European investors disappointed the stock market fell U.S. oil rose nearly 5%- securities Sohu

European investors disappointed the stock market fell U.S. oil rose nearly 5%- securities Sohu today announced that the European central bank interest rates and the size of the debt purchase period, unchanged, many investors disappointed. However, the European Central Bank pointed out that, if necessary, the QE project will be extended until March 2017, until the inflation path close to the target. According to a Bloomberg survey, nearly half of the respondents economists expect the European Central Bank will take action at the meeting tonight, and almost all the remaining surveyed economists expect the European Central Bank will launch a new policy in October or December meeting. Foreign exchange offshore renminbi (CNH) against the dollar in New York period fell, Beijing 05:00 fell 0.13%, at 6.6801 yuan, the dollar following a sharp rebound in oil prices, the offshore renminbi liquidity crunch continues; foreign media quoted traders in New York reported that after buying CNH to see the dollar, higher than the average level of trading volume, short-term implied yields jumped CNH a limit cycle, the implied yield rose to 4.2712%, the highest since July 29th, the 12 month period of CNH forward points rose to 1435 points. The stock market in three major U.S. stock indexes fell slightly, ending four with Yang from the NASDAQ closing record high of 5283.926 points. Specifically, the S & P 500 index fell 4.86 points, or 0.22%, at 2181.30 points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 46.23 points, or 0.25%, at 18479.91 points. The Nasdaq composite index fell 24.44 points, or 0.46%, at 5259.48 points. Bond yields hit a month the biggest one-day rise in specific view, the U.S. 10 year benchmark bond yields rose 7.5 basis points, the highest since August 5th the biggest rises to 1.614%, a record high of two weeks. 30 year U.S. bond yields rose by 8.6 basis points, the biggest one-day gain in more than two months, to $2.322%. U.S. bond yields rose 3.6 basis points in two years, the biggest one-day gain in the first week of two, to $0.778%. Commodity WTI October crude oil futures closed up $2.12, or 4.66%, the highest since April, the largest single day U.S. dollar and percentage increase, at $47.62 barrel, a record high since the end of August 26th. October Brent crude oil futures closed up $2.01, or 4.19%, at $49.99 a barrel, closing a moment ago topped $50 barrel integer psychological barrier, the highest since August 19th closing high. U.S. oil rose nearly 5% to a high of $two last week, mainly due to last week, the U.S. EIA crude oil inventories fell by 14 million 513 thousand barrels a day, the largest single week decline since January 1999. Gulf oil imports fell to 2 million 500 thousand barrels a day, a record low in 1990. Traders said the tropical hurricane Hermione caused part of the cargo unloading affected in Dezhou and Louisiana Louis Bay, caused the decline in imports. According to Reuters, New York energy management agency, a senior partner Domini;相关的主题文章: