Friday , January 22 2021

World exports decline after China's export slowdown shares world-wide



BANGKOK (AP) – Shares were lower in Europe and Asia Monday, increasing Wall Street losses, after China's slowdown in exports.

KEEPING SCORE: The DAX of Germany lost 0.9 percent to 10.791.30 euros and CAC 40 with France fell by 1 1 4.734.02. In the United Kingdom, FTSE fell by 100 percent to 6,847.09. Wall Street set a downward trend in the beginning of the week, dropping the Dow future contract by 1% and reducing the S & P 500 contract by 1%.

ASIA DAY: The Hong Kong Hang Seng index was 1.4% to 26,298.33, Shanghai Composite reached 0.7% to 2,535.77. South Korea's Kospi fell 0.5.5 million, and Australia's S & P ASX 200 was 5.773.40. India Sensex dropped 0.4 percentage points to 35,853.56. The shares also fell to Taiwan and Southeast Asia. The Japanese markets were closed for the holidays.

CHINA TRADING: China said on Monday it had contracted US exports in December, although the US surplus of commodity surpluses amounted to $ 321 million in 2018. Sales in the US accounted for 11.3% and 478.4 million dollars during the year; Donald Trump in a fight over Chinese technology intentions. Customs data showed imports of American goods more than 0.7 percentage points higher than 2017, and the impact of the Peking rate reactions and importer impulses were purchased from other non-supplier countries.

ANALYSIS CRITERIA: "Risks continue to be the current preventive crossroads, through a torrent of turbulent currents, that investors also adopt a more defensive approach, according to the increase in the Fed's warning for patience," said Innowner Stephen Innes in a comment.

BREXIT TALK: The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has informed Parliament on Monday that he had received more guarantees from the European Union regarding the Breit Agreement, in order to prevent the collapse of the agreement as a result of the last agreement. At the beginning of May, a vote was held on the eve of the election of the Parliamentary Parliament. The victory against the court would make it possible for EU parliaments to block Brexit as the "disaster" of "faith in the British democracy".

ENERGY: Benchmark U.S. Gross oil accounted for 97 cents for $ 50.62 per kilo of e-commerce in New York's trading. It lost 1.9% on Friday, with $ 51.59 in cash. Brent Crude, the international standard, lost $ 1.01 and $ 59.47 in the barrel. 1.9% slipped to $ 60.48 in London's barrel.

CONGRATULATIONS: The dollar had 108.48 yen trading on Friday, 108.48 yuan. The euro reached 1,4566 $ 1,1457 $.


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