Stock Market Fell in Pre-Market Trading Session

The US stock market fell in pre-market trading session as investors in the United States and all over the world feared for a slow economic recovery amid surging COVID-19 cases all over the world.

The US stock market fell in pre-market trading session as investors in the United States and all over the world feared for a slow economic recovery amid surging COVID-19 cases all over the world.

On Monday morning, the Dow Jones fell 1.44 percent to be at 29,679.00, while the Nasdaq 100 fell 0.99 percent to be at 12,586.25 and the S&P 500 fell 1.65 percent to be at 3,645.00.

In Asia, the HSI fell 0.72 percent to be at 26306.68, while Japan’s NIKKEI fell 0.18 percent to be at 26714.42, and China’s SHANGHAI jumped 0.76 percent to be at 3420.57. In European markets, the STOXX fell 2.29 percent to be at 3025.28 and the FTSE fell 2.18 percent to be at 6388.92.

In commodities, oil prices fell 3.66 percent to be at $47,44 per barrel, while natural gas prices fell 1.22 percent to be at $2,67 per BTU.

Meanwhile, platinum prices fell 3.85 percent to be at $1,002 per ounce while copper prices fell 1.62 percent to be at $3,57 per pound. Also, gold prices fell 0.18 percent to be at $1,885 per ounce and silver prices jumped 1.68 percent to be at $26,47 per ounce.

In currencies, the Euro jumped 0.7723 percent to be at $0,8220 per US dollar, while the Yen jumped 0.2226 percent or 0.2300 points and the Sterling jumped 1.6894 percent to be at $0,7524 per US dollar.


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