Trade overview: current reports, trends, indices, stock prices, bonds, foreign exchange and commodities and analyst recommendations
Wall Street closed on the last day of the trading week in the red, although declines moderated during the trading day. The Dow Jones closed flat, the S&P 500 fell 0.16%, the Nasdaq fell 0.3%.
Wall Street declines continue; The Dow Jones is down 0.5%, the S&P 500 is down 0.6%, the Nasdaq is down about 0.9%.
First Solar jumps about 24% after announcing that it is acquiring Evolar AB for $80 million.
Shares of media company News Corp jump 7% after reporting financial results. The company also said it expected to save $160 million by the end of the year following previously announced layoffs.
Wall Street declines: The Dow Jones is down 0.5%, the S&P 500 is down 0.6%, the Nasdaq is down 0.9%.
Tesla is down about 2.5% Elon Musk has announced that he is stepping down as CEO of Twitter and that he will move to serve as Executive Chairman and CTO, overseeing products, software and operating systems. He later confirmed that Linda Iacrino, NBC Universal’s chairman of global advertising and partnerships, would replace him in the position.
European stock markets closed higher.
The trading day in the US stock markets opened with slight increases of 0.2%-0.3% in the main stock indices.
Tesla is rising after Elon Musk announced that he is stepping down as CEO of Twitter and that he will move to serve as executive chairman and CTO, overseeing products, software and operating systems. Musk tweeted that he would be replaced by a woman in about six weeks, but did not name her. The Wall Street Journal announced that Linda Iacrino, NBC Universal’s chairman of global advertising and partnerships, will replace him in the role. As NBCU’s head of advertising sales, Iacrino played a key role in the launch of the company’s ad-supported streaming service Peacock. She has been with the company for more than a decade.
Among the Israeli stocks, gains stand out solaredge , Faber , Cornit Digital and tabula.
Slight increases in Europe and in contract trading on US stock market indices.
stock Tesla Up 2% in early trading after Elon Musk announced he would step down as CEO of Twitter.
also Pac-West Bancorp Climbing after dropping more than 20% yesterday.
trading day bEurope Characterized by increases: Dax increases by about 0.4%, FTSE increases by about 0.2%, CAC increases by about 0.7% and Eurostock increases by about 0.45%.
The positive trend continues bEurope: Dax is up by about 0.5%, POTSI is up by about 0.4%, CAC is up by about 0.9% and Eurostock is up by about 0.6%.
Deutsche Bank shares rise by about 0.7%, Deutsche Telecom rises by about 0.4%, Bayer rises by about 0.4%, BMW plunges by about 7.8%, Mercedes rises by about 0.4%, Next rises by about 0.3%, Ferguson decreases by about 0.6%, Berkeley by about 0.4%, Orange decreases by about 0.4% and Renault increases by about 0.8%.
The increases are getting strongerThe futures on Wall Street: The Dow Jones is up about 0.4%, the S&P 500 is up about 0.4% and the Nasdaq is up about 0.2%.-
The yields on US bonds Olat: The two-year yield is 3.9% and the ten-year yield is 3.41%-
goods: Brent oil is stable, crude oil is up about 0.1%, natural gas is down about 1.4% and gold is down about half a percent.
The increases are getting strongerEurope: Dax is up by about 0.6%, POTSI is up by about 0.5%, KAC is up by about a percent and Eurostock is up by about 0.7%.
Positive trend in trade bEurope: Dax is up by about 0.2%, FTSE is up by about 0.2%, KAC is up by about 0.6% and Eurostock is up by about 0.3%.
Hong Kong closed at a decrease of 0.67%.
Bank of China shares fell 1.83%, Alibaba rose 2.12% and Xiaomi fell 1.6%.
Opening a green trade bEurope: Dax is up about 0.3%, FTSE is up about 0.3%, KAC is up about 0.6% and Eurostock is up about 0.4%.
Bayer’s share is up by about 0.15%, Deutsche Bank is up by about 0.2%, Mercedes is up by about 0.1%, Siemens is up by about 0.4%, Volkswagen is stable, Next is up by about 0.8%, Berkeley is up by about one percent, Coca-Cola is up by about one percent, and Range decreases by about 0.55%, Michelin decreases by about 2.1% and Carrefour increases by about one and a half percent.
Asia: The Nikkei closed up 0.9%. Nissan shares jumped 5.36%, Toyota gained 1.36% and Mitsubishi Motors gained 0.65%.
China’s stock markets closed lower: Shanghai closed down 1.12% and Shenzhen fell 1.13%.
The futures on Wall Street Greens: The Dow Jones is up about 0.2%, the S&P 500 is up about 0.2% and the Nasdaq is up about 0.2%.
Kospi closed down 0.63%.
the markets in Asia are trading in a mixed trend after the USA published additional data that showed that inflation in the country is on a downward trend. The producer price index for April recorded an increase of 0.2% compared to last year. This is compared to Dow Jones’ estimate of an increase of 0.3% and after a decrease of 0.4% in March Excluding food and energy, the consumer price index also rose by 0.2%.
The Nikkei index rises by about 0.9%, Shanghai falls by about 0.7%, Shenzhen falls by about half a percent, Hong Kong falls by about 0.3% and Kospi falls by about 0.4%.
Nissan stock jumps by about 5.2%, SoftBank falls by about 4.3%, Mitsubishi Motors rises by about 1.3%, Honda jumps by about 4.9%, Panasonic falls by about 0.6%, HSBC falls by about 1.1%, Alibaba rises by about 2.3% And Xiaomi drops by about a percent.
The futures on Wall Street Greens: The Dow Jones is up about 0.1%, the S&P 500 is up about 0.2% and the Nasdaq is up about 0.3%.
US bond yields: The two-year yield is down and stands at 3.88%, the 10-year yield is also down and stands at 3.37%.
Despite the declines in the last week, a green trading opening is expectedEurope.
Crypto: Bitcoin is down about 3.2% ($26,599) and Ethereum is down about 3.5% ($1,795).
goods: Brent oil is down by about half a percent, crude oil is down by about 0.4%, natural gas is down by about a percent and a half and gold is down by about 0.2%.