The longest streak of weekly losses for “Dow Jones” since 1980

(agencies) Nasdaq has lost a quarter of its value since the beginning of the year 78% of companies achieved results that exceed expectations Despite the daily gains at the end of the week, US stock indices recorded one of their longest consecutive weekly declines; Where the Standard & Poor’s and Nasdaq indices continued their sixth … Read more

XP launches cryptocurrency trading platform in partnership with Nasdaq

XP Inc. announced this Thursday (12) the launch of XTAGE, its own platform for trading cryptocurrencies, in partnership with Nasdaq. It will be integrated into the XP application, should be 100% operational by the end of June and, initially, will bring the possibility of trading Bitcoin (BTC) e Ethereum (ETH). The company says the trading … Read more

“Wall Street” closes lower, and “Nasdaq” leads the losses

The main indicators closed in Wall Street Stock On Wednesday, the Nasdaq led the losses, after the release of inflation data in the United States failed to calm investors’ nervousness about raising interest rates. The US Labor Department said Wednesday that the consumer price index rose 0.3 percent last month, the smallest rise since August, … Read more

Significant fall on Wall Street after presentation of inflation figures – Nasdaq down over three percent

The article continues below the ad A shaky week on Wall Street continued on Wednesday, when all three leading indices opened with a fall, before turning around a short time later. The result was a broad fall for the key indices. This is what it looks like after closing time: The S&P 500 fell 1.6 … Read more

Bitcoin Price Falls to Lowest Level Since July 2021, What Causes It?

ILLUSTRATION. Bitcoin price fell to its lowest level since July 2021 on Monday (9/5/2022). Source: Reuters | Editor: Barratut Taqiyyah Rafie KONTAN.CO.ID – HONG KONG. Bitcoin price fell to its lowest level since July 2021 on Monday (9/5/2022). Launch Reuters, Bitcoin prices fell as the US stock market slumped amid concerns about the Federal Reserve’s … Read more

Wall Street had a red day and technology companies were the hardest hit | Economy

The question among investors is whether the Fed will be able to carry out its plan to increase interest rates without throwing the economy into recession. Wall Street spent all Monday morning in the red and its main indicator, the Dow Jones Industrials, lost 1.54% at mid-day; however, the most pronounced fall was suffered by … Read more

US stock markets plummeted. The Nasdaq fell five percent

Top events Turkish inflation is not slowing down A year before the election, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is coming under increasing pressure from the public and opposition parties. April inflation in Turkey rose by an incredible 70 percent year on year. Transport and food in particular rose sharply in the country. Critics blame Erdogan … Read more

Technology stocks are flooded with red, the index is already losing a fifth of its value

The day after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) raised its key interest rate by half a percentage point in an effort to stop rising inflation, investors sold out technology stocks, which are generally considered to be drivers of market growth. According to analysts, investors are worried that the US economy is facing dark times. For … Read more

Bags, April in red. Europe pays the bill for the war, Milan -6.6% since the beginning of the invasion. Nasdaq: the worst month since Lehman

The performance of stocks such as Apple and Amazon weighed on the day, dropping more than 12 points, due to a weak outlook for the current quarter due to problems with supply chains, inflation and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The new rise in inflation does not help. The measure preferred by the Fed to … Read more

Broad rise on Wall Street – Nasdaq rose three percent

The article continues below the ad Just before the stock market opened, recent figures for the state of the US economy were released. They showed that gross domestic product (GDP), ie the value of everything produced by goods and services, fell by 1.4 percent in the first quarter. The figures were surprising as a large … Read more