US News interest fears Press DAX for the start of trading far down
Return Retail Belastet Nasdaq 100 - Alphabet, Meta, Amazon and Microsoft Fallen
© Reuters Return Retail Belastet Nasdaq 100 - Alphabet, Meta, Amazon and Microsoft Fallen Investing.com - On Wall Street is a weak weekly start after yesterday's holiday away. The appointment contract for the technological nasdaq 100 goes by 1.80 percent in the US as a result of increasing bond yields in the US. The interest rate of ten-year US government bonds rose this morning with 1.855 percent to the highest level since the beginning of the Corona Pandemic in January 2020.
On Thursday it goes first for the DAX after the Fed interest rate decision on the eve first.
Thestarted the session 1.48 percent weaker at 15.229.98 points.
The interest fears previously accrued after the US Federal Reserve Session will miss the German stock market on Thursday a belonging damper. Otherwise, investors' focus is on the ride receiving quarterly reporting season. Among other things, the DAX companies have reportedFed signals interest rate increase and on their recent business development.
In view of the highand the good location in the labor market, the US Federal Reserve (FED) signaled a speedy interest rate increase. With that she made the way free for the first raising of the key interest rate since the beginning of the Corona Pandemic. First, the interest in the . The experts of the assume that the Fed will make another interest step up to 2023 in every coming quarter. Fedaction Finanzen.net
Gold Prize: Dollar Strength presses crisis protection under the brand of 1,800 dollars .
The gold price threatens with minus two percent the weakest trade week since November. The main responsibility for this is the rise of the dollar index to the highest level since June 2020. © Provided by Finanzen.net ASIF Hassan / AFP / Getty Images by Jörg Bernhard According to a Reuters survey under analysts, the gold price in this and in the Due to increasing opportunity costs (interest-oriented) due to increasing opportunity costs.