetics promotions.

[02:17]The Dow rose by 224 points or 0.7% to 34,802 points, that is, the market rose 303 points to as high as 34,880 points; the Nasdaq rose 91 points or 0.6% to 15129 points; the standard index rose 32 points or 0.7%. Report 4475 points

[01:46]Yum China (YUMC.N) fell more than 6%. Yesterday, the company issued a profit warning, and it is expected that the third-phase operating profit will fall by more than 50% year-on-year.

[01:45]New York December gold futures closed down 0.7%, at 1,794.80 US dollars.

[01:26]The Swiss running shoe brand On Holding (ONON.N) invested by the tennis king Feitana rose 53% on the first day of listing, to 37.2 US dollars, and the IPO price was 24 US dollars.

[01:16]U.S. stocks expanded. The Dow rose 230 points or 0.7% to 34,808 points; the Nasdaq rose 66 points or 0.4% to 15,103 points; the benchmark index rose 29 points or 0.7% to 4,472 points; Microsoft rose 1.5 points %, the market has risen by as much as 1.8%; Apple’s stock price has repeatedly softened, falling 0.1%, that is, the market has fallen by as much as 1.2%

Oil prices rose, New York oil futures rose 3% to US$72.6; London Brent oil futures rose 2.7% to US$75.57

[01:16]The Fed’s use of reverse repurchase tools on Wednesday (September 15) was US$1.081 trillion.

[00:53]According to market sources, Amazon-backed electric truck company Rivian plans to raise more than US$5 billion (approximately HK$39 billion) in the upcoming IPO, and may raise up to US$8 billion (approximately HK$62.4 billion).

[00:05]The Dow rose 96 points or 0.3% to 34673 points; the Nasdaq fell 4 points; the index rose 9 points

[22:39]The Dow rose 52 points, the Nasdaq rose 1 point, and the index rose 9 points.

[21:58]Oil prices soared by 3%, and energy stocks performed well. Occidental Petroleum (US: OXY) rose nearly 6%. Chevron (US: CVX) rose more than 2%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow fell 8 points, the Nasdaq rose 37 points or 0.25%, and the benchmark index rose 6 points or 0.1%.

[20:30][US Economic Data]US September New York Fed Manufacturing Index 34.3 beat expectations

[19:54]Dow futures fell 5 points, and Nasdaq futures rose more than 0.1%.

[17:14]Dow futures rose 58 points, and Nasdaq futures rose 0.3%.

[12:21]Dow futures rose 82 points to 34660 points; standard index futures rose 10 points to 4453 points; Nasdaq futures rose 32 points or 0.2% to 15,415 points.

[11:29]Wall Street and China Securities Regulatory Commission reportedly resumed dialogue for the first time in nearly three years

[08:01]Microsoft announced a $60 billion repurchase plan to increase dividends by 11%

==Following September 14 (Tuesday) Stock Market ==

U.S. inflation was milder than expected, reducing the urgency of the Fed’s next week’s interest rate meeting. U.S. Treasury yields fell, but U.S. stocks lacked momentum yesterday, and the decline in the end market expanded. Apple (U.S.: AAPL) announced the launch of a new generation of smartphone iPhone 13, priced from US$799. Foreign media believed that there was no surprise at the press conference. Apple’s stock price rose first and then gave up, closing down 0.96% to $148.12. JPMorgan Chase analysts suggested that investors should consider reducing their investment in technology stocks.

See the closing of US stocks:

The Dow once fell 359 points, closing down 292 points to 34577 points; the index fell 25 points to 4443 points; the Nasdaq fell 67 points to 15037 points; the U.S. exchange rate was weaker at 92.656. U.S. 10-year bond yields fell below the 1.3% mark to as low as 1.2617%.

Inflation data shows that the upward trend of inflation is not as severe as expected, the Fed’s urgency to collect water is expected to decrease, and debt interest rates have softened. U.S. 10-year bond yields fell below the 1.3% mark to as low as 1.2617%. Gold prices rose, and New York Phase I gold regained the level of US$1,800, up 0.7%.

The Bank of America released a monthly survey report on global fund managers. The results showed that respondents’ confidence in global economic growth prospects and corporate profits fell to their lowest levels in more than a year; however, the share of stocks held by the fund managers surveyed remained roughly the same.

The U.S. Treasury Department announced that the August fiscal deficit shrank from 200 billion U.S. dollars in the same period last year to 170.6 billion U.S. dollars, which was lower than expected. The fiscal deficit for the first 11 months of this fiscal year was 2.711 trillion U.S. dollars, compared with 30.07 million in the same period last year. 100 million U.S. dollars narrowed.

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Market trend:

[03:01]The Dow fell 302 points or 0.9% to report at 34,567 points. That is, the market fell at most 358 points to 34511 points; the Nasdaq fell 64 points or 0.4% to 15041 points; the standard index fell 28 points or 0.6%, reported 4440 points.Apple’s share price fell more than 1.3% to $147.56, which means that the market fell 1.8% to as low as $146.91.

[02:44]The Republican leader of the US Senate, McConnell (McConnell) said that the Republicans have united against raising the debt ceiling.

[02:31]New York October crude oil futures closed up 0.01 US dollars, or 0.01%, to 70.46 US dollars. London Brent’s November crude oil futures closed up 0.09 US dollars, or 0.12%, to 73.60 US dollars.

[02:28]According to Apple’s official website, the starting price of the iPhone 13 mini is 5,199 yuan, the iPhone 13 starts at 5,999 yuan, and the top-equipped iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at 12,999 yuan. The whole series starts on September 17. Pre-orders will begin on September 24 and will be officially released on September 24. The new tablet iPad mini starts at 3,799 yuan.

【02:00】Apple’s decline widened to 1.0%, the company’s autumn new product launch is underway, the media said there is no surprise.

[02:00]Apple’s share price decline narrowed to 0.5%; the Dow fell 226 points or 0.65%, the Nasdaq fell 23 points, and the benchmark index fell 14 points or 0.3%

[01:48]December gold futures in New York closed up 0.7% to US$1,807.10.

[01:40]Apple’s stock price fell by more than 0.7% after the new generation of smartphone iPhone 13 was released.

[00:44]The Dow fell 196 points or 0.6% to 34,673 points; the Nasdaq fell 9 points to 15,096 points; the index fell 6 points, and Microsoft (US: MSFT) bucked the market and rose more than 1%.

[00:16]The U.S. Treasury Department has further reduced the size of the weekly 4-period Treasury bill issuance to make room for the debt ceiling restored last month. The Ministry of Finance plans to issue a $15 billion 4-period Treasury bill and a $30 billion 8-period Treasury bill on September 16, and a $30 billion 119-day cash management note on September 15. The size of the 4-cycle issuance has decreased by USD 5 billion from the previous week, and the other periods remain unchanged; this is the fifth consecutive reduction in the period.

[22:45]The Dow fell 225 points, the Nasdaq fell 0.2%, and the index fell nearly 0.4%. Microsoft (US: MSFT) bucked the trend and maintained its rise by 0.7%.

[22:16]The 10-year U.S. bond yield fell below 1.3% to 1.28%. The three major indexes fell, the Dow fell 123 points, the Nasdaq fell 0.1%, and the benchmark index fell 10 points or 0.2%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 80 points, the Nasdaq rose 0.5%, and the standard index rose 16 points.

[20:32]Dow futures fell 23 points, and Nasdaq futures fell more than 0.1%.

[20:30]U.S. August CPI rose 0.3% month-on-month, lower than expected

[20:27]The National Petroleum Reserve Center announced that it will conduct the first batch of national reserve crude oil bidding transactions in 2021 in the National Reserve Petroleum Trading System (http://123.127.88.176:9000/tradeclient). The bidding transaction time is September On the 24th, the first batch of sales totaled 7.384 million barrels. Oil prices have softened in the short-term due to the demand from mainland enterprises or the transfer to this batch of crude oil.

[17:52]Dow futures rose 31 points, and Nasdaq futures rose 1 point.

[12:34]Apple (US: AAPL) will hold an online press conference at 1 am on Wednesday, Hong Kong time, and the iPhone 13 series products are expected to be unveiled at the press conference.

[Apple Press Conference]Apple’s autumn press conference was held on September 14, and the stock price continued to top the top. What new products besides the iPhone 13 are there?

[12:19]Dow futures rose 62 points to 34,932 points; standard index futures rose 7 points to 4476 points; Nasdaq futures rose 19 points or 0.1% to 15,454 points.

[08:10]Oracle’s quarterly revenue fell short of expectations, the stock price fell nearly 2% after the market

==Following September 13th (Monday) Stock Market ==

U.S. consumers worry about rising inflation and rising oil prices drove energy stocks to rise. The three major U.S. stock indexes rose and fell mixed. The Dow rebounded after five consecutive declines and the Nasdaq fell. The Dow closed at 34869 points, up 261 points or 0.76%; the standard index closed at 4468 points, up 10 points; the Nasdaq closed at 15,105 points, down 9 points.

