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Wall Street closed mixed amid Coronavirus potential outbreak

US indices opened the day on a positive note, but erased most of the gains as the markets opened. Netflix reported disappointing earnings and crashed 3.5%, IBM on the other hand, beat analyst expectations and jumped 3%. The NSDQ100 closed the day 0.14% higher, the DJ30 just 0.03%, and the SPX500 rose by 0.03%.

NFLXNetflix, Inc.
325.29 -12.82 (-3.79%)
98% buying
 
IBMIBM
144.08 4.91 (3.53%)
99% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Crypto market retraces, Chinese stocks plummet

  • Crypto continues to dip: As Bitcoin slowly retraces on the spike to $9K (now trades at $8,400-$8,500 range), altcoins followed the movement and edged lower as well. DASH is down 3.67% today and fighting to stay on the $100 support line, Ethereum and XRP are both down 2.65%, and IOTA has retraced by as much 5.6%.
  • Asia returns to the red: Asian markets shrugged off yesterday’s rally attempt as Coronavirus continued to spread and claim victims. Xiaomi’s stock is being sold off especially hard – down 6.2% since markets opened. China50 is down 3.10%, HKG50 is down 1.95% and the JPN225 is down by 1%.
  • Tesla isn’t braking: The electric car manufacturer got a price hike to $550 by Wedbush analyst Dan Ives, but the stock didn’t stop there, and ran right through to close at $569.56, registering another 4% gain.
  • European markets mixed: All European indices trade lower today on Coronavirus concerns. UK100 is down 0.6%, the FRA40 0.65% and the GER30 is down 0.43%.
  • Volatility expected for the EUR: The European Central Bank will deliver its latest monetary policy statement today at 12:45 GMT, followed by a press conference at 1:30 GMT.
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XRPRipple
0.2275 -0.0051 (-2.19%)
100% buying
 
TSLATesla Motors, Inc.
568.88 21.68 (3.96%)
90% buying
 
EURUSDEUR/USD
1.1087 -0.0004 (-0.04%)
72% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 23/01/2020

INTCIntel
After market close
 
ISRGIntuitive Surgical Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 24/01/2020

AXPAmerican Express CO
Before market open
 
NEENextEra Energy Inc
Before market open
 

Earnings season continues: To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published.

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Wall Street bulls stomp virus fears

Investors on Wall Street returned to ‘buy mode’ and ended the losing streak caused by the global virus scare. Stocks like Apple (up 2.83%) and Facebook (up 1.36%) were among the rally leaders. The tech-fueled NSDQ100 jumped 1.43% while the SPX500 and DJ30 gained 1% and 0.66% respectively. After hours, Apple reported positive earnings and surpassed expectations.

 
AAPLApple
317.46 8.51 (2.75%)
95% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Oil surges 2%, Cannabis stocks soar

  • Bitcoin surpasses 9K: Bitcoin successfully pushed through and settled above the $9,000 mark, pulling other cryptos along for the bull run: NEO and ETC both gain around 1.5%, and Ethereum edged another 1% higher to trade above $170.
  • Oil snaps 5-day losing streak: Crude oil prices gushed over 2.2% on Tuesday, as Coronavirus-related fears cooled off. In addition, talks that OPEC might tighten production in order to regain control over falling oil prices helped lift prices.
  • Gold and Silver meltdown: Safe haven instruments Gold and Silver tumbled yesterday as confidence returned to the stock markets. Gold finished the day down by 0.71% and Silver fell 3.23%.
  • Cannabis stocks spike: Two popular medical cannabis companies surged on Tuesday: Cronos Group jumped by 6.34% and Canopy Growth soared 10.95%. Both stocks are included in the CannabisCare CopyPortfolio.
  • Volatility expected for USD: Minutes from the latest FOMC meeting will be released today at 19:00 GMT, potentially impacting all USD currency pairs like the EURUSD and USDJPY, as well as other key financial instruments in the US. The FOMC meeting will be followed by a Federal Funds Rate decision, that could also generate volatility in the markets.
 
BTCBitcoin
9301.73 269.37 (2.98%)
97% buying
 
 
OILOil
53.98 -0.01 (-0.02%)
81% buying
 
 
CGCCanopy Growth Corp
23.9 2.34 (10.85%)
98% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 29/01/2020

 
FBFacebook
After market close
 
 
TSLATesla Motors, Inc.
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 30/01/2020

 
KOCoca-Cola
Before market open
 
 
VZVerizon
Before market open
 
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Earnings boost Apple and Microsoft, but Facebook plummets

Apple soared as much as 3% after quarterly revenue and profit reports were significantly higher than what Wall Street analysts expected. Software giant Microsoft also reported earnings after the bell, spiking as much as 4.5% in after-hours trading. Facebook, however, reported their smallest earnings beat in the social media company’s history, causing the stock to plummet after hours by 7%. So far, more than a quarter of SPX500 companies have reported earnings for Q4 ’19, of which a majority of about 70% have beat analyst expectations.

 
FBFacebook
223.13 5.34 (2.45%)
98% buying
 
 
MSFTMicrosoft
167.85 2.39 (1.44%)
99% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Tesla and General Electric surge, Asian stocks slip

  • Bitcoin steady above 9K: After successfully pushing through the $9,000 mark, Bitcoin’s price has been holding at around $9,200 at time of writing. Tezos (XTZ) has jumped 5.8% and Zcash gained 2.7%.
  • Asian stocks see red: HKG50 and China50 stocks slipped more than 2% as the coronavirus death toll in China continues to rise. JPN225 was down by 1.88%.
  • European stocks higher: The EUSTX50 index climbed 0.54%, following Wall Street’s rebound on Tuesday.
  • GE surges 10%: Shares of General Electric Co. soared toward a more than one-year high after earnings.
  • Tesla after-hours rally: The Silicon Valley car maker’s stock surged 12% after reporting earnings and announcing that it has set a goal to sell more than 500,000 vehicles this year.
  • McDonald’s beats earnings: McDonald’s posted better-than-expected quarterly results, sending the fast-food giant’s stock up by 1.9%.
 
BTCBitcoin
9343.3 15.63 (0.17%)
97% buying
 
 
TSLATesla Motors, Inc.
579.26 12.36 (2.18%)
89% buying
 
 
GEGeneral Electric Co
12.94 1.21 (10.32%)
95% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 30/01/2020

 
VRTXVertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated
After market close
 
 
NTDOYNintendo CO Ltd
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 31/01/2020

 
CHTRCharter Communications Inc
Before market open
 
 
ITWIllinois Tool Works Inc
Before market open
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Wall Street rebounds from Friday’s losses

US markets yesterday recovered from the slump that hit markets on Friday, as the DJ30, SPX500 and NSDQ100 all finished higher. However, gains were still somewhat moderate, as fears of the spread of the coronavirus linger, causing investors to remain timid. Several stocks hit fresh all-time highs, including Microsoft, Tesla, Adobe and Lululemon.

 
TSLATesla Motors, Inc.
778.99 128.42 (19.74%)
89% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Tesla races to new highs

