Close Deutsche Bank stocks fell on Thursday crisis

Close: Deutsche Bank stocks fell on Thursday the crisis fermentation of U.S. stock market center: exclusive offer full industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes warrants to view the latest market stocks Sina News 30 am Beijing time, U.S. stocks fell on Thursday. Europe’s banking sector and the Fed’s interest rate hike in December, the possibility of the pressure on the u.s.. Deutsche Bank headquarters EST at 16:00 on September 29th (Beijing time at 04:00 on September 30th), the Dow fell 195.86 points, at 18143.38 points, or 1.07%; P index fell 20.24 points, at 2151.13 points, or 0.93%; the NASDAQ fell 49.39 points, at 5269.15 points, down 0.93%. Investors are paying close attention to the troubled German lender Deutsche bank. The bank has been plagued by concerns about the health of its balance sheet, particularly if it has the ability to withstand a $14 billion ticket issued by the U.S. Department of justice. Deutsche Bank on Thursday in the United States listed shares fell sharply. Related news by Deutsche Bank on Thursday, the Dow fell 248 points. Goldman (GS) and Merck (MRK) were dropped. Standard & Poor’s 500 index, public utilities sector generally decline. In Thursday afternoon trading stocks, the market focus has shifted to OPEC from frozen production agreement the European banking sector, because there have been reports by Deutsche Bank derivatives clearing hedge fund has withdrawn some extra cash and options. Voya Financial, senior market strategist Karin Cavanaugh (Karyn Cavanaugh) said: "no matter when we heard that the banking sector risk, everyone will think of the Domino effect, it is buried deep in the hearts of everyone. People are trying to compare it with the European banking crisis of 2008." Some analysts believe that the bank crisis posed a threat to the global market. Cavanaugh said, in addition to the bank crisis, Wells Fargo (WFC) scandal also magnifies the fears of banking emotions. Alpine Partner senior dealer Brett Chesney (Bret Chesney) said: "the bank shares fell is the market had foreseen, because many portfolio managers are responsible for selling the stock problems. However, the whole market is a bit too much of a reaction to the stock, just as it did yesterday." According to the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) reached an understanding of restrictions on crude oil production, and is considering production will be reduced to 32 million 500 thousand barrels per day to between 33 million barrels. WTRG Economics energy economist James – (James Williams), said the OPEC set production targets will lead to oversupply". He said that if you want to make oil prices up 5相关的主题文章: