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MARKET REVIEW. The New York Stock Exchange opened in dispersed order on Tuesday, misguided by signs of economic slowdown in China and Europe, at the start of a week shortened by a holiday and which promises to be poor in indicators and results.
The Toronto Stock Exchange opened lower.
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Stock market indices at the opening
In Toronto, the S&P/TSX lost 67.31 points (-0.33%) to 20,477.97 points.
In New York, the S&P 500 fell by 15.88 points (-0.35%) to 4501.31 points.
The Nasdaq lost 46.13 points (-0.33%) to 13,982.06 points.
The DOW decreased by 80.51 points (-0.23%) to 34,757.20 points.
The loon fell by US$0.0010 (-0.13%) to US$0.7345.
The oil rose US$1.59 (+1.86%) to US$87.14.
L’or fell by US$9.30 (-0.47%) to US$1,957.80.
The bitcoin fell by US$146.09 (-0.56%) to US$25,741.97.
“The market has done well this year. It took a break in August and now investors are looking for clues as to what the end of the year will look like,” said Adam Sarhan of 50 Park Investments.
In this context, operators noted the drop in the Caixin index of activity in services in China, which fell to 51.8 points in August against 54.1 in July.
In addition, the PMI composite index (all sectors combined) in the euro zone fell to its lowest level in 33 months, at 46.7 points.
These poor macroeconomic figures come as the New York market emerges from a three-day weekend (Monday was a public holiday) to begin a week during which, on the American side, few indicators and company results are expected.
In addition, September has the reputation of being the worst month of the year for equities, which does not entice investors to commit.
For Adam Sarhan, the good course that stocks have had this year remains fragile, because it is essentially due to a handful of technological stocks boosted by the vogue of artificial intelligence.
Sam Stovall of CFRA Research notes that the movement has recently broadened to more sectors and stocks, and sees this as reason for optimism.
The lack of momentum in equities was also due to the recent rise in bond yields, which firmed up again on Tuesday. The yield on 10-year US government bonds stood at 4.24%, against 4.17% on Friday at the close.
On the stock market, the giant technological capitalizations were marking time, likeAmazon (AMZN, -1,30%), Nvidia (NVDA, -0.77%) or Apple (AAPL, -0,59%).
Manchester United (MANU)listed in New York, unscrewed (MANU, -19,36%)weighed down by information from the British daily Daily Mail, according to which the Glazer family, the majority shareholder of the club, is preparing to withdraw ManU from the sale, judging the offers submitted so far to be too low.
The asset manager Blackstone (BX, +3,37%) and the accommodation booking platform Airbnb (ABNB, +7,67%) profited from their entry into the S&P 500.
Warner Bros Discovery (WBD) progressed (WBD, +2,51%), despite a warning on the result, linked to the strike of screenwriters and actors in Hollywood. The social conflict affects “the ability of society to produce and deliver content”, announced the audiovisual giant.
The New York group expects to see its operating profit cut by 300 to 500 million US dollars for its entire financial year.
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