[US stocks close]Worry about the slowdown in the growth of technology companies, the Dow fell 149 points, the Reserve Bank’s reverse repurchase broke through a trillion dollars for the first time-Hong Kong Economic Times-Real Time News Channel-Market Finance-Stock Market

U.S. inflation indicators are flat monthly, but some Reserve officials have issued “hawkish” remarks that the financial market is ready to reduce debt purchases in the fall, and investors are worried that large technology stocks that benefit from the epidemic and soaring profits will grow. The slowdown has dragged down the three major U.S. stock indexes and the Nasdaq fell 0.7%. However, electric vehicle stocks rose, Tesla (US: TSLA) bucked the market and rose 1.5%, and Chinese electric vehicle stocks rose by 10%.

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At the same time, the Fed’s reverse repurchase scale exceeded US$1 trillion for the first time in history, reflecting that the Reserve’s unlimited implementation of the QE bond purchase program and the implementation of fiscal stimulus measures by Washington have led to severe excess liquidity in the market.

The Dow closed down 149 points to 34,935 points; the Nasdaq fell 105 points to 14,672 points; the standard index fell 23 points to 4395 points; the U.S. 10-year bond yield reported 1.233%, and the U.S. reported 92.13, up 0.3%. European stocks retreated at high levels, and Stoxx 600 closed down 0.45%.

Amazon’s revenue and profit outlook for this quarter were worse than expected, and its stock price plummeted 7.7%; heavy machinery manufacturer Caterpillar warned of rising costs and its stock price fell 2.73%, making it the largest decliner of the Dow stocks.

The reduction in US crude oil inventories pushed up oil prices. New York oil futures rose 0.45% to US$73.95; Brent oil futures rose 0.37% to US$76.33.

Fed reverse repurchase demand exceeds $1 trillion for the first time in history

Bank of America: The Fed’s reverse repurchase operation volume may take 5 years to return to zero

Key news:

[US Inflation]US June core PCE rose 3.5% year-on-year, low market expectations

[Chinese concept stock storm]The United States only requires Chinese companies to list in the United States to disclose more information. Foreign media have reported that the SEC suspends the listing of Chinese companies.

Market trend:

[02:56]The Dow fell 140 points or 0.4% to 34943 points; the Nasdaq fell 100 points or 0.7% to 14,678 points. The benchmark index fell 28 points or more than 0.6% to 4390 points. Tesla (US: TSLA) bucked the market and rose, but the increase narrowed to about 1% from more than 2% earlier

[02:35]New York September crude oil futures real price closed up 0.33 US dollars on Friday, or 0.45%, to 73.95 US dollars; London Brent September crude oil futures closed up 0.28 US dollars, or 0.37%, to 76.33 US dollars

[01:46]December gold futures in New York closed down 1.0% to US$1817.20.

[00:53]The Dow fell 99 points or 0.3%, and the Nasdaq fell 79 points or 0.5%. The benchmark index fell 18 points, or 0.4%. Tesla (US: TSLA) bucked the market and rose 2.7%

[00:42]U.S. oil broke through the US$74 mark and expanded to 0.53%, setting a new high since July 14 to US$74.01

[23:07]The Dow fell 86 points and the Nasdaq fell 0.6%.

[21:57]The decline of US stocks narrowed. The Dow fell 7 points, the Nasdaq fell 0.6%, and the benchmark index fell 0.3%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow fell 61 points, the Nasdaq fell nearly 1%, and the benchmark index fell 0.6%.

[21:01]After the release of inflation data, Dow futures fell 81 points and Nasdaq futures fell 1.1%.

[19:34]Dow futures fell 105 points, and Nasdaq futures fell nearly 1%.

[12:04]Dow futures fell 92 points to 34882 points; standard index futures fell 33 points to 4378 points; Nasdaq futures fell 194 points or 1.3% to 14,843 points.

【11:04】U.S. conference members criticize NBA stars for endorsing Chinese brands

【09:00】Apple intends to issue $6.5 billion in bonds, expected to increase cash reserves for repurchases and dividends

【08:14】Robinhood’s first dive is over 8%, the worst performance among IPOs of the same size in the United States

【07:42】Amazon’s revenue and outlook are worse than expected, the stock price fell more than 7% after the market

==Following July 29th (Thursday) Stock Market ==

US GDP grew by 6.5% in the second quarter, which was far below the expected 8.4%, but consumer spending was strong, and the number of first-time jobless claims declined last week. The three major U.S. stock indexes rose, and the Dow and the benchmark index hit record highs. The Dow closed up 153 points to 35084 points; the Nasdaq rose 15 points to 14,778 points; the standard index rose 18 points to 4419 points.