  • Tesla skyrockets nearly 20%: The electric carmaker, which recently became the most valuable automotive company in US history, yesterday had its best day in more than 6 years, finishing 19.89% higher. The price jump came after Argus Research significantly raised Tesla’s price target and said the company’s earnings per share could double next year. Over the past 6 months, the TSLA stock has more than quadrupled in value. On eToro, Tesla is part of the Driverless CopyPortfolio, which tracks the autonomous car market.
  • Asian markets recover: Markets in the East were also on the rise this morning, as leading indices rallied. The China50 index jumped more than 4%, while the JPN225 and HKG50 indices also showed strong gains.
  • Cryptos show correction: The cryptocurrency market was seen lower over the past 24 hours, as the majority of cryptos were in the red at the time of writing. Bitcoin fell more than 1%, trading just above the $9,200 level at the time of writing. The largest losses of the top 10 were registered by Litecoin, which was down more than 3%.
  • Oil opens below $50: While once again opening at price levels not seen in more than a year, starting the trading day below $50, the black gold showed gains this morning, rising more than 1.5% at the time of writing, climbing back above the $50 mark.
  • Volatility expected for NZD: Quarterly Employment Change and Unemployment Rate reports will be released in New Zealand tonight at 21:45 GMT, potentially generating volatility for the Kiwi Dollar.
  • Google drops after hours: The tech giant reported its earnings yesterday after the bell, and despite beating analysts’ expectations, still saw its stock decline more than 4% in after-hours trading.
  • Europe opens higher: The UK100 opened 31 points higher, the GER30 was up 51 points and the FRA40 opened 16 points higher.
 
LTCLitecoin
67.99 -0.92 (-1.34%)
99% buying
 
 
OILOil
50.73 0.74 (1.48%)
90% buying
 
 
GOOGAlphabet
1486.87 52.64 (3.67%)
99% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 04/02/2020

 
DISWalt Disney
After market close
 
 
FFord Motor Co
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 05/02/2020

 
SPOTSpotify
Before market open
 
 
GMGeneral Motors Co
Before market open
 

Earnings season continues: To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published.

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SPX500 hits all-time high

The rally on Wall Street continued yesterday as US markets completely recovered from the coronavirus scare. The DJ30 and SPX500 both gained more than 1% with the latter hitting a new all-time high, while the NSDQ100 also finished higher. Markets today may be affected by financial news out of China, which announced that it is cutting by half tariffs on around $75 billion in imported US goods.

 
SPX500SPX500
3350.24 15.28 (0.46%)
60% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Bitcoin hits 3-month high

  • Cryptos continue to climb: The bullish trend seen recently in crypto markets persisted over the past 24 hours, passing $270B for the first time since Sept 2019, as the majority of cryptos were in the green at time of writing. Bitcoin rose more than 4%, surpassing the $9,600 mark and hitting a 3-month high before retracting slightly. Several of the top 10 cryptos showed impressive gains, including Bitcoin Cash, which jumped more than 14%.
  • Asian markets show massive gains: Markets in the East were also in the green this morning, as the HKG50 index jumped more than 2.5%, while the China50 and JPN225 indices also registered impressive gains.
  • Oil continues to recover: After 5 consecutive negative sessions, the black gold finally closed in the green yesterday. The positive trend continued this morning, as oil prices were up around 1.5% at the time of writing.
  • Tesla stocks crater 17%: Following massive gains, the Tesla stock showed a significant, 17% correction yesterday, after it was reported that the coronavirus scare will delay production of the company’s popular Model 3.
  • Volatility expected for AUD: Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe will be testifying this evening at 22:30 GMT before the House of Representatives’ Standing Committee on Economics, potentially generating volatility for the Australian Dollar.
  • Peloton tumbles on earnings: The luxury fitness equipment maker yesterday reported its earnings, showing disappointing results, causing its stock to drop 9% in after-hours trading.
  • Europe opens higher: The UK100 opened 37 points higher, the GER30 was up 72 points and the FRA40 opened 26 points higher.
 
BCHBitcoin Cash
438.38 9.54 (2.22%)
98% buying
 
 
OILOil
51.9 0.59 (1.15%)
84% buying
 
 
TSLATesla Motors, Inc.
732.84 -154.22 (-17.39%)
82% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 06/02/2020

 
NOKNokia Oyj
After market close
 
 
MSIMotorola Solutions, Inc.
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 07/02/2020

 
HMCHonda
Before market open
 
 
ABBVAbbVie Inc
Before market open
 


Earnings season continues: 
To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published.

