Börse Express – New York shares: Most of the profits have been given up

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NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – The US stock exchanges did not keep their opening gains on Monday. A disappointing quarterly revenue from Nvidia ultimately weighed more heavily on sentiment in the technology sector. The Nasdaq 100 lost a good two hours before the close of trading 0.27 percent to 13,171.55 points. The leading index Dow Jones Industrial was listed with plus 0.20 percent to 32,869.11 points. The market-wide S&P 500
showed little change in percentage terms at 4144.54 points.

After the surprisingly strong US labor market report on Friday, at least the Dow defied the fear of interest rates rising too quickly among the most important indices. On Wednesday, the debate about the future course of the US Federal Reserve to combat high inflation should pick up speed again. Then the consumer price data for July will be released. In June, inflation in the US rose to 9.1 percent, the highest level in over 40 years.

The chip group Nvidia clearly missed its own forecast in the past quarter. The main trigger was a significant decline in the gaming business, in which Nvidia is strong with graphics cards. Shares fell 8 percent.

The titles of the electric car manufacturer Tesla however, advanced by 2.7 percent. They benefited from a bill passed by the US Senate for high investments in climate protection, among other things.

The pharmaceutical company Pfizer wants – as speculated last week – with the multi-billion acquisition of Global Blood Therapeutics (GBT) strengthen its rare hematology business. After their high price gain at the end of last week, they now gained another 4.4 percent. Pfizer fell moderately.

Palantir’s outlook was not good for investors
on. The papers of the data analysis company fell by more than twelve percent. At the pharmaceutical company Biontech
business in the second quarter was worse than expected, the shares lost more than seven percent. First Solar
won after being upgraded by JPMorgan
almost 14 percent.

Avalara shares lost almost four percent to around 92 dollars. The investment company Vista Equity, which specializes in business software, wants to take over the company, but the offer of USD 93.50 per share apparently did not convince investors. In addition, the sales generated in the second quarter were disappointing./ajx/he

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