The NY market continued to decline on the 23rd [NY market/closed]

Fisco Japan ·  May 24 05:46

[NYDOW · NASDAQ · CME (table)]

NYDOW; 39065.26; −605.78

Nasdaq; 16736.04; -65.50

CME225; 38560; -540 (large ratio)

[NY Market Data]

The NY market continued to decline on the 23rd. The Dow average closed at 39,065.26 dollars, which depreciated 605.78 dollars, and the Nasdaq closed at 16,736.04, which fell 65.50 points. Semiconductor NVIDIA's favorable financial results led to an improvement in investor sentiment, and it remained steady. After that, long-term interest rates rose due to employment-related indicators and PMI being stronger than expected and expectations of interest rate cuts receding, and the upper price of the market was suppressed. Furthermore, Boeing's decline weighed on the Dow, pushing down the index further and turning into a decline, and remained soft throughout the day. The NASDAQ also remained strong in the early stages, but until the end, profit-taking sales ahead of consecutive holidays also became heavy and turned into a decline, and it ended. By sector, while semiconductors and manufacturing equipment rose, automobiles and auto parts declined. The Chicago Nikkei 225 futures settlement value is 38,560 yen, which is 540 yen lower than the Osaka daytime ratio. In the ADR market, Kashima <1812>, SoftBank G <9984>, Ebara <6361>, HOYA <7741>, Isuzu <7202>, TDK <6762>, NTT <9432>, etc. fell in comparison with the Tokyo Stock Exchange (156.94 yen equivalent to 1 dollar), and became almost completely depreciated.

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