* Cryptoassets are a highly volatile unregulated investment product. No EU investor protection. Your capital is at risk.
* Please note that due to market volatility, some of the prices may have already been reached and scenarios played out.
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NFP report coming today

Wall Street closed higher yesterday for the 4th consecutive day, as the DJ30, SPX500 and NSDQ100 all finished in the green. Today, US markets will be impacted by the Non-Farm Payroll report, a key indicator of the economy’s health, which will be released alongside other job data at 13:30 GMT.

Today’s highlights: Bitcoin crosses $9,700

  • Cryptos continue to climb: The cryptocurrency market maintained its positive momentum over the past 24 hours, as the majority of cryptos were in the green at the time of writing. Bitcoin continued its slow and steady climb, crossing the $9,700 mark for the first time since September of last year. The largest gains of the top 10 were registered by Binance Coin, which was up more than 9% at the time of writing.
  • Asian markets lower: After showing gains for 3 consecutive sessions, markets in the East were in the red this morning, as investors await the release of the Trade Balance report in China. The JPN225, China50 and HKG50 indices all registered losses.
  • Twitter soars to all-time high: The social network released its earnings yesterday, showing an increase in revenue and user numbers, beating analysts’ expectations. As a result, the TWTR stock skyrocketed 15%, its best single-day climb since 2017, to reach a fresh all-time high.
  • iRobot jumps on earnings: The maker of Roomba yesterday reported its earnings, beating analysts expectations and soaring more than 17%. To follow recent significant price movements, make sure to check out the Market Movers page on the eToro platform.
  • Volatility expected for CAD: Monthly Employment Change and Unemployment Rate reports will be released in Canada today at 13:30 GMT, potentially impacting the Canadian Dollar.
  • Pinterest jumps after-hours: The social media giant yesterday shared its earnings report after the bell, showing better-than-expected results. Following the release, the PINS stock jumped more than 17% in after-hours trading.
  • Europe opens mixed: While the UK100 opened nearly flat, the FRA40 opened 5 points higher and the GER30 opened 7 points lower.
 
BTCBitcoin
9746.33 42.83 (0.44%)
97% buying
 
 
TWTRTwitter
38.53 5.14 (15.39%)
89% buying
 
 
IRBTiRobot Corp.
57.95 8.84 (18%)
96% buying
 
 
USDCADUSD/CAD
1.3297 0.0013 (0.1%)
81% selling
 

Stocks earnings releases on 10/02/2020

 
LLoews Corp
Before market open
 
 
AGNAllergan PLC
Before market open
 

Earnings season continues: To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published.

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Bitcoin passes $10,000

For the first time in nearly 5 months, Bitcoin rose above the $10,000 mark. The world’s largest cryptocurrency hit the significant milestone yesterday, although has since declined slightly, trading just above $9,900 at the time of writing. Other cryptocurrencies were also in the red over the past 24 hours, as 8 of the top 10 registered losses. 10th-ranked Tezos was one of two cryptos to register gains, up more than 13%.

 
BTCBitcoin
9944.79 -94.41 (-0.94%)
97% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Coronavirus worries weigh on global markets

  • Wall Street ends lower: US markets closed lower on Friday, as the coronavirus scare outweighed positive job data, resulting in the DJ30, SPX500 and NSDQ100 all registering losses. However, some stocks closed at new all-time highs, including Microsoft, Amazon and T-Mobile.
  • Asian markets seen lower: The impact of the coronavirus on Chinese manufacturing was felt in Asian markets this morning, as both the JPN225 and HKG50 indices were in the red, while the China50 index was nearly flat at the time of writing.
  • Oil continues to struggle: After opening just above the $50 mark this morning, the black gold showed slight gains. However, prices are still on an overall downtrend, as the coronavirus scare caused fear of a global slowdown, since China is the world’s largest oil importer.
  • Uber jumps nearly 10%: The ridesharing giant released its earnings on Friday, showing better-than-expected results, causing its stock to close 9.7% higher.
  • Storm Ciara hits the UK: In what is being called “the storm of the century”, extremely harsh weather is hitting the UK, including wind gusts of up to 100 mph. The storm, dubbed “Ciara”, is disrupting flight activity in Great Britain and may cause disruptions in other business sectors as well.
  • Europe opens lower: The UK100 opened 22 points lower, the GER30 was down 28 points and the FRA40 opened 18 points lower.
 
