Investors’ outlook on the Apple’s sales have spoiled the day for every share in Japan today, as the country has gone to work for the first time this year. Overall the numbers suggest that the slump is going to go on as Apple and Facebook are showing today.
Oil is recovering, which is nice for the moment, as the greenback is following the crude, but who knows how long the growth is going to go on for. Euro and pound are mixed.
Topix fell 2 percent.
S&P 500 gained 0.4.
Hang Seng increased 1.3 percent.
Shanghai Composite added 1.8 percent.
Nikkei Stock Average 225 dropped 2.26 percent.
Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 2.83 percent.
Dollar added 0.1 percent – the first gain for the currency this year.
Euro costs $1.14 – up by 0.2 percent.
Pound gained 0.7 percent - $1.26.
Yen lost 0.6 percent – 108.26 yen per dollar. Yesterday’s performance was the strongest in 8 months.
Pound is at $1.2669 point.
Apple experienced a horrible drop yesterday and the shares are once again down by 9.96 percent - $142.19.
Facebook lost 2.9 percent - $131.74.
Amazon is down by 2.52 percent - $1500.28 per share.
Tesla is down by 3.15 percent - $300.36 per share.
WTI rose 0.7 percent - $47.42 per barrel.
Brent added 0.63 percent - $56.3 per barrel.
Gold gained 0.19 percent - $1297.3 per ounce.
Silver surged 0.4 percent - $15.86.
Platinum increased 0.69 percent - $803.23 per ounce.