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The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield was reported at 1.272%, and the U.S. exchange rate was weak. The end fell 0.42% to 91.9, a new one-month low. The price of gold hit its biggest one-day increase in six weeks. New York’s December gold futures closed up 1.7% to $1,835.8.

PayPal’s (U.S.: PYPL) second-quarter profit fell 23% year-on-year to US$1.18 billion, and revenue rose 19% year-on-year to US$6.24 billion. As expected, the stock price fell 6.23% to US$283.17. UBER (U.S.: UBER) fell 3.14% to US$44.69. SoftBank reportedly will sell US$2.1 billion in its online car-hailing business in a block transaction through Goldman Sachs. Robinhood, a retail trading platform advertised as zero commission, was listed on Thursday and closed down 8.37%.

US President Biden called on Congress to extend the moratorium on landlord evictions that expires on July 31 to protect these vulnerable tenants and their families, as the Delta variant virus continues to spread across the United States.

European stocks rose across the board. Shell and Airbus led the gains. British, French and German stocks rose 0.88%, 0.37% and 0.45% respectively.

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hot news︰

[The Reserve Board discusses interest rates]Powell: The Reserve Board discusses the opportunity to cut debt purchases for the first time

[Number of U.S. Unemployment Benefits]U.S. first claims for unemployment benefits fell to 400,000 people, inflation in 38 years, the core PCE price index rose 6.1% in the second quarter

Market trend:

[02:42]The Dow rose 178 points or 0.5% to 35109 points, the Nasdaq rose 24 points or 0.2% to 14,787 points; the standard index rose 24 points or 0.55% to 4424 points

[02:31]New York September crude oil futures closed up 1.23 US dollars, or 1.70%, to 73.62 US dollars.London Brent September crude oil futures closed up 1.31 US dollars, or 1.75%, to 76.05 US dollars

[01:52]New York December gold futures closed up $31.20, or 1.7%, to $1,835.80

[01:16]The U.S. Federal Reserve’s use of reverse repurchase tools on Friday (July 29) was US$987.3 billion.

[01:07]The Dow rose 209 points or 0.6% to 35140 points, the Nasdaq rose 47 points or 0.3% to 14,810 points; the standard index rose 25 points to 4426 points

[00:33]Robinhood’s stock price fell 12% to 33.35 US dollars. The company previously set the issue price at the lower end of the 38 US dollars promotion range.

[00:25]Robinhood, a US commission-free online trading platform, broke on the first day of listing, and the market fell by more than 1%. The IPO price was $38, which was at the bottom of the pricing range.

[23:29]Tesla’s growth rate expanded to 5%.

[22:52]The Dow and the benchmark index broke the top, the Nasdaq rose 0.4%, Tesla (US: TSLA) Musk said AI day is scheduled to be held on August 19, the stock price soared 4%; Facebook (US: FB) worried about growth Slowing down, the stock price fell more than 3%.

[21:31]The Dow rose by 202 points to 35,133 points. The index rose 14 points to 4414 points. The Nasdaq was flat at 14,762 points.

[20:45]Dow futures continued to rise by 118 points, Nasdaq futures fell 5 points, 10-year bond yields fell short-term, and are now trading at 1.253%. The United States reported 91.94.

[18:00]Dow futures rose 139 points, and Nasdaq futures fell 7 points.

[12:20]Dow futures rose 12 points to 34943 points; standard index futures fell 5 points to 4395 points; Nasdaq futures fell 41 points or nearly 0.3% to 14,976 points.

【11:41】CNBC: China will continue to allow Chinese companies to list in the US

【11:24】SoftBank reportedly intends to sell one-third of UBER stock to make up for more than 30 billion losses in Didi investment

【08:34】Qualcomm’s revenue in the last quarter increased by 63% year-on-year, and its stock price rose nearly 3% after the market

【08:14】Facebook expects revenue growth to slow in the second half of the year, stock price drops more than 3% after the market

==The following July 28 (Wednesday) stock market ==

After discussing interest rates, the Reserve Board announced that it would maintain interest rates unchanged, saying that it has not been conditionally initiated to initiate quantitative reduction (QE) measures. However, Chairman Powell mentioned that for the first time in the meeting, there was an in-depth discussion on the timing, rhythm, and composition of reducing debt purchases. The committee members had many different views and emphasized that no decision had been made. Relevant remarks put the Dow under pressure repeatedly, the Nasdaq still rose 0.7%, and the benchmark was stable. The Dow closed down 127 points to 34,930 points; the Nasdaq rose 102 points to 14,762 points; the standard index fell less than 1 point to 4,400 points. European stocks closed up 0.66%, led by technology stocks.

