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Sport 10 important facts about the stock market on Thursday

09:40  26 november  2020
09:40  26 november  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

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Stocks plunged amid concerns over the economic recovery while coronavirus-related hospitalizations in certain states grew. The S&P 500 dropped 5.89% to 3,002. 10 . The Nasdaq Composite fell 5.27% to 9,492.73. "You're seeing the psychology in the market get retested today," said one trader.

In 2020, the stock market is closed all day on Thursday , Nov. The following is a schedule of all stock market and bond market holidays for 2019. Please note that regular trading hours for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Nasdaq Stock Market are 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern 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. 1st DAX expected to be up The DAX is now trading 0.28 percent higher at 13,327 points in pre-trading indications.

2. Stock exchanges in the Far East mostly higher The Japanese benchmark index Nikkei ultimately gained 0.5 percent to 26,296.86 points.

On the Chinese mainland, the Shanghai Composite is oscillating in a narrow range around the zero line, most recently 0.10 percent lower at 3,359.02 points (as of 07:45 CET). In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng has increased 0.18 percent to 26,717.15 units.

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Dow futures rise again Thursday after weekly government data pushed coronavirus-driven jobless claims to over 40 million. U.S. President Donald Trump takes questions after speaking about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak and the cost of treating diabetes and in the Rose Garden at

Here's what you need to know in financial markets on Thursday , 5th December. 1. Shinzo Abe launches big fiscal stimulus package. The monthly Challenger Job Cuts survey and weekly initial jobless claims take pride of place in Thursday ’s data calendar, a day ahead of the definitive official

3. Moderna wants to deliver corona vaccine as early as December The US manufacturer Moderna wants to start delivering its corona vaccine to the European Union as early as December - provided the agent receives approval. To the message

4. Minutes of the meeting: US Federal Reserve discussed possible adjustments to the bond purchase program

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5. Brazil's air traffic control authorities allow Boeing 737 Max to return to After the US aviation authority FAA and the European EASA, the Brazilian ANAC has also lifted the flight ban on Boeing's 737 Max disaster. To the news

6. Verdi announces again strikes at Amazon - online retailer relaxed With strikes lasting several days at online retailer Amazon , the Verdi union wants to put pressure on in the years of struggle for a collective agreement. For news

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U.S. stock markets are set to open slightly lower, adopting a more cautious tone ahead of the weekly jobless data after setting yet another new high on Wednesday Stocks likely to be in focus on Thursday include cyber-security firm Crowdstrike (NASDAQ:CRWD), which was down 7.4% in

The Shanghai Stock Exchange suspended Ant’s listing on its Star board, citing The fintech giant was scheduled to start trading on Thursday . The news sparked a slide in Alibaba shares on Avoiding that risk is an important foundation to push forward more capital market reforms.”China Accelerates

7. Unilever to acquire US vitamin manufacturer SmartyPants Unilever will acquire Los Angeles-based company SmartyPants Vitamins, a supplier of vitamins, minerals and nutritional supplements. To the message

8. Airbus boss Faury does not expect further job cuts Despite the lockdown in many European countries and the slump in air traffic, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury does not expect further job cuts in Germany. To the news

9. Gold price: bottoming out above 1,800 dollars The weak US labor market data have eased the selling pressure on the gold markets and helped the yellow precious metal to stabilize above 1,800 dollars. To the news

10. Euro at the highest level in three months The Euro reached a three-month high on Thursday. In the morning, the common currency rose to 1.1936 US dollars, costing as much as it was last time in early September.

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