Stocks in the United States worsened in afternoon trade, the end of the day that is emerging as the worst year since the financial crisis. The treasures slipped and oil profits were erased.
The S & P 500 opened more optimistically than President Donald Trump would move to a trade agreement with China, but the advance was set aside 28 percent below the average. North American equity markets have regular schedules on Monday. The stock reference value is in the worst December since the Great Depression, the worst month since February 2009 and the worst year since 2008.
Stocks around the world are limited to the end of a lamentable year in which the low-income markets of Japan are seen in Germany. The main stock of savings in Europe was 13% of falls in the year, the most important since 2008.
Thank you, the profits that took it over US $ 46 per barrel were eliminated. It continues following its first annual decline since 2015. The dollar dropped as the government closed. The euro remained constant against the dollar after the populist government of Italy won the final parliamentary approval for its 2019 budget.
World stocks are set for their worst year since the financial crisis, while oil is sinking in its most pronounced quarter-on-quarter fall since 2014. There are many risks for events in the next 12 months, since the start from the United Kingdom to the European Union to the trade between the United States and China the talks and the constant confrontation between President Trump and the Congress on the budget. The American political landscape is also disturbing for investors after leaving senior positions and the repeated criticism of Trump to Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell.
Below are the main markets made this year:
The S & P 500 dropped 7.7 percent Industrial Dow lost 6.6 percent Nasdaq fell 6 percent The Russell 2000 dropped 14 percent The Stoxx Europe 600 dropped one 13 percent The MSCI Asia Pacific Index dropped 15 percent The MSCI Emerging Markets Index dropped 16 percent The 10-year Treasury lost 7.3 percent. The German benchmark won 43 percent. The Bloomberg Doll Index Index went up 3.7 percent. The Japanese yen fell by 2.6 percent. The euro fell by 4.7 percent. West Texas crude oil fell 25 percent in the US $ 45 a barrel of gold fell 4.6 percent
Elsewhere, emerging market shares rose and their currencies were stable even though China's factory data was contracted.
Here are some events that investors can focus on in the coming days:
The December work report from the U.S. is due on Friday, January 4. Fed president Powell is interviewed with predecessors Janet Yellen and Ben Bernanke at the annual meeting of the American Economic Association on Friday. Atlanta's president, Raphael Bostic, joins a panel on long-term macroeconomic performance.
And these are the main movements in the markets:
The S & P 500 index rose 0.5 percent from 12:32 a.m. New York time The Nasdaq Composite added 0.5 percent, which began its first four-day concentration from August. The Stoxx Europe 600 index rose 0.4% to the highest in more than one week. The worldwide index MSCI All-Country won 0.2% at its highest in more than one week. The emerging market index of MSCI rose 0.4 percent to the highest in more than one week.
The Bloomberg Dollar points index dropped 0.1 percent to the lowest in almost 10 weeks. The euro decreased less than 0.05 percent to $ 1,1442. The Japanese yen increased 0.3% to 109.93 dollars, the strongest in about six months. The British pound rose 0.6 percent to $ 1,2774, the strongest in more than three weeks with a bigger increase of nearly three weeks. MSCI's emerging market currency index rose less than 0.05 percent to the highest in almost four weeks.
The 10-year bond yield rose to a basic point to 2.73 percent. 10-year British performance gained a basic point to 1.277 percent.
Bloomberg's commodity index dropped 0.7 percent. The West Texas intermediate crude dropped 0.2 percent to 45.23 US per barrel. The number rose 0.2 percent to $ 1,282.90 at an ounce, the highest in almost seven months.