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Apple (US: AAPL) shares fell 1.22% to US$144.98 due to concerns about slowing growth; Google parent company Alphabet (US: GOOG) fell 0.3% to US$2,727.63; Microsoft (US: MSFT) stock price softened after hitting a new high , Closed down 0.11%, to 286.22 US dollars.

U.S. crude oil inventories fell by 4.1 million barrels, a more-than-expected decline, the ninth week of decline in the past 10 weeks. New York oil futures closed up 1.03% to $72.39. Brent oil futures rose 0.35% to $74.74.

US Republican Senator Rob Portman said that on the $1.2 trillion base proposal, cross-party senators have eliminated major differences and reached consensus. The Democratic Senate Majority Leader Schumer said that the voting procedure to initiate the bill debate will be conducted as soon as Wednesday night.

In addition, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that the initial value of the merchandise trade deficit in June expanded to 91.2 billion U.S. dollars from 88.2 billion U.S. dollars in the previous month, and is expected to be 88 billion U.S. dollars. Among them, imports in June increased by 1.5% month-on-month to US$236.67 billion, and exports increased by 0.3% to US$145.46 billion.

Performance and key news:

[U.S. Economy]The U.S. Merchandise Trade Deficit Expands to 91.2 billion U.S. Dollars in June

[US stock performance]Boeing turned losses into profit in the second quarter, rose more than 5% before the market

[US stock performance]McDonald’s second quarter results beat expectations, net income increased by more than 3.5 times year-on-year to US$2.2 billion

[US stock performance]Pfizer: There is a need for a third dose of vaccine to raise the annual sales target of Fubitai vaccine to 261.3 billion yuan

Market trend:

[22:28]The Dow fell 40 points, and the Nasdaq rose more than 0.7%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 42 points to 35101 points. The index rose 8 points to 4410 points. The Nasdaq rose nearly 0.5% to 14,729 points.

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[20:43]Dow futures rose 12 points, and Nasdaq futures rose more than 0.4%.

[19:43]Dow futures fell 15 points, and Nasdaq futures rose 0.3%.

[18:42]Dow futures fell 54 points, and Nasdaq futures rose nearly 0.1%. The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield was reported at 1.256%.

[17:17]Apple (US: AAPL) set a record for its third-quarter revenue, but warned that tight component supply will affect iPhone and iPad sales in the current quarter. The stock fell 0.9% before the market.

[17:13]U.S. stock futures have developed individually. The road futures are now down 0.02%, and the index and Nasdaq futures are up 0.2% and 0.3% respectively.

[16:13]European stocks performed well in the early stage, with the UK FTSE 100 index rising 0.08%, the French CAC index rising 0.4%, and the German DAX index rising 0.06%.

[12:49]The Dow and Nasdaq futures fell more than 0.2%, and the standard index futures fell 0.15%.

【07:00】[AAPL]Apple’s sales in Greater China increased by 58% last quarter, helping revenue hit a new high

【07:00】【Alphabet Performance】Alphabet’s quarterly performance gains 1.7 times more, up 4% after market close

【07:00】[Microsoft Performance]Microsoft’s quarterly results beat expected revenue and underperformed Apple

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==Following July 27th (Tuesday) Stock Market ==

The sharp decline in the Chinese and Hong Kong stock markets affected investment sentiment. The US durable goods orders data in June were lower than expected. The market continued to worry about the pace of economic recovery, the Delta variant virus, and the central bank’s discussion of tightening policies. US stocks retreated yesterday, led by technology stocks, and the Nasdaq fell about 2.3% at one point.

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The Dow once fell 266 points, and funds entered the bond market, and the US 10-year bond yield fell to as low as 1.2278%. However, strong US consumer confidence data narrowed the decline of the Dow.

The Dow closed down 85 points to 35,058 points; the standard index fell 20 points to 4401 points; the Nasdaq fell 180 points or 1.2% to 14,660 points. European stock markets fell across the board, British stocks fell 0.42%; German stocks fell 0.64%; French stocks fell 0.71%.