AMZNAmazon
2076.25 26.02 (1.27%)
98% buying
 
 
OILOil
50.36 0.06 (0.12%)
92% buying
 
 
UBERUber
40.4 3.31 (8.92%)
98% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 10/02/2020

 
DVADaVita HealthCare Partners Inc
After market close
 
 
ADPAutomatic Data Processing Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 11/02/2020

 
EXCExelon Corp
Before market open
 
 
GTGoodyear Tire & Rubber Co
Before market open
 

Earnings season continues: To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published

* Cryptoassets are a highly volatile unregulated investment product. No EU investor protection. Your capital is at risk.
* Please note that due to market volatility, some of the prices may have already been reached and scenarios played out.
* The information above is not investment advice.
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Big tech lifts Wall Street indices to new heights

Tech giants Amazon and Microsoft both showed impressive gains of more than 2.6% yesterday, each hitting a new all-time high, lifting both the SPX500 and NSDQ100 to a record close. The DJ30 also finished higher. Other stocks also registered fresh highs, including Coca-Cola and Pepsico. Chipmakers showed significant gains, as AMD rose more than 5% and NVDA more than 4%.

 
AMD Advanced Micro Devices Inc
52.19 2.46 (4.95%)
96% buying
 
 
NVDA NVIDIA Corporation
262.51 10.92 (4.34%)
99% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Global markets show recovery

  • Asian markets show recovery: Despite the ongoing coronavirus scare, markets in the East showed significant gains this morning, as both the HKG50 and China50 indices were up at least 1.5% at the time of writing. Banks in Japan are closed today in observance of National Foundation Day.
  • Central bank chiefs could impact markets today: No less than 3 central bank heads will be speaking today, potentially generating volatility in global markets. At 14:00 GMT, ECB President Christine Lagarde will deliver opening remarks at the presentation of the 2018 ECB Annual Report, at 15:00 GMT Fed Chair Jerome Powell will testify on the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report before the House Financial Services Committee, and at 15:35 GMT, BoE Governor Mark Carney will testify before the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee.
  • Cryptos show correction: The cryptocurrency market remained lower over the past 24 hours, as 9 of the top 10 cryptos were in the red at the time of writing. Bitcoin drifted further away from the $10,000 mark, declining more than 2% to trade around $9,700 at the time of writing.
  • Intu Properties jumps 30%: British shopping centre giant Intu Properties yesterday announced that it is in talks to initiate a £1 billion cash call to ease some of its debt. As a result, the INTU.L stock jumped more than 30%. To follow the most recent and significant price swings in global markets, check out the Market Movers Page on eToro.
  • Oil recovers slightly: After 3 consecutive negative sessions, the black gold started the trading day in the green, up more than 1% at the time of writing.
  • Europe opens higher: The UK100 opened 42 points higher, the GER30 was up 99 points and the FRA40 opened 35 points higher.
 
BTC Bitcoin
9724.79 -100.14 (-1.02%)
97% buying
 
 
INTU .LIntu Properties PLC
17.45 4.17 (31.4%)
92% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 11/02/2020

 
WU Western Union Company
After market close
 
 
AIZ Assurant Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 12/02/2020

 
CX Cemex, S.A.B. de C.V.
Before market open
 
 
NBL Noble Energy Inc
Before market open
 

Earnings season continues: To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published.

* Cryptoassets are a highly volatile unregulated investment product. No EU investor protection. Your capital is at risk.
* Please note that due to market volatility, some of the prices may have already been reached and scenarios played out.
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Crypto market on the rise

The cryptocurrency market showed impressive gains over the past 24 hours, as all top 10 cryptos were in the green at the time of writing, including 3 registering double-digit gains. Bitcoin once again climbed above the $10,000 mark, trading around $10,300 at the time of writing. Ethereum, EOS and Tezos climbed more than 10%, with the third up nearly 20% this morning, notching a 2-year high. Bitcoin Cash was up more than 7%, crossing the $475 mark for the first time since July of last year.

