Made from strong energy and strong quarterly results of the Berkshire Hathavai investment firm, Dow Jones rose 0.8 percent to 25,461 points, while the S & P 500 gained 0.6 percent to 2,738. In contrast, Apple shares a share of the Nasdaq Technology Index by 0.4 percent to 7328 points.
The US has again imposed sanctions on Iran, which has led to an increase in oil prices. Chevron shares are more than 3.6 percent.
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Perry, however, released Apple's share again. After a 6% slide on Friday, disappointing prospects, Friday's shares lost 4% on a temporary basis, falling below $ 200 for the first time since the beginning of August. They close with minus 2.8 percent just above this mark. The Japanese business list "Nikkei" has announced that the group will stop planned additional production lines for the new iPhone KSR.
The Swiss Stock Exchange had a tendency on Monday. The price gain of SMI's tough skills has pulled the market into a profit zone with relatively low sales. "Investors are looking at the many expected US high school elections," says a stockbroker. The largest SMI index rose 0.2 percent to 9009 points.
Shares of companies with a crisis business model were required, and financial and industrial stocks had profited. The largest indices in the food and pharmaceutical sector Nestle, Novartis and Roche, as well as the shares of the telecom group Svisscom, increased by 1.2%.
In contrast, the shares of Credit Suisse and UBS banks fell by 0.8 and 0.6 percent, respectively. With insurance companies, lowering prices is low, Swiss Re has even achieved 0.3 percent in plus.
On the broad market, Dufri's shares fell by 4.6 percent. A duty-free shop operator has reduced the growth forecast.
U-block headlines drop 13.7 percent to 113.90 francs. UBS has lowered the tariff for the chip maker to 110 of 135 francs. The recommendation is "Sell". (Read the detailed comment on the stock exchange on Monday.)
The day before the American congressional elections, investors in New York are mostly covered. Dow Jones is growing on Monday in opening minutes, though by 0.4 percent, but caught only a fraction of the losses on Friday. The Composite Nasal was reduced by 0.5%, and the S & P 500 slightly increased. Last week, Dov and S & P each received 2.4%, Nasdak 2.7%.
According to polls, the survey of the elections for Republicans Donald Trump could spoil the appetite of investors for several tax incentives. The choice of billionaires as president of the United States launched a rally on US stock exchanges two years ago. But be careful, such a dealer. Concrete results are not expected until Wednesday night.
Apple lost 2.6 percent after the release of possible production bottlenecks in Christmas business dropped 6.6 percent on Friday. The Japanese business list "Nikkei" has announced that the group will stop planned additional production lines for the new iPhone KSR.
The Swiss stock market can not completely decide on the route at the beginning of the week. After a stable opening, the SMI was a little less, but now it's a bit in Plus. Investors are beginning to wait a bit after a strong week last week after renewing their hopes for an early solution to the trade dispute between China and the United States last week.
SMI win just over noon by 0.1 percent to 8999 points. The SLI of 30 shares, where the stock of large inventories is limited, is currently losing 0.3 percent to 1418 points, and the broad SPI is 0.1 percent lower at 10,613 points.
The hardest companies Nestle, Novartis (both + 0.7%) and Roche (+ 0.6%) hold SMI more. Novartis invites you to Research and Development Day on Monday. In the meantime, Roche is again convinced that in the future he will be able to make up for lost sales with new products.
On the other hand, Dufri (-5.2% to 108.40 francs) are obviously below the wheels after the numbers. New goals for the current year indicate a further reduction in organic sales and a lower margin in the last quarter, according to market commentary.
Dufri knows how to meet expectations for the third quarter, but falls behind goals. In the premarket trading, the action reveals progress on Friday. https: //t.co/snBRJVBj1d # Aktien # Schweiz pic.tvitter.com/KIiZoZinRR
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GAM (+ 1.6%), meanwhile, acquires a broad market with a plus after additional speculation in the media about possible negotiations on the sale or purchase of interests. (Read detailed stock market report at noon.)
The Swiss market index dropped by 0.2% on Monday after trading. The Swiss reference index was closed on Thursday and fell sharply Friday, after rising sharply three days earlier and recovering 9,000 points Wednesday.
A somewhat negative opinion Monday repeated on signals from a trade conflict between China and the US after investors re-relied on a swift transaction last week. Even weak economic data from China could be devoted to buying mood. This week, investors will be paying tremendous attention to the Federal Fed meeting on Tuesday and Thursday, along with the US elections, on Tuesday. However, the US Federal Reserve is likely to stick to the published scenario and leave the key rate unchanged.
