Equityworld Futures – US stocks fell at the end of trading on Tuesday morning (07/02) depressed weakening crude oil,

as well as cautious investors look at the policy agenda of the White House and digest the earnings reports of issuers.

The Dow fell 0.09 percent, to close at 20,052.42, the highest decline in Verizon stock.

The S & P 500 fell 0.21 percent, to end at 2,292.56, with the energy sector leading the sector lower nine.

The Nasdaq index fell 3.21 points, or 0.06 percent, to 5,663.55.

 

Equityworld Futures | Stocks Wall Street lower on depressed

Asian stocks opened negative this morning following the slump, Wall Street and Europe. Observed Nikkei index was down 0.81% at 18823.02 pressured the yen’s rise. ASX 200 Index fell 0.39% at 5593.50 supported weakening financial and energy stocks. The Kospi index fell 0.27 percent at 2072.06.

Of the commodity markets, US crude oil futures prices at the end of trading on Tuesday morning (02/07)

slumped 1.5 percent at 53.01 dollars per barrel, pressured the strengthening US dollar and US inventories OPEC production exceeds overcome obstacles sentiment oil exports due to rising tensions between the United States and Iran.

 

Equityworld Futures | Stocks Wall Street lower on depressed

Crude oil prices for the next trading potentially weak with increased US production. Likewise, if the US dollar continues to strengthen would depress prices.

LLG while spot gold price at the end of trading on Tuesday morning (02/07) ended up 0.99 percent at 1,231.84 dollars per troy ounce, near its highest level since November, triggered by concerns about political conditions in the United States and Europe. The price of gold has the potential to move up to concerns with political conditions in the US and Europe and also the weakening of Wall Street that could potentially depress global stock markets.

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