US News What you need to know on the stock market on Thursday

09:55  29 october  2020
09:55  29 october  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

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 crypto exchanges: Stuttgart stock exchange's crypto trading platform ties Bankhaus Scheich to BSDEX has recently also cooperated with Bankhaus Scheich. This should increase both liquidity and transparency in the asset class. © Börse Stuttgart A year ago, the Stuttgart Stock Exchange launched a trading platform for Bitcoin and crypto tokens The Frankfurt bank Scheich has connected to the crypto trading platform of the Stuttgart Stock Exchange, BSDEX for short, as the Handelsblatt learned.

Stocks got drubbed on Wednesday and for the second time this year, investors are staring at sharp, quick losses in the major averages with no obvious reason why. On Thursday , inflation data will be key in determining whether it's another ugly day on Wall Street.

The stock market looks spooked by the Federal Reserve. On Wednesday, the major averages were higher before the release of the minutes from the On Thursday , the main piece of economic news will be the weekly report on initial jobless claims, though investors will likely remain more focused on

These 10 facts should cause movement in the markets today.

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Keep an eye on the entire current trading day here. 1. DAX expected little movement The DAX moves around the previous day's closing price before the market.

2. Stock exchanges in the Far East mostly lighter The Japanese benchmark index Nikkei is 0.28 percent lighter at 23,351.98 points around 6:50 CET.

On the Chinese mainland, the Shanghai Composite increased by 0.13 percent to 3,273.63 units.

In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng lost 0.61 percent to 24,557.16 points.

3. Volkswagen achieves profit of billions again thanks to market recovery Volkswagen achieved profit of billions again in the third quarter thanks to a noticeable recovery in the car markets in September and cost-cutting measures. To the news

DAX goes higher in the day - investors rely on agreement on US stimulus package

 DAX goes higher in the day - investors rely on agreement on US stimulus package In the middle of the week, investors access the German stock market. © Provided by Finanz.net PHILIPPE HUGUEN / AFP / Getty Images The DAX gained 0.22 percent to 12,764.45 points at the start of the session. Now that, contrary to expectations, negotiations for a US economic stimulus package are being continued, investors on the German stock exchange are cautiously optimistic.

Energy companies led U.S. stocks broadly higher in early trading Wednesday, wiping out some of the market ’s losses from a day earlier. On Thursday , AT&T (NYSE: T) showed just how much it was pinched by cord-cutting and closed theaters. However, it managed to beat lowered Q3 analyst

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4. Fresenius confirms forecast after robust 3rd quarter The health care group Fresenius has confirmed its forecast for the year after a robust third quarter of 2020. To the news

5. Airbus posts higher loss than expected in the third quarter Airbus posted another loss in the third quarter as a result of the burdens from the coronavirus pandemic, but this was significantly higher than expected. To the news

6. FMC confirms forecast after strong earnings growth in the third quarter The dialysis service provider Fresenius Medical Care (FMC) defied the corona crisis in the third quarter of 2020 and confirmed its annual forecast after strong earnings growth in the reporting period . To the news

7. Siltronic earns less with stable sales Siltronic earned less in the third quarter and thereby kept sales almost stable. For News

Beige Book brings no impetus: US trading ends on red territory

 Beige Book brings no impetus: US trading ends on red territory Trading on Wall Street was mixed in the middle of the week. © Provided by Finanz.net Mario Vedder / Getty Images The Dow Jones went out of trade at a discount of 0.35 percent at 28,210.03 points. After the weak start to the week and a moderate recovery on Tuesday, the price movements were kept within narrow limits towards the middle of the week. The experts at Index-Radar see chart-technical risks for the Dow.

Investing.com - Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Thursday , January 17: 1. U.S. Steps Up Pressure on Huawei and ZTE. U.S. stock futures pointed to a lower open, as fresh frictions over Chinese tech giant Huawei added to worries over the ongoing U.S.-China

Investing.com - Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Thursday , August 29: 1. China confirms discussions for September trade meeting. China’s Commerce Ministry confirmed Thursday that Beijing and Washington were discussing the scheduling of face-to-face

8. Solar Silicon Business and Cost Reductions Support WACKER CHEMIE WACKER CHEMIE 's continued good business in construction and home improvement products and a recovery in the polysilicon division supported in the third quarter. To the message

9. Oil prices are stabilizing somewhat The oil prices have stabilized again somewhat in early trading on Thursday. On Wednesday evening, the market reacted with concern to the new tough measures that governments in Germany and France, for example, had announced to contain the corona pandemic.

A barrel (159 liters) of North Sea Brent cost 39.18 US dollars that morning. That was six cents more than the day before. The price of a barrel of the US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) rose by eleven cents to $ 37.50.

10th Euro stable above 1.17 US dollars The Euro initially changed little on Thursday morning. In early trading, the common currency cost $ 1.1755, roughly the same as the night before.

In Corona times: This is how the year went on the Cologne apprenticeship market .
In times of the pandemic, everything runs a little differently than usual on the apprenticeship market. the employment agency, the Chamber of Crafts and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry have announced a “fifth quarter” on the market in order to bring as many applicants and companies as possible together. © dpa A trainee is working on a workpiece "The year is not over yet," said Johannes Klapper, chairman of the Cologne employment agency on Thursday.

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