Roche Pharmaceuticals (+ 0.3 percent) and Novartis (+0.6 percent) stabilized SMi on Monday with pricing premiums. Today Novartis is holding a Research and Development Day. The group hopes to quickly launch gene therapy from the portfolio of the recently acquired American company Avekis. Nestle is 0.2 percent less.
Svatch (-1.6 percent) and Richemont (-0.3 percent) profit. The biggest gains on Friday were the producers of luxury products with a plus of about 4 and 3 percent. China, including Hong Kong, is an important watch market in Switzerland, which is why cyclical benefits are first of all the news of thawing on the trade front.
They attack Dufri (-2.5 percent). Traveling the retailer continued to grow in the first nine months of 2018. However, organic development in the third quarter turned into a negative territory. And looking ahead, Dufri expects a persistently challenging environment.
GAM's broader GAM market drops 0.4 percent, after the media continue to speculate on possible negotiations on the sale or purchase of interest. According to a report by the Financial Times, the British financial concern Schroders is interested in the "Systematic Cantab" section. However, GAM rejected Schroders' advance for the Hedgefond division, it says. There is a concern that the sale of one of the most valuable companies would make it difficult to sell the whole group.
For U-block (-4.5 percent), UBS confirmed the recommendation for sale and reduced the price. The actions of Cembra Monei Bank are difficult to change. CEO Robert Oudmaier confirmed the winning goals for 2018 in an interview for cash.ch.
Cembra Monei Bank recently celebrated its fifth birthday. In a final interview, CEO Robert Oudmaier comments on the challenges of IPO, the digitization of payments and dividends. https: //t.co/HsVMKDPR5i # Aktien # Schweiz # Dividends # creditcard pic.tvitter.com/MFcvpv1LP2
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The Swiss Market Index (SMI) before trading was 0.26 percent lower than on Friday to 8969 points. Negative demands from the Far East, the investors agreed carefully. Before Tuesday's high school elections in the US are expected, investors should be cautious in every case, the market writes.
In addition, early settlement in the US-China trade dispute also flared, which provided support to the market in the past week. But investors are also looking at the oil market as new US sanctions on Iran come into force. Experts disagree on how much Iranian forces have been withdrawn from the world market.
All 20 SMI shares traded 0.15 to 0.3 percent lower. The exception is Richemont, the stock drops 0.75 percent. On the broad market, U-block and Dufri are all seeing 3.75 percent lower. The second published quarterly data on Monday. The duty-free shop operator increased its profits in the first nine months to 136.4 of 122 million francs in the same period last year. Ebitda margin rose by 40 basis points to 12.3 percent. The company expects the EBITDA margin to range from 12 to 12.3 percent.
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Declining hopes for a speedy dispute in the tariff dispute between the US and China are once again causing problems for Asian stock markets. The Japanese index Nikkei lost 1.5 percent on Monday to 21,899 points. The Shanghai Stock Exchange lost 0.5 percent to 2,663 meters.
Actions in Asia sank as a threat to technical changes, too much torrential trading noise and a slowdown in global momentum. Investors remain focused on China-US trade, medium-term US conditions. The Juan falls as trade optimism converges. Pound jump on Brekit optimism. Oil is a lower start of sanctions in Iran. pic.tvitter.com / 6K0iZeoVNE
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Hoping to reach an agreement soon in the months they are negotiating with Brekit, investors pledged on Monday with the British currency. The British pound has temporarily increased by 0.7 percent to $ 1.3062 and reached the highest level in two weeks. According to brokers, the reason for the meeting was the report of the Sundai Times newspaper, which states that British Prime Minister Theresa Mai solved the biggest obstacle in difficult negotiations with the EU.
Nikkei of 225 leading stocks fell by 1.4 percent to 21,934 points. Broader Topik is reduced by one percent to 1641 points. Economic Advisor to US President Donald Trump Larry Kudlov has previously reduced the expectations of the US President's meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
In the case of individual stocks, the share of Fast Retailing crashed by 5%. Retail clothing disappointed the markets with a drop in sales in October by ten percent.
Nikkei, if in the hope of the US resolution on the Chinese trade, is fading; Fast Retailing tumbles https: //t.co/1uEE639PuS pic.tvitter.com / vUZajkogig
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The euro has slightly increased in trade in the Far East against the dollar. The unique European currency cost 1.1396 dollars. The Swiss franc weakens. It is about 1,0040 francs against the dollar and about 1,1439 francs per euro.
(Cash / AVP / Reuters)