The first-quarter reporting season on Wall Street raises the gears this week, and among the companies that will publish reports is Facebook
(181.44 + 1.77%)
(123.76 + 0.32%)
(1,887.31 + 1.38%)
And the American automobile manufacturer, For
Wall Street trades steady with declines, with the Dow Jones falling 0.2%, the Nasdaq is trading flat and the S & P 500 is also trading flat.
Sharality on Wall Street
Rising by 0.2%, Ceragon
(4.23 + 12.50%)
Leaps 6.5%, Ceva
(23.78 + 2.06%)
Rising 1.8 percent, Brainsway
Climbing 1.6%, Camtek
(10.34 + 2.58%)
Climbing 0.7% on the other hand, Allot
(8.03 + 0.25%)
Decreases by 0.25%.
The leading indexes on Wall Street opened in declines, in the background of the continued financial statements season for the first quarter of the year. The Nasdaq Index is down 0.3% at the opening, the Dow Jones is losing a similar rate, and so is the S & P 500 Index. The Fear Index (VIX) jumps about 10% in the background of fears of extreme swings on indices sailing near an all time high.
The price of oil is jumping more than 2% to above $ 65 per barrel, against the backdrop of US sanctions on Iran.
Futures for leading indexes on Wall Street are signaling declines in the opening, in the background for the rest of the reporting season. Nasdaq futures are down 0.5%, the Dow Jones is losing 0.34% and the S & P 500 is losing 0.3%.
The price of oil jumps after the United States did not renew the permits given to certain countries to import oil from Iran, in continuation of sanctions imposed by the United States. Oil is up 2.2% to $ 65.4 a barrel.
Asian trading closed in a mixed trend. Nicky
(22,230 + 0.05%)
Rose by 0.1%, Shanghai
Fell by 1.7% and Heng Seng
(29,981.3 + 0.06%)
Lost 0.5%. European stock exchanges are closed today for Easter.
Trading in Asian stock exchanges is also a mixed trend at this time. Nicky
(22,230 + 0.05%)
Rising by 0.15%, but Shanghai
Dropping 1.6%, and Heng Seng
(29,981.3 + 0.06%) Loses 0.5%.