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美国股市下跌,交易员关注收益和新冠肺炎救助方案

2020-7-29 11:53

 

纽约,7月28日(新华社)——周二,华尔街主要股指下跌,投资者消化了一系列令人失望的收益报告,并关注美国新冠肺炎救助方案的争论。


道琼工业指数. dji收低205.49点,或0.77%,报26,379.28点;标准普尔500指数收低20.97点,或0.65%,报3,218.44点;Nasdaq综合指数收低134.18点,或1.27%,报10,402.09点;


标准普尔500指数11个主要类股中有8个收低,其中原材料类股下跌2.18%,领跌。房地产上涨2.05%,表现优于其他行业。


美国在美国上市的中国公司股价普遍走低,标准普尔美国上市的中国50指数成分股中按权重排名前10的股票中有8只以悲观情绪收盘。


在收益方面,3M股价下跌4.85%,因第二季度营收和利润低于预期。


美国快餐巨头麦当劳也公布了低于预期的第二季度收益。该公司股价收盘时下跌2.49%。


与此同时,投资者仍持谨慎态度,因为美国国会议员尚未就下一个新冠肺炎救助法案的规模和范围解决分歧。


周一下午,参议院共和党人公布了1万亿美元的新冠肺炎救助方案,其中包括减少联邦失业救济,另一轮1200美元的直接支付给个人,以及对企业和学校的责任保护。


参议院共和党人的计划将把每周额外的失业救济金从600美元削减到200美元,这可能是与民主党人谈判的关键症结,民主党人希望在1月份之前保持救济金水平。


华尔街等待着美联储的重要声明。


美联储周二开始为期两天的政策会议,周三将公布利率决定。

 

NEW YORK, July 28 (Xinhua) -- Wall Street's major indexes dropped on Tuesday, as investors digested a slew of disappointing earnings reports and eyed the debate over a U.S. COVID-19 relief package.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 205.49 points, or 0.77 percent, to close at 26,379.28. The S&P 500 was down 20.97 points, or 0.65 percent, to 3,218.44. The Nasdaq Composite Index fell 134.18 points, or 1.27 percent, to 10,402.09.

Eight of the 11 primary S&P 500 sectors finished lower, with materials down 2.18 percent, leading the laggards. Real estate rose 2.05 percent, outperforming the others.

U.S.-listed Chinese companies traded mostly lower, with eight of the top 10 stocks by weight in the S&P U.S. Listed China 50 index ending the day on a downbeat note.

On the earnings front, 3M shares slid 4.85 percent on its lower-than-expected revenue and profit for the second quarter.

U.S. fast-food giant McDonald's also reported second-quarter earnings that missed expectations. The stock closed down 2.49 percent.

Meanwhile, investors remained cautious as U.S. lawmakers haven't settled their differences over the size and scope of the next COVID-19 relief bill.

Senate Republicans released their 1-trillion-dollar COVID-19 relief proposal Monday afternoon, which includes a reduction in federal unemployment benefits, another round of 1,200-dollar direct payments to individuals, and liability protection for businesses and schools.

The Senate Republicans' plan would slash extra weekly unemployment benefits from 600 dollars to 200 dollars, which could be a key sticking point in negotiations with Democrats, who have wanted to maintain the level of benefits through January.

Wall Street awaited a key announcement from the Federal Reserve.

The U.S. central bank kicked off its two-day policy meeting on Tuesday, followed by an interest rate decision on Wednesday.

 

来自: xinhua