European stocks closed lower on Friday 1.15% hit the biggest one-day decline in 5 weeks winavi video converter

European stocks closed lower Friday 1.15% hit 5 week the biggest one-day decline in U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes warrant remittance network news September 10th – Friday, European stock markets fell sharply, the main stock index in the afternoon suddenly following stocks plunge, investors respond aggressively to European Central Bank official speech the transfer of information, that speech than expected mild. The pan European STOXX 600 index fell 1.15%, and since the beginning of August the largest single day decline, the lowest closing level since September 1st. European stocks have been trapped in the narrow range in the past two months. European stocks also fell yesterday, some investors disappointed because the ECB did not discuss the timetable for extending the stimulus plan at Thursday’s meeting. European stocks afternoon following stocks plunge, before the traditional, the Fed’s dovish Boston Fed President Rosengren said the Fed may not raise interest rates in the short term. Some traders said the North Korean nuclear test also dampened market sentiment. The dollar strengthened, as investors bet on rising interest rates in September. German 10 year bond yields rebounded to positive region, the first to see in June. TJM Partners, head of trading Manoj Ladwa said yesterday, "the ECB President Delagi’s speech and halt the troops and wait, and the stock market participants uneasy. The Fed is still likely to raise interest rates by December, the market still needs to digest this expectation, so the recent round of market rally may temporarily come to an end." The STOXX 600 index Monday had hit a eight month high, but this week fell 1.4%. U.S. stocks in the afternoon, the volatility index VIX has surged to the highest since July. European stock volatility index closed up to one week high. Today, the European market fell, in addition to financial stocks, the other major plates are lower. Britain’s FTSE 100 fell 1.19%, France shares CAC-40 index declined 1.12%, stock index fell 0.95% in 30 de DAX. German DAX index hours chart responsibility editor: Li Wu SF053相关的主题文章: