European stocks fell to a low of about a week by commodity stocks dragged

European stocks fell to a low of about a week by the commodity stocks dragged down the U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes warrant remittance network February 25th News – Wednesday (February 24th) the European stock market fell for second consecutive days, to a week low, because the price of copper and oil prices for commodities stocks have further selling pressure. Pan European FTSEurofirst 300 index fell 2.3%, to about a week low, expanding the previous day’s decline of 1.3%. Britain’s FTSE 100 fell 1.6%, to 5867.18 points, CAC method stock index fell 1.96% to 4155.34 points, the German DAX index fell 2.64% to 9167.80 points. Since 2016 the index has dropped 12%, due to the second largest economy in the world, the main consumer of commodities — China worries about an economic slowdown has hit the global market. Commodity stocks bear the brunt of the sell-off, STOXX Europe 600 basic resources index plunged 6.5%, after the price fell, involved in the ongoing concerns about the economic situation of Chinese. European oil and gas stocks fell 2.8%, oil prices fell following the trend, major oil exporter Saudi Arabia had ruled out the possibility of production cuts. Anglo American, Jia Nengke, the Australian mining giant BHP Billiton and other mining stocks, as well as the main oil company BP and the Shell Holland Petroleum Group also fell sharply. German commercial bank analyst Peter Dixon said, "the possibility of commodity prices and commodity stocks upward because of limited supply of goods is still excess, the holdings of the shares now is not a good time." Standard Chartered plunged 4.4%, the continuation of the previous trading day fell 6.7% of the trend, after the bank announced the 2015 profit drop, Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch, Nomura lowered the target price for. But the Holland enterprise information and publishing company Wolters Kluwer shares rose 5.2%, the largest increase in the FTSEurofirst 300 Index constituent stocks, after the company released a slightly better than expected results. According to Thomson Reuters StarMine data, as of now, 55% of the European STOXX 600 index fourth quarter results reached or exceeded analysts’ estimates, 45% of the company is lower than the market forecast. German DAX index hour chart shows   responsible editor: Ji Yan 欧股收跌至约一周低位 受商品类股下跌拖累 美股行情中心:独家提供全美股行业板块、盘前盘后、ETF、权证实时行情   汇通网2月25日讯——周三(2月24日)欧洲股市连续第二日下跌,至一周低位,因铜价和油价下跌给商品相关类股带来进一步卖压。   泛欧FTSEurofirst 300指数下跌2.3%,至约一周低位,扩大了前一交易日1.3%的跌幅。   英股富时100指数收低1.6%,至5,867.18点,法股CAC指数收跌1.96%,至4,155.34点,德国DAX指数收挫2.64%,至9,167.80点。   该指数2016年以来已经下跌12%,因对世界第二大经济体、主要商品消费国–中国经济放缓的担忧打击了全球市场。   商品类股首当其冲遭抛售,STOXX Europe 600基本资源指数暴跌6.5%,此前铜价下跌,受累于对中国经济状况的持续担忧。   欧洲油气类股指数大跌2.8%,跟随油价下跌的走势,此前主要石油出口国沙特阿拉伯排除了减产的可能性。   英美资源集团、嘉能可、澳洲矿业巨擘必和必拓等矿业股,以及主要石油公司BP 和皇家荷兰 壳牌石油集团也大幅下跌。   德国商业银行分析师Peter Dixon称,“商品价格和商品类股上行的可能性有限,因商品供应仍过剩,现在不是增持这类股的好时机。”   渣打急跌4.4%,延续了前一交易日大跌6.7%的走势,此前该行公布2015年获利大降,美银美林、德意志银行和野村下调了该行目标价格。   但荷兰企业信息和出版公司Wolters Kluwer股价大涨5.2%,在FTSEurofirst 300指数成份股中涨幅最大,此前公司发布略好于预期的业绩。   根据汤森路透StarMine数据,截至目前,55%的European STOXX 600指数成份股第四季业绩达到或超过分析师预估,45%的公司低于市场预估。   德国DAX指数小时图显示   责任编辑:吉言相关的主题文章: