Dow ends brutal session with 3.1% loss, Nasdaq down 4%
11 Octobre, 2018, 03:28 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
USA government bonds resumed a selloff after rising to multi-year highs last week, with the 2-year yield rising to 2.906%, its highest level since June 2008.
US stocks plunged to their worst loss in eight months on Wednesday as technology companies continued to drop.
It was the fifth negative day for the S&P 500, and the longest losing streak during the Trump presidency.
Trade-sensitive industrial stocks also fell as tensions between Washington and Beijing persisted.
Today technology stocks saw their worst overall day since 2011 as investors concerns continue to mount over rising interest rates.
Highly performing companies are often hit the hardest when fears rise over rapidly increasing interest rates and the S&P Information Technology Index (INDEXSP:SP500-45) is comprised of some of the world's most valuable technology stocks such as Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL), and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB).
In further evidence that stocks can rally despite rising Treasury yields, LPL Research found that in all 12 periods of rising 10-year yields since 1996, the S&P 500 ended the period higher than it began, according to senior market strategist Ryan Detrick.
The Standard & Poor's 500 index fell 94 points, or 3.3%, to 2,785 on Wednesday, its biggest one-day loss since February 8.
Big moves in interest rates tend to unsettle investors, and they can also push them to sell stocks and buy bonds instead.
U.S. stocks notched solid gains in the third quarter as investors brushed aside worries about trade wars and focused on strong corporate earnings and solid United States economic data.
Tom Cahill of Ventura Wealth Management said investors were unnerved by remarks from luxury company LVMH of a crackdown on some goods in China amid the country's bitter dispute with the US. Higher rates can slow economic growth, erode corporate profits and make investors less willing to pay high prices for stocks. A move of more than two deviations, or 40 basis points now, leads to negative S&P 500 returns, Goldman says.
Oil prices fell more than two percent as US stocks plunged, even though energy traders anxious about shrinking supply from Iran due to US sanctions and kept an eye on Hurricane Michael, which closed almost 40 percent of US Gulf of Mexico output.
Showtime is also putting together a limited series starring Russell Crowe as Ailes and Naomi Watts as Gretchen Carlson . Other characters that will be included in the film are former anchor Greta Van Susteren and former host Bill O'Reilly.
Kevin Tway hit three consecutive birdies in the play-off to seal his first PGA Tour title at the Safeway Open in California. I was kind of right there, but kind of hanging around. "There was debris flying everywhere".
L'enquête fédérale a débuté à la fin 2017, à la suite d'un rapport de l'Unité des fraudes sportives de la police fédérale. Les enquêteurs sont repartis du Standard vers 10h30 ce matin avec les documents demandés par la justice.
She's also faced headlines about her financial situation, the state of her mansion and allegations of wild partying. TV personality and former glamour model Katie Price has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.
Other victims were found in Arta and the coastal town of S'illot, where the overflowed creek reaches the sea. The flooding also affected phone communications, destroyed two bridges and forced the closure of 11 roads.
During the red carpet, Camila posted an Instagram revealing who DID get the honor of taking her to the 2018 American Music Awards. After singer her long-awaited track, the singer-songwriter warranted a standing ovation from the moved audience.
D'après Reuters, en raison de la complexité de l'affaire, l'appel pourrait mettre des années avant d'être jugé. En juillet dernier, Google a écopé d'une amende record de 4,34 milliards d'euros en Europe au sujet d'Android.
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Sears hires a bankruptcy expert
The retailer warned last month it may go out of business if the deals proposed by Lampert were not approved. Sears and Kmart had 89,000 employees as of February 3 of this year, according to a company filing.
Scientists confirm water ice at moon's poles
In a recent study , researchers reported a new discovery, 50 feet tall "ice spikes" covering parts of the moon's surface. Astronomers didn't know what this meant, only that it suggested something weird was going on in Europa's ice.
Le journaliste Jean Lanzy est décédé à Aigues-Mortes — Gard
Le couple était "tombé en amour pour Aigues-Mortes", disait-il, au point de s'y fixer définitivement intra-muros pour sa retraite. Il est par la suite nommé directeur délégué de l'information et, en 1985, directeur délégué aux programmes et à l'information.
McConnell says Kavanaugh fight widens gender gap
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Pope Francis compares abortion to 'hiring a killer'
It also forbids euthanasia but says that a family or a patient can decide to stop using extraordinary means to keep people alive. Francis this year opposed a bill that would have legalised abortion in his home country of Argentina.