2007年 道指, 納指, 標普指數綜論

原帖由 swana 於 15-8-2007 05:32 發表
Aug 14, 2007

NEW YORK, Aug 14 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks skidded on Tuesday on fresh signs that global credit markets were seizing up, while a lower profit forecast from Wal-Mart Stores Inc. renew ...
thk!
有冇成交股數的資料?


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I think you have to look for it yourself.
原帖由 swana 於 15-8-2007 08:22 發表
I think you have to look for it yourself.
THK!

係yahoo搵到,道指成交股數係26.9億股,都好大下....
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歐央行續注資 美股又挫101點
(星島) 08月 15日 星期三 06:30AM
(綜合報道)



(星島日報    報道)歐洲央行    連續第四天向市場注資,但幅度是四天以來最少的七十七億歐羅,並指出市場的流動資金情況已「接近正常」,其他央行則未有再「泵水」,日本    央行更抽回相當於過去兩天注資的一萬六千億日圓    資金。

  美國    隔夜有按揭商申請破產和澳洲    有按揭商發盈警,加上瑞銀發出市場波動可能影響表現等負面消息,令周二繼續有日圓拆倉潮湧現,日圓升見一一七水平。上周出現的信貸緊絀,觸發投資者爭相吸納美元    ,帶動美元匯價兌日圓以外的其他外幣全上升。

  美國市場早段受最大零售商沃爾瑪季度盈利遜預期,引發投資者憂慮消費支出收縮打擊,加上傳再有基金停止贖回,杜瓊斯工業平均指數開市後隨即向走軟,早段報一三一三六點,跌一百零一點;納斯達克綜合指數報二五二六點,跌十六點。豐美國預託證券價格早段見一四零點七二港元,較香港收市跌零點五八港元;中移動    美國預託證券價格早段見八十四點四七港元,較香港收市跌一點九八港元。

  沃爾瑪和最大家居修飾零售商家得寶季度業績欠佳,前者股價早段下滑百分之五點五,後者更跌一成半,拖累大市走低,但分析師指出大市基調已較前幾天穩定,但互惠基金公司Sentinel Management傳要求停止贖回投資,令美股跌幅顯著擴大。

  歐洲方面雖然銀行同業拆息恢復正常,但上季經濟放緩幅度較預期大,加上美股開市跌幅擴大,倫敦    、巴黎    和法蘭克福三大歐洲股市尾段跌幅擴大,跌幅在百分之零點六至一點二五之間。

  歐洲央行周四向市場緊急注資七十七億歐羅,顯著低於周一的四百七十七億歐羅(八百七十一億港元),歐洲銀行同業的隔夜拆息也從宣布繼續注資前的四厘一三下跌至四厘○六,較上周四觸發央行大規模注資的六年新高四厘六二拆息回落逾半厘。歐洲央行指利率水平已接近正常,但仍會提供市場需要的資金。其他主要央行周二均未有跟進注資,日本央行更透過日常操作從市場抽回相當前兩天注資金額的一萬六千億日圓。

  投資者仍然憂慮次按和信貸市場惡化,加上歐洲尾段和美市早段跌幅擴大,令他們繼續迴避高風險資產,推動美元低兌一一七點七四日圓,跌零點五一日圓。其他高息貨幣則在全回軟,歐羅跌百分之零點四;英鎊跌百分之一點四三,跌破兩美元,兌一點九九八二美元;澳元和紐元也分別跌百分之零點六和百分之一點五。

  美元回升,令金價回軟三點三三美元或百分之零點五,見每盎司六六六點一七美元。紐約    九月期油則靠穩,升二十四美仙,見每桶七十一點七九美元。
Shit! Dow Jones 跌穿13000!!! Now 12972.26!!!
原帖由 fungsiusiu 於 15-8-2007 21:50 發表
Shit! Dow Jones 跌穿13000!!! Now 12972.26!!!
跌30點姐.

話口未完,上返 13000.
原帖由 devilcoach 於 15-8-2007 21:53 發表


跌30點姐.

話口未完,上返 13000.
倒升12點添! 真係畀老美玩死!
Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/ne ... bJaQ&refer=home


U.S. Economy: Inflation Slows, Production Expands (Update2)

By Joe Richter and Bob Willis


Aug. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Consumer prices in the U.S. rose 0.1 percent in July, the smallest gain in eight months, as Americans paid less for gasoline and food costs moderated.