 
BTC Bitcoin
10351.14 149.22 (1.46%)
97% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Global markets remain higher

  • Wall Street continues to reach new records: Both the NSDQ100 and SPX500 closed slightly higher yesterday, however, the gains were enough to set new records both indices. The DJ30 closed flat. Several stocks also reached new all-time highs, including AMD, Amazon and Mastercard.
  • Sprint and T-Mobile skyrocket on merger: The acquisition of mobile carrier Sprint by telecommunication giant T-Mobile was legally approved in the US yesterday, resulting in the former’s stock skyrocketing 77%, while the latter jumped more than 11%. To follow recent and significant price movement, check out the Market Movers page on eToro.
  • Asian markets mostly higher: Despite the ongoing coronavirus scare, markets in the East were mostly higher this morning, as both the China50 and HKG50 indices were in the green at the time of writing. In contrast, the JPN225 registered losses.
  • Powell to speak today: Fed Chair Jerome Powell will be testifying on the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report before the Senate Banking Committee at 15:00 GMT, potentially impacting US markets and the USD.
  • Oil recovery continues: After registering small gains yesterday, the black gold continued to climb this morning, up more than 1% at the time of writing.
  • Volatility expected for NZD: After the Reserve Bank of New Zealand kept rates steady overnight, bank Governor Adrian Orr will testify on the Monetary Policy Statement before Finance and Expenditure Select Committee, tonight at 19:10 GMT. Orr’s testimony could generate volatility for the Kiwi Dollar.
  • Europe opens higher: The UK100 opened 17 points higher, the GER30 was up 31 points and the FRA40 opened 9 points higher.
 
S Sprint Corporation
8.48 3.68 (76.67%)
49% selling
 
 
OIL Oil
50.85 0.77 (1.54%)
88% buying
 
 
NZDUSD NZD/USD
0.6459 0.0062 (0.97%)
84% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 12/02/2020

 
CSCO Cisco
After market close
 
 
TRIP TripAdvisor Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 13/02/2020

 
PEP PepsiCo
Before market open
 
 
BABA Alibaba
Before market open
 

Earnings season continues: To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published.

* Cryptoassets are a highly volatile unregulated investment product. No EU investor protection. Your capital is at risk.
* Please note that due to market volatility, some of the prices may have already been reached and scenarios played out.
* The information above is not investment advice.
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Top cryptos continue to climb

Bitcoin rose further above the $10,000 mark over the past 24 hours, trading at around $10,400 at the time of writing. Both Ethereum and XRP, ranked 2nd and 3rd respectively by market cap, showed double-digit gains, reaching price levels not seen since July of last year.

 
ETH EREUMEthereum
268.6931 0.6407 (0.24%)
99% buying
 
 
XRP Ripple
0.3203 0.0196 (6.52%)
100% buying
 

Today’s highlights: New highs on Wall Street

  • Wall Street continues to break records: US markets closed higher yesterday, as the DJ30 spiked 250 points to reach a fresh all-time high, joined by the SPX500 and NSDQ100. Several stocks also reached new heights, including AMD, Applied Materials and Shopify. Wall Street could be affected today by Consumer Price Index reports, to be released at 13:30 GMT.
  • MWC Barcelona cancelled: The annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, considered the world’s largest exhibition of mobile technology, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus scare. The cancellation will most-likely impede plans for several mobile technology companies, as the conference is usually home for major announcements and product unveilings.
  • Asian markets decline: As reports out of China show a spike in new coronavirus cases in the Hubei province, markets in the East were seen lower this morning. The JPN225, China50 and HKG50 indices were all in the red in the time of writing.
  • Oil continues to recover: The black gold closed higher yesterday, reaching price levels not seen in two weeks. However, this morning oil price pulled back a bit.
  • Lyft drops 10%: The Uber rival yesterday shared its earnings report, beating analysts expectations. However, several key analysts were disappointed by Lyft’s guidance and downgraded the stock. As a result, the Lyft stock closed more than 10% lower. To follow recent and significant price swings, check out the Market Movers page.
  • Global emissions flatlined in 2019: According to the International Energy Agency, CO2 emissions did not grow in 2019, despite global economic growth, indicating an increasing use of renewable energy. At the same time, British energy giant BP has declared plans to be emissions-free by 2050. On eToro, you can invest in the green energy sector through the RenewableEnergy CopyPortfolio.
  • Europe opens lower: The UK100 opened 23 points lower, the GER30 was down 18 points and the FRA40 opened 4 points lower.
 
