|8月22日《International Market Focus》performance stimulated, US stocks rose|
US: The strong earnings of US chain retailers such as Target and Lowe boosted investor sentiment. Boeing is preparing to restart the deal, technology stocks are higher, and the four major US stock indexes are rising. The US stock market Dow Jones index rose 240.29 points, or 0.93%, to close at 26,202.73 points. The Nasdaq index rose 71.65 points, or 0.90%, to close at 8,020.21 points. The S&P 500 index rose 23.92 points, or 0.82%, to close at 2,924.43 points.
United States: US President Trump insists that he will not use tax cuts to avoid a slowdown in the economy, and that he is said to consider tax cuts only one day apart.
South Korea: South Korean Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning and Finance Minister Hong Nanji said on the 21st that the government will invest 4.7 trillion won (about 3.89 billion US dollars) next year to promote the innovation and development of key industries.
Europe: Sino-US trade tensions eased, with the pan-European Stoxx 600 index rising 4.5 points, or 1.21%, to close at 373.86 points. .
Southeast Asia: Southeast Asia stock market is intricate, Vietnam stock market rose by 0.99%, Indonesian stock market rose by 0.68%.
Commodities: EIA announced last week that US crude oil inventories fell for the first time in three weeks, but the reduction was less than market expectations. WTI crude oil futures prices fell 45 cents or 0.8% to close at $55.68 a barrel.
Commodities: Due to the July 1996 outline of the US Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), most officials of the Federal Reserve are still hoping to review more data to formulate future monetary policies, making it possible for the Fed to have a dovish Gold bulls were disappointed, and futures gold shocked and consolidated. Gold for December delivery fell 3.35 US dollars, or 0.23%, and gold prices closed at 1512.15 US dollars per ounce. Gold has risen 6% this month.
Currency: The US dollar index fell back from the previous day, and turned to a firmer on Wednesday (21st), rising slightly by 0.14% to 98.3. As the Fed announced the July currency conference record, members agreed that the interest rate cut in July It should not be seen as a "pre-determined route" for further interest rate cuts. The market seems to be worried about the economy. The two-year and 10-year yields of the US debt have once again reversed briefly.
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