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Tác giả : admin | 14 - 04 - 2021 | 7:33 AM | 659 Lượt xem

Chỉ số Địa điểm Điểm Biến động
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Indices Location Points Variation
Mỹ - America      
Dow US 33,677.27 ▼-68.13 ▼-0.20%
S&P 500 US 4,141.59 ▲13.60 ▲0.33%
Nasdaq US 13,996.10 ▲146.10 ▲1.05%
Châu Âu - Europe    
FTSE 100 UK 6,890.49 ▲1.37 ▲0.02%
DAX Germany: Xetra Indices 15,234.36 ▲19.36 ▲0.13%
CAC 40 France: Euronext Paris 6,184.10 ▲22.42 ▲0.36%
FTSE MIB Borsa Italiana 24,600.35 ▲143.17 ▲0.59%
IBEX 35 Spain: Madrid 8,525.10 ▼-7.50 ▼-0.09%
Stoxx 600 Europe 435.75 ▲0.51 ▲0.12%
Châu Á Thái Bình Dương - Pacific Asia    
Nikkei 225 Japan 29,751.61 ▲212.88 ▲0.72%
Hang Seng Hong Kong Exchange 28,497.25 ▲43.97 ▲0.15%
Shanghai China: Shanghai 3,396.47 ▼-16.48 ▼-0.48%
Sensex India: Bombay 48,544.06 ▲660.68 ▲1.38%
Singapore Singapore 3,187.90 ▲13.97 ▲0.44%
Việt Nam      
VN Index Hochiminh city: HOSE 1248.33 ▼-4.12 ▼-0.33%
HNX Index Hanoi: HNX 292.19 ▼-3.35 ▼-1.13%
Upcom Hanoi: Upcom 83.13 ▼-0.97 ▼-1.15%
Hàng hóa cơ bản- Commodities      
Gold U.S.: Nymex $1,747.60 ▲14,9 ▲0.86%
Crude Oil U.S.: Nymex $60.18 ▲0.48 ▲0.8%

Australian shares surrendered early gains in a choppy session to end flat on Tuesday as investors awaited inflation data from the United States before making further bets, with energy and mining firms cancelling out gains in tech stocks. Australian mining stocks tumbled 0.7% to mark their third straight session in the red, even as iron ore prices jumped on robust demand worldwide.

Japanese shares rose on Tuesday, led by gains in stocks of glass product companies and department store operators after their robust earnings, though concerns about rising domestic COVID-19 cases undermined travel-related shares.

China stocks ended lower on Tuesday, extending losses into a third day on weakness in financials and consumer discretionary shares, as robust trade data added to investor concerns that authorities could begin to tighten policy.

South Korean shares rose on Tuesday to their highest close in nearly three months, buoyed by tech heavyweights and strong buying by foreigners, while upbeat trade data from China further lifted investor sentiment further. Both the won and the benchmark bond yield slid.

Indian shares ended more than 1% higher on Tuesday after the government moved to fast-track approvals for foreign COVID-19 vaccines, with beaten-down financial stocks leading the gains.

European shares hovered just below all-time highs on Tuesday, little changed by U.S. inflation data that suggested the Federal Reserve’s accommodative policy stance would remain intact.

European earnings will kick into higher gear later in April and analysts expect a 47.4% jump in earnings for STOXX 600 companies, according to Refinitiv IBES data. Much of the support is likely to come from consumer cyclicals and industrial firms.

US: The Nasdaq Composite hammered out a 0.7% advance at the starting bell, with chip stocks showing strength and Nvidia (NVDA) jumping poast a buy point in early trade. The Dow Jones industrials dropped 180 points, down 0.5% ans Johnson & Johnson fell while Apple (AAPL) rallied. The S&P 500 remained effectively flat on the stock market today.

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