Author Geoffrey Smith
Investing.com – U.S. markets reopened sharply Monday due to fears of rising prices, combined with rising bond yields and rising oil prices, combined with weaker earnings to lower expectations.
Although the technology did not work well, the losses were significant. By 9:45 AM ET (1445 GMT), it was down by 518 points, or 1.4%, at 35,394 points, down four weeks. It was also 1.3% lower and 1.5% lower.
This came last week as the US Treasury yields rose sharply over the past two years. 10-year yields hit 1.85% before returning to 1.81%, while the two-year yields rose above 1% for the first time since panic attacks. Meanwhile, prices have risen to seven years as Iranian troops backed by Iran in Yemen against the United Arab Emirates have raised concerns that manufacturers around the world may find it difficult to meet their promise to increase supplies to global markets.
Big sales covered major M&A issues, with Microsoft (NASDAQ 🙂 agreeing to pay $ 50 billion for publishing videos with the Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ 🙂 problem. The merger will make Microsoft, which already owns Minecraft Publishers, the world’s third-largest video game and finance company – a remarkable development for questioning CEO Satya Nadella’s position on Microsoft’s Xbox position in the future when he took over the leadership of a software giant.
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