OIL Oil
51.27 -0.57 (-1.1%)
82% buying
 
 
LYFT Lyft Inc.
48.46 -5.48 (-10.16%)
100% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 13/02/20

 
NVDA NVIDIA Corporation
After market close
 
AMP
AMPAmeriprise Financial Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 14/02/2020

 
ESNT Essent Group
Before market open
 
 
AZN AstraZeneca PLC ADR
Before market open
 

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Wall Street retracts from all-time highs

The significant increase in coronavirus cases in China yesterday took a toll on Wall Street, as the DJ30, SPX500 and NSDQ100 all closed lower. However, some stocks kept their positive momentum and added to their all-time highs, including AMD, Applied Materials, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.

 
AMD Advanced Micro Devices Inc
54.5 0.61 (1.13%)
96% buying
 
 
AMAT Applied Materials Inc
67.31 1.94 (2.97%)
97% buying
 
 
KO Coca-Cola
59.53 0.12 (0.2%)
99% buying
 
 
PEP PepsiCo
146.22 0.14 (0.1%)
99% buying
 

Today’s highlights: China to reduce tariffs today

  • Cryptos show correction: The cryptocurrency market took a step back over the past 24 hours, as the majority of cryptos registered declines. At the time of writing, Bitcoin was down around 2%, trading just above the $10,100 mark.
  • Asian markets mostly higher: Despite the increase in coronavirus cases, markets in the East showed a recovery this morning, as both the China50 and HKG50 indices were higher at the time of writing. Markets were lifted by expectations of tariff cuts by China on $75 billion in US imports coming into effect today.
  • Volatility expected for USD: Retail Sales reports will be released in the US today at 13:30 GMT, potentially impacting the greenback and other key financial instruments in the US.
  • Oil holds steady: After showing impressive gains on Wednesday, on the hopes of new supply cute being introduced by OPEC and its partners, oil prices have remained steady yesterday and this morning, showing little price movements.
  • Stocks climb after hours: Three major companies that shared earnings reports yesterday after the bell, NVIDIA, Roku and Expedia, showed better-than-expected results. Their respective stocks jumped 6%, 5% and 10% in after-hours trading. To follow recent and significant price movements, go to the Market Movers page on eToro.
  • Europe opens slightly higher: The UK100 opened 2 points higher, the GER30 was up 17 points and the FRA40 opened nearly flat.
 
BTC Bitcoin
10131.26 -46.97 (-0.46%)
97% buying
 
 
OIL Oil
51.65 -0.03 (-0.06%)
80% buying
 

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Cryptos take a step back

After being bullish throughout last week, the cryptocurrency market was lower over the weekend and continued to remain in the red over the past 24 hours. At the time of writing, Bitcoin was down around 2%, falling below the $10,000 mark to trade around $9,800. Other cryptos also registered declines, including double-digit losses by XRP, EOS and Bitcoin Cash.