See the closing of US stocks:

Apple said it is still weighing whether to appeal the Epic v. Apple antitrust ruling last week. Apple shares rose 0.39%.

A survey released by the New York Fed on Monday showed that in August, US consumers’ inflation expectations for the next year and the next three years rose to a record 4%. The market focuses on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) released on Tuesday; the data reflects rising inflation concerns, which may affect their willingness to consume, as well as the Fed’s interest rate negotiations.

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) predicts that due to increased global fuel consumption and production interruptions in other regions, demand for crude oil will increase this year and next. Oil prices made good, New York oil futures rose more than 1%, rose more than 70 US dollars, and closed at 70.45 US dollars.

Before the Fed’s meeting next week, the price of gold was hovering within a narrow range of US$1,800, and New York gold futures closed slightly up by US$2.3 to US$1794.4.

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[One week ahead]Focus on the US CPI and retail sales data this week. The iPhone 13 series is expected to debut at the Apple conference

Market trend:

[02:53]The Dow rose 140 points or 0.4% to 34747 points; the Nasdaq fell 59 points or 0.4% to 15,055 points; the standard index fell 12 points or 0.3% to 4446 points

[02:33]New York October crude oil futures closed up 0.73 US dollars, or 1.05%, to 70.45 US dollars; London Brent November crude oil futures closed up 0.59 US dollars, or 0.81%, to 73.51 US dollars

[02:14]The Dow’s gains narrowed to less than a hundred points, and the Nasdaq and the index fell; the Dow rose 97 points or 0.3%, the Nasdaq fell 51 points, and the index fell 5 points

[01:47]New York December gold futures closed up 0.1%, at 1,794.40 US dollars

[01:42]Gensler, Chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC): The investment fund industry should increase its disclosure of conflict of interest information. He pointed out that similar practices such as Robinhood, a brokerage firm, requiring payment for transaction orders, have caused conflicts of interest.

[01:38]The Scottish National Party (SNP) holds an autumn meeting on Sunday. It was proposed at the meeting that Scotland should hold a second referendum on whether to leave Britain. The National Party leader Sturgeon said that a referendum will be held when the new crown epidemic is “controllable”, no later than the end of 2023. British Prime Minister Johnson said he would not approve a referendum in Scotland. The Minister for Scottish Affairs said that if polls show that 60% of Scots want a referendum, then the British government may allow the referendum.

[01:20]The Federal Reserve Board uses US$1.087 trillion in reverse repurchase tools on Monday (September 13)

[01:04]The three major U.S. stock indexes rose together, the Nasdaq rose 5 points, the index rose 2 points, and the Dow rose 233 points or 0.7%; American electric car giant Tesla (US: TSLA) fell more than 1%, and the market had Up to 3.7%

[23:52]The Dow’s gains narrowed slightly, temporarily rising 239 points or 0.7% to 34846 points, that is, the market had risen 331 points to a high of 34,939 points; the Nasdaq fell 53 points and the index rose 3 points

[22:10]The Nasdaq fell 0.5%, vomiting all the gains at the opening. The Dow rose 195 points and the index rose 3 points.

[21:32]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 236 points, the Nasdaq rose more than 0.6%, and the standard index rose 33 points or nearly 0.8%.

[18:58]Dow futures rose 228 points, and Nasdaq futures rose more than 0.5%.

[17:22]Dow futures rose 138 points, and Nasdaq futures rose 0.4%.

[12:19]Dow futures rose 82 points to 34690 points; standard index futures rose 7 points to 4466 points; Nasdaq futures rose 10 points or nearly 0.1% to 15,451 points.

[12:16]It is rumored that Kaohsiung will set up two factories, TSMC said it does not rule out any possibility that netizens say “Kaohsiung housing prices are going to skyrocket.”

[08:13]Epic Games appealed against Apple’s antitrust ruling

[07:30]U.S. stocks fell last Friday, and market worries about the epidemic have set back the economic recovery; Democratic senators proposed to impose a 2% tax on corporate repurchase shares. The Dow once rose 224 points, and closed down 271 points to 34607. . The index fell 0.77% to close at 4458 points. The Nasdaq fell 0.87% to 15,115 points.

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