Apple stock is showing signs or growth although the day didn’t exactly start off perfectly for its suppliers, as the numbers from the conglomerate’s sales department are much to be desired. The drop caused fleeing of traders and investors to safe havens which gave a really good boost to yen – a growth we haven’t seen in months for the currency.
Oil is still dropping and for the moment there is no signs of recovery for the crude.
Precious metals are mixed with gold growing and breathing underneath the shrinking greenback.
Kospi lost 0.6 percent.
S&P 500 declined 1.6 percent. The index itself rose 0.1 percent.
Hang Seng decreased 0.6 percent.
Shanghai Composite added 0.1 percent.
Nikkei Stock Average 225 dropped 0.31 percent.
Dow Jones Industrial Average grew 0.08 percent.
Dollar extends the losses with 0.2 percent decline.
Euro costs $1.1361 – up by 0.2 percent.
Pound lost 0.5 percent - $1.255.
Yen rose 1.9 percent – 106.85 yen per dollar.
Pound is at $1.2669 point.
Apple added 0.11 percent – 157.92 per share.
Facebook increased 3.5 percent - $135.68.
Amazon is up by 2.47 percent - $1539.13 per share.
Tesla is down by 6.81 percent - $310.12 per share.
WTI dropped 2.02 percent - $45.6 per barrel.
Brent declined 1.15 percent - $54.28 per barrel.
Gold gained 0.59 percent - $1291.7 per ounce.
Silver lost 0.09 percent - $15.64.
Platinum increased 0.07 percent - $765.94 per ounce.