U.S. De aandelen werden gepland om te komen onder druk op vrijdag, waardoor de terugkeer van sommige van de vorige…
U.S. De aandelen werden gepland om te komen onder druk op vrijdag, waardoor de terugkeer van sommige van de vorige sessies rally in een week door sterke volatiliteit die de belangrijkste indexen in en uit negatieve grondgebied voor het jaar heeft geduwd.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Futures
were down 185 points, or 0.8%, to 24.690, while those for the S & P 500 index
fell 23.7 points, or 0.9%, two 2,664, and Nasdaq-100 futures
wear 94.25 points, or 1.4% to 6.832.25.
On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average
DJIA, + 1.63%
rallied 399.95 points, or 1%, to 24.983, while the S & P 500 index
SPX, + 1.86%
advanced 49.46 points, or 1.2%, two end at 2,705.57. The Nasdaq Composite Index
COMP, + 2.95%
gained 209.93 points, finishing at 7.318.34, a rise of 2.95%, notching its best single day performance since March 26.
The Dow plunged over 600 points on Wednesday, while the Nasdaq gave up over 300 points, marking its worst day since Aug. 18, 2011 and putting the index into a widely used definition of a market correction.
For the week as of Thursday, the Dow was off 1.8%, the S & P 500 2.2% and the Nasdaq 1.8%. For the month of October so far, the S & P has lost 7.15%, the Dow is down 5.57%, and the Nasdaq has shed 9.05%.
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A recovery for stocks was looking fragile Friday, with investors understandably wary headed into the weekend, amid persistent concerns about slowing global growth, rising interest rates and concerns that they have already seen peak earnings growth for U.S. companies.
Not helping the mood was disappointing results from two of the largest tech-related companies. Amazon
AMZN, + 7.09%
posted a record profit late Thursday, but sales disappointed, and more important, its forecast for fourth-quarter sales-the all-important holiday shopping period-was below analyst expectations. Shares exceed 7% in late trading.
Read: Record profit can not save Amazon from stock downturn
Shares of Google parent Alphabet Inc.
GOOGL, + 4.40%
fell 4% in Thursday’s extended session after posting better-than-forecast earnings, but a revenue miss.
Economic data may provide a distraction on Friday, with third quarter gross domestic product expected just ahead of the open at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Time, followed by a consumer sentiment index at 10 a.m. Eastern.
Trade worries were also simmering after U.S. officials reportedly said trade talks with China will not resume until Beijing comes up with solid proposals on forced technology transfers and other economic issues.
Asian stocks fell Friday, led by a 1% drop for the Hong Kong Hang Seng Index
and a 0.8% fall for the Nikkei 225 index
The Japanese index was prepared for a weekly drop of 6%.
and gold prices
GCZ8, + 0.67%
were higher, indicative of investors seeking out perceived safer ports. Oil prices
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