ROUNDUP / Aktien New York Conclusion: Mostly moderate profit-taking
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NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – The US stock markets were mostly in the red on Tuesday. The technology stocks on the Nasdaq were particularly under pressure. Only the standard values on Wall Street tended to be friendly. Traders spoke of a choppy trade with low sales and blamed profit-taking after the recent price rally for the setback. News of a record increase in coronavirus cases worldwide provided slightly negative impetus.
Der Dow Jones Industrial
The sharp rise in Omicron infections brought the worldwide Covid-19 cases to a daily high on Monday. Investors are reassured by studies, according to which the Omikron variant is highly contagious, but causes less serious diseases, it said from the trade.
AlphaTrai’s investment strategist Max Gokhman attributed the downward trend to “gravity”. “There was no clear catalyst for the climb on Monday, so we’re giving some of it back today,” he said. “I don’t think today’s setback suggests any further declines, but this week’s seasonally low volume, coupled with stock-level volatility unusually high for the time of year, means a single false headline will result in a significant move one way or the other Direction if we embark on the final leg of 2021, “said Gokhman.
From an industry perspective, the flagging airline shares on the previous day fell on Tuesday with recovery gains. United Airlines papers
The shares of Novavax
The euro rate
US Treasuries rose moderately. The futures contract for ten-year Treasuries (T-Note-Future) recently advanced by 0.05 percent to 130.62 points. The yield on ten-year government bonds stood at 1.48 percent./edh/he
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