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    5,510.33

    -305.40 -5.25%
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    5,815.73
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    Open: 5,815.73
    Close: 5,510.33
    5,407.06 Day Low/High 5,815.73
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    4,898.79 52 Week Low/High 7,727.49

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    Overview

    Key Data

    • Open 5,815.73
    • Day Range 5,407.06 - 5,815.73
    • 52 Week Range 4,898.79 - 7,727.49

    Performance

    5 Day
    • 6.16%
    1 Month
    • -16.26%
    3 Month
    • -27.92%
    YTD
    • -26.94%
    1 Year
    • -24.30%

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    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has coronavirus — what happens when a world leader tests positive?

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    U.K. stocks hammered as coronavirus cases spiral higher and Boris Johnson tests positive

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    European stocks tumble as U.S. coronavirus cases surpass China and global spread intensifies

    Global Equities and U.S. Stock Futures Tumble as American Coronavirus Cases Surpass China

    7073彩票注册Global equities and U.S. stock futures fell on Friday, as the coronavirus spread intensified and investors looked to take some profit at the end of a strong week

    U.K. Prime Minister Johnson tweets he has tested positive for coronavirus

    7073彩票注册U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tweeted that he has tested positive for coronavirus. "Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government's response via video-conference as we fight this virus," he said.

    European stocks and U.S. futures fall as American coronavirus cases climb

    European stocks opened lower, tracking losses for U.S. stock futures as investor concern grew over climbing cases of the coronavirus in America. The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 1.7% to 315.96, with the FTSE 100 index out in front with a 3.1% drop to 5,634.43. Dow Jones Industrial Average stock futures fell 248 points, or 1.1%, to 22,105, while S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 futures dropped over 1% each. Losses come after the Dow industrials re-entered bull-market territory on Thursday, with a gain of more than 6%, while the Stoxx Europe 600 rose 2.7%. The U.S. now has the most cases of coronavirus in the world, passing China with more than 85,000 cases.

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    European stocks turn higher, putting market on track for third straight gain

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    U.K. stocks slip for first time in three sessions

    Bank of England keeps rates at nearly zero and says could expand asset purchases if necessary

    7073彩票注册The Bank of England voted unanimously to keep interest rates at 0.1% and maintain its £200 billion program of buying UK government bond and sterling non-financial investment-grade corporate bond purchases. "Regarding the impact of asset purchases, gilt yields fell significantly following the previous week's special MPC meeting and the commencement of additional gilt purchase operations from 20 March. If needed, the MPC can expand asset purchases further," the central bank said.

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    Oil companies help drive gains for London stocks

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    European stocks climb, then reverse after U.S. lawmakers reach $2 trillion coronavirus aid deal

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    Britain becomes latest country in lockdown as police enforce new restrictions

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    British stocks join global rally on first day of lockdown

    U.K. composite PMI slumps to survey low of 37.1 in March

    The flash U.K. composite purchasing managers index fell in March to a survey low of 37.1 from 53 in February, according to the latest data from IHS Markit/CIPS. Any reading below 50 indicates deteriorating conditions. The services index plunged to a record low 35.7 from 53.2. "Historical comparisons indicate that the March survey reading is consistent with GDP falling at a quarterly rate of 1.5-2.0%, a decline which is sufficiently large to push the economy into a contraction in the first quarter. However, this decline will likely be the tip of the iceberg and dwarfed by what we will see in the second quarter as further virus containment measures take their toll and the downturn escalates," said Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit.

    European stocks jump amid tentative signs Italy getting virus spread under control

    European stocks rose on Tuesday amid tentative signs that the coronavirus spread is slowing in Italy, one of the worst-hit countries, as negotiations continued on a U.S. stimulus package. The German DAX jumped 6% in opening trade, and the French CAC 40 rose over 4%. Markets also rallied across Asia, as the Nikkei 225 jumped 7.1% in Tokyo and the South Korean Kospi Composite rose nearly 9%. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 876 points.

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    European stocks fail to turn higher after sweeping Fed action, though Total and Shell surge

    India Leads Stock Slump. Focus Is on U.S. Senate.