 
BTC Bitcoin
9771.58 39.56 (0.41%)
97% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Wall Street remains higher

  • Wall Street closed today: US markets showed little change on Friday, however, the SPX500 and NSDQ100 did manage to rise slightly and register fresh all-time highs. Several stocks also reached new highs, including AMD, NVIDIA, Coca-Cola and PayPal. Markets in the US will be closed today in observance of Presidents’ Day.
  • Asian markets seen higher: Markets in the East were mostly in the green this morning, as the China50 index spiked 1.4%, joined by the HKG50 index. In contrast, the JPN225 was seen lower.
  • Oil snaps losing streak: After registering 5 consecutive weeks of losses, the black gold showed a recovery last week, ending Friday on a high note. At the time of writing, oil was nearly flat, trading around the $52 mark.
  • Expedia jumps 11%: Travel giant Expedia reported better-than-expected earnings on Friday, resulting in its stock closing more than 11% higher. To follow recent and significant price movements, check out the Market Movers page on eToro.
  • USD and Euro near parity: The European currency is at a 34-week low, coming close to parity with the US Dollar, as the two were less than 0.04% apart at the time of writing.
  • Canopy shows impressive gains: Canadian cannabis firm Canopy released its earnings report on Friday, showing impressive results and closing more than 13% higher. Canopy is part of the CannabisCare CopyPortfolio, which gives eToro investors exposure to the medical marijuana market.
  • Europe opens higher: The UK100 opened 22 points higher, the GER30 was up 54 points and the FRA40 opened 23 points higher.
 
NVDA NVIDIA Corporation
289.74 18.96 (7%)
97% buying
 
 
OIL Oil
52.37 -0.01 (-0.02%)
80% buying
 
 
EXPE Expedia Inc Del
122.9 12.31 (11.13%)
90% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 17/02/2020

 
BEN Franklin Resources Inc.
After market close
 
 
FLS Flowserve Corp
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 18/02/2020

 
WMT Wal-Mart
Before market open
 
 
MDT Medtronic PLC
Before market open
 

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Wall Street set to open lower on new coronavirus fears

US markets closed lower on Friday, erasing all of the gains seen last week, as fears of the coronavirus spreading outside of Asia surface. The DJ30, SPX500 and NSDQ100 all registered significant losses. This morning, futures point to further declines, as the DJ30 is expected to drop more than 380 points.

Today’s highlights: Global markets fall on coronavirus scare

  • Asian markets tumble: The coronavirus scare impacted markets in the East, as the HKG50 was down more than 2.5% at the time of writing, while the China50 lost more than 1.5%. Markets in Japan are closed today in observance of the Emperor’s Birthday.
  • Cryptos seen slightly lower: After showing some gains over the weekend, Bitcoin declined over the past 24 hours, trading around the $9,700 mark at the time of writing. While the majority of cryptos were also in the red, price movements were not very significant, as 6 of the top 10 showed price changes of 1% or lower.
  • Gold jumps 2%: The precious metal continues to add to its 7-year high, as the coronavirus scare puts safe-haven assets in high demand.
  • RE/MAX tumbles on earnings: Following its earnings release on Friday, real estate giant RE/MAX fell more than 16%. To follow recent and significant price movements, check out the Market Movers page on eToro.
  • Oil continues to fall: Despite showing a recovery last week, oil prices fell on Friday and continued to do so this morning, as the spread of the coronavirus sparked fears of a decline in global demand.
  • Europe opens sharply lower: The coronavirus scare did not skip over European markets, as leading indices fell sharply this morning. The UK100 opened 92 points lower, the GER30 was down 257 points and the FRA40 opened 107 points lower.
 
BTC Bitcoin
9648.89 -189.73 (-1.93%)
97% buying
 
 
RMAXRE/MAX Holdings
33.82 -6.75 (-16.64%)
97% buying
 
 
OIL Oil
51.97 0.09 (0.17%)
84% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 24/02/20

 
HPQ Hewlett Packard
After market close
 
 
SHAK Shake Shack Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 25/02/20

 
HD Home Depot Inc
Before market open
 
 
MANU Manchester United
Before market open
 

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Coronavirus spread leads to dramatic losses on Wall Street

US markets yesterday suffered the worst day in two years, as