U.S. stocks welcome the performance period of technology stocks. Apple and Alphabet were listed after the market closed on Tuesday, and their stock prices fell about 1.5%. The electric car leader Tesla (Tesla) has a brilliant quarter, and its stock price has fallen 1.95%. Logistics company UPS’s US business revenue fell short of expectations, and its stock price fell 7%.

China Education stocks rebounded, New Oriental and Good Future rose 12.9% and 25.2% respectively; Tencent ADR Gaogang closing price was 2.8%.

New York oil futures closed down 0.36% to US$71.65; Brent oil futures fell US$0.02 to US$74.48. New York gold futures closed slightly higher at US$1,799.8, failing to stabilize US$1,800.

The United States announced that durable goods orders (initial value) rose 0.8% in June, which was worse than the expected rise of 2.2%, and fell month-on-month. As for the house price index rose 1.7% in May, exceeding the expected 1.6%, but it fell back on a month-to-month basis. S&P/CS house price index in 20 major cities rose 16.99% in May, exceeding expectations of 16.33%

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Market trend:

[02:41]The Nasdaq fell 236 points or 1.6% to 14604 points. The current low of the market was 14503 points, which dropped 336 points or 2.3%; the Dow fell 167 points or 0.5% to 34976 points; the index fell 0.75 points. %, reported 4389 points

[02:32]New York September crude oil futures closed down 0.26 US dollars, or 0.36%, to 71.65 US dollars.London Brent September crude oil futures closed down US$0.02, or 0.03%, to US$74.48

[02:02]The Nasdaq’s drop in the midday market intensified, temporarily dropping 291 points or 2% to 14,549 points, and temporarily the market low fell by nearly 14,500 points, hitting 14,503 points, plummeting 336 points or 2.3%; the Dow fell 218 points or 0.6%, reported 34926 points; the index fell 1%, reported 4379 points

[01:45]August gold futures in New York closed up 0.03% to 1,799.80 US dollars.

[01:16]The Fed’s use of reverse repurchase tools on Tuesday (July 27) was US$927.4 billion.

【00:49】The benchmark index plummeted 1%, the first decline in 5 consecutive days, led by consumer goods, technology and energy stocks.BlackRock Investment said that market volatility is rising, due to increased concerns about variant strains, tight positions and quiet summer trading have aggravated volatility

[00:42]The Dow fell 191 points or 0.5% to 34,953 points, and temporarily fell 266 points in the market; the Nasdaq fell more than 1.8% or 268 points to 14572 points, that is, the market fell more than 2% and fell sharply 308 points; the index fell 0.9%.

[00:04]New York silver futures fell more than 3%, hitting a new low since April 1 to 24.515 US dollars per ounce

[22:31]The Dow fell 112 points, and the Nasdaq’s decline intensified, now down 1.2%, and the index fell 22 points. After Tesla’s performance, it fell 2.3% to $642.2. Apple fell 1.5% to US$146.84, AMD fell 0.8% to US$91.02, Microsoft fell 1.3% to US$285.3, and Google fell 1.1%.

[21:31]US stocks opened, the Dow fell 209 points to 34,934 points, the Nasdaq fell 0.3% to 14,797 points, and the standard index fell 21 points to 4401 points.

[18:05]Dow futures fell 150 points, Nasdaq futures fell 0.1%, and standard index futures fell 15 points. The U.S. 10-year bond yield fell 1.6% to 1.256%.

[12:05]Dow futures fell 56 points to 34978 points; standard index futures fell 6 points to 4407 points; Nasdaq futures fell 19 points or 0.1% to 15,098 points.

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【09:42】Amazon denies accepting Bitcoin as payment this year

【07:00】Tesla’s performance exceeds expectations, net profit breaks $1 billion for the first time, increases 10 times, and Bitcoin impairs $23 million

==Following July 26 (Monday) Stock Market ==

The market is looking forward to the success of the giant technology companies, and the US stocks have turned up again and again, with the three major indexes hitting new highs. However, after the China and Hong Kong stock markets staged “Black Monday”, the decline of US-listed Chinese concept stocks continued. Allison Lee, a member of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), said that Chinese companies listed in the U.S. must disclose the government’s risk of affecting their business as part of their regular risk disclosure factors.

See the closing of US stocks:

The Dow once fell 111 points and closed up 82 points to 35144 points. The benchmark index and the Nasdaq index closed up 0.24% and 0.03%, respectively, to 4422 and 14,840 points. Toy maker Hasbro (Hasbro) achieved satisfactory quarterly results, with its stock price soaring 12%.
Tesla (US: TSLA) will announce its second-quarter results after the market, and its stock price rose 2.2%.

In addition, sales of new homes in the United States unexpectedly fell in June, recording the lowest level since April last year. The Delta variant virus casts a shadow on the economic recovery, but the focus of US stocks this week is on the financial reports of technology giants such as Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Tesla; the market is waiting to see the results of the Fed’s interest rate discussion this week, providing clues to corporate recovery and policy prospects .

Gold prices fell slightly on Monday, falling below the $1,800 mark. New York gold futures closed down 0.1% to $1799.2, the lowest since July 6. The price of Bitcoin soared by more than 16%, rising above the $40,000 mark for the first time since June.

[U.S. Economy]New home sales in the United States unexpectedly drop in June, recording the lowest level since April last year

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[Focus this week]FAAMG, Tesla and other technology giants announce results on Thursday, the Federal Reserve Board’s July interest rate meeting

[U.S. Economy]New home sales in the United States unexpectedly fell in June, recording the lowest level in April last year

Market trend:

[02:47]The Dow rose 64 points or 0.2% to 35126 points, the Nasdaq fell less than 1 point, and the standard index rose 5 points to 4417 points.

[02:31]New York September crude oil futures closed down 0.16 US dollars, or 0.22%, to 71.91 US dollars.London Brent September crude oil futures closed down 0.16 US dollars, or 0.22%, to 71.91 US dollars

【02:01】New York’s August gold futures closed down 0.1% to 1,799.20 US dollars.

[01:46]US stocks have not changed much. The Dow rose 24 points, the Nasdaq fell 4 points, and the index rose 5 points.

[01:25]The Nasdaq Golden Dragon China Index fell 5.2% in intraday trading. The index is moving towards its biggest two-day decline since 2008, and has lost more than $740 billion since reaching a record high in February this year.

[01:15]The U.S. Federal Reserve’s use of reverse repurchase tools on Monday (July 27) was US$891.2 billion.

[23:26]The Dow rose 23 points, the Nasdaq fell 7 points, and the index rose 3 points. Energy stocks were strong, with Chevron (US: CVX) and Exxon Mobil (US: XOM) rising more than 2%.

[22:34]The Dow fell 90 points and the Nasdaq rose 0.1%. Amazon (US: AMZN) rose more than 1%, and Tesla (US: TSLA) rose more than 2%.

[21:57]The Dow fell 33 points, the Nasdaq index turned up, and Didi (US: DIDI) fell more than 1%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow fell 47 points to 35014 points. The index fell 4 points to 4407 points. The Nasdaq fell 0.2% to 14,083 points.

[19:10]Dow futures fell 133 points, and Nasdaq futures fell more than 0.2%.

[17:34]Dow futures fell 171 points, and Nasdaq futures fell nearly 0.2%.

[17:06]Dow futures fell 211 points, and Nasdaq futures fell 0.2%.

[16:10]Chinese concept stocks continued their decline. Pinduoduo (US: PDD) fell 14%, Shell (US: BEKE) fell more than 20%, Weilai (US: NIO) and Xiaopeng Motors (US: XPEV) It fell more than 5%, Tencent Music (US: TME) fell more than 13%, and Jingdong (US: JD) fell more than 6%.

[12:05]Dow futures fell 146 points to 34805 points; standard index futures fell 12 points to 4390 points, and Nasdaq futures fell 11 points or nearly 0.1% to 15,086 points.

【11:34】Ideal car passed the hearing to raise up to 11.7 billion yuan to see the five major concerns

【09:46】It is rumored that Amazon has researched cryptocurrency payments, Bitcoin has risen 15%, approaching 40,000 U.S. dollars, and nearly 10,000 U.S. dollars a week

【07:30】Furui: Tencent Music’s share price includes concerns about losing exclusive rights and maintains a target price of $36

[07:30]U.S. stocks performed well last Friday. Despite mixed economic data, strong earnings reports still boosted U.S. stocks. The three major indexes hit record highs. The Dow closed up 238 points or 0.68% to 35061 points; the Nasdaq rose 152 points or 1.04%, reported 14836 points; the index rose 44 points or 1.01%, reported 4411 points.

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