    Indian stocks paced a global retreat after the country locked down more than 100 million people in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus.

    European stocks drop about 4% at the open

    European stocks opened with heavy losses on Monday, with the German DAX dropping 4.5%. It came after a weekend in which coronavirus cases spread in the U.S. and Europe with the shorthanded U.S. Senate failing to advance a stimulus package. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was quarantined after coming up into contact with a doctor who tested positive for the virus. Early movers included interdealer broker TP Icap , which plunged 47%, and IWG , which dropped after halting its dividend and stock buyback program.

    German DAX futures point to 4% opening drop, tracking sharp fall for U.S. stock futures

    European stock futures pointed to sharp opening losses on Monday, tracking a steep fall for U.S. stock futures, as investors reeled from a weekend of grim coronavirus news. As death and infection rates climbed outside of China, news that a U.S. Senate vote on a coronavirus rescue package failed to gain sufficient traction was a notable disappointment. Futures for the German DAX index pointed to a 4% drop at the start of trading, while FTSE 100 futures indicated a 4.6% drop. Dow futures pointed to a 621-point drop at the start of Wall Street trading later, with S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 futures down 3% and 2.5%, respectively. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard told Bloomberg News on Sunday that the U.S. unemployment rate could hit 30% in the coming months. More than 300,000 people globally have been infected by the coronavirus and death tolls climbed over the weekend, notably in hard-hit Spain and Italy. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel is reportedly in isolation after coming in contact with a doctor was diagnosed with coronavirus.

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    European stocks trade higher after a week of spending by global central banks and governments to combat coronavirus

    High-frequency traders earn nearly $5 billion on global stock markets a year by trading shares at slightly out-of-date prices, imposing a small but significant tax on investors, a new study says.

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    Major Stock Indexes

    Key U.S. Last Chg Chg %
    Dow Jones Industrial Average 21,636.78 -915.39 -4.06%
    NASDAQ Composite Index 7,502.38 -295.16 -3.79%
    S&P 500 Index 2,541.47 -88.60 -3.37%
    Russell 2000 Index 1,131.99 -48.33 -4.09%
    Other U.S. Last Chg Chg %
    Dow Jones Transportation Average 7,699.18 -346.29 -4.30%
    Dow Jones Utility Average Index 758.93 1.01 0.13%
    Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index 25,585.47 -891.18 -3.37%
    NASDAQ 100 Index (NASDAQ Calculation) 7,588.37 -308.76 -3.91%
    S&P 400 Mid Cap Index 1,422.92 -48.61 -3.30%
    NYSE Composite Index 10,187.21 -349.07 -3.31%
    Barron's 400 Index 525.37 -22.32 -4.07%
    CBOE Volatility Index 65.54 4.54 7.44%
    Global Last Chg Chg %
    Global Dow Realtime USD 2,345.98 78.11 3.44%
    Asia/Pacific Last Chg Chg %
    The Asia Dow Index USD 2,770.08 33.67 1.23%
    S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index 4,842.4 -270.9 -5.30%
    Shanghai Composite Index 2,772.20 7.29 0.26%
    Hang Seng Index 23,484.28 131.94 0.56%
    S&P BSE Sensex Index 29,815.59 -131.18 -0.44%
    NIKKEI 225 Index 19,389.43 724.83 3.88%
    FTSE Straits Times Index 2,528.76 41.20 1.66%
    Europe Last Chg Chg %
    STOXX Europe 50 Index 2,639.82 -85.70 -3.14%
    STOXX Europe 600 Index 310.90 -10.48 -3.26%
    CAC 40 Index 4,351.49 -192.09 -4.23%
    DAX 9,632.52 -368.44 -3.68%
    IBEX 35 Index 6,777.90 -255.30 -3.63%
    FTSE 100 Index 5,510.33 -305.40 -5.25%
    Americas Last Chg Chg %
    BOVESPA Index 73,428.78 -4,280.88 -5.51%
    S&P/TSX Composite Index 12,687.74 -683.43 -5.11%
    IPC Indice de Precios Y Cotizaciones 33,799.49 -1,907.08 -5.34%
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