The figures, which matched economists' forecasts, give the Federal Reserve scope to reduce interest rates if the economy weakens. At the same time, there's little sign that the 7.8 percent drop in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index from July's record and more credit restrictions are causing growth to falter: Industrial production gained 0.3 percent in July, the Fed said today, and factory use rose.

``The economy is still performing well,'' said Michael Moran, chief economist at Daiwa Securities America Inc. in New York. ``Manufacturing is brisk and there is not much upward pressure on inflation. If the financial markets weren't in turmoil, the Fed would be solidly on hold.''

The increase in the cost of living followed a 0.2 percent advance in June, the Labor Department said today in Washington. Core prices, which exclude food and energy, climbed 0.2 percent for a second month and were up 2.2 percent from a year earlier.

So far this year, prices are rising at a 4.5 percent annual rate, compared with a 4.7 percent rise in the same period in 2006. Core prices are gaining at a 2.3 percent pace, from 3 percent in the first seven months of last year.

The reports had scant impact on financial markets. Treasury notes advanced as global stocks slumped on signs losses linked to subprime mortgages were widening. The yield on the two-year note declined 4 basis points to 4.32 percent at 10:47 a.m. in New York. A basis point is 0.01 percentage point.

Energy, Food

Today's report showed energy prices fell 1 percent, the most since January, after declining 0.5 percent in June. Gasoline prices dropped 1.7 percent.

Food prices, which account for about a fifth of the CPI, rose 0.3 percent after a 0.5 percent increase in June.

``The Fed wants to be convinced that inflation is moderating, and I think that the CPI report does this,'' said Ryan Reed, an economist at National City Corp. in Cleveland. ``The global economy is well on track, and it seems as though our manufacturing sector is benefiting.''

The 0.3 percent gain in output at factories, mines and utilities followed a 0.6 percent increase in June that was more than initially reported. Capacity utilization, which measures the proportion of plants in use, grew to 81.9 percent, the highest since September, from 81.8 percent the prior month.

Reducing Inventories

Companies are churning out more goods after working off excess inventories built up late last year. Growth in industrial output, fueled by rising exports and increased business spending, is helping the economy withstand a slump in the housing market.

Bentonville, Arkansas-based Wal-Mart cut prices in July by as much as half on 16,000 back-to-school items such as notebooks and pencils. The world's biggest retailer yesterday said second- quarter profit rose less analysts anticipated and lowered its earnings forecast for the year.

Wal-Mart's Chief Executive Officer H. Lee Scott said Americans face ``difficult pressure economically.''

Lenders such as Wells Fargo & Co. and Wachovia Corp. are raising rates and imposing lending restrictions on some of their most creditworthy borrowers after a rout in the market for subprime mortgages. Subprime mortgages are sold to people with poor or sketchy credit histories.

Housing Expenses

Housing costs, which include some energy costs and account for two-fifths of the total consumer price index, advanced 0.2 percent after rising 0.3 percent. Owner's equivalent rent, which makes up 30 percent of the core CPI, increased 0.2 percent for a second month.

Medical-care costs rose 0.6 percent after increasing 0.2 percent. Clothing prices climbed 0.4 percent following a 0.6 percent decline. Auto prices were unchanged for a second month.

Almost 60 percent of the CPI covers prices that consumers pay for services ranging from airline fares to movie tickets and laundry charges.

The Fed's preferred inflation gauge, a core measure tied to consumer spending issued by the Commerce Department, was up 1.9 percent in June from a year earlier.

Some policy makers, including Ben S. Bernanke before becoming chairman, have said they would prefer the rate to be in a 1 percent to 2 percent range.

The Fed last week, in announcing it was holding its interest-rate target at 5.25 percent for a ninth time, acknowledged that financial-market turmoil and declines in housing had increased the risks to growth. Still, they maintained that inflation remained the biggest threat.

Commodities, Labor

Increases in commodity costs and rising labor expenses may leave inflation close to the top of that zone even as the economy slows, economists said.

Some companies are still raising prices to recoup earlier cost increases.

Seattle-based Starbucks Corp., the world's largest chain of coffee shops, raised U.S. prices for lattes, Frappuccinos and other drinks by an average of 9 cents a cup in July to blunt higher costs for dairy, energy and coffee.

The CPI is the government's broadest gauge of costs because it includes goods and services. A report yesterday showed wholesale prices excluding food and fuel rose 0.1 percent, less than economists forecast.

To contact the reporter on this story: Joe Richter in Washington Jrichter1@bloomberg.net

Last Updated: August 15, 2007 10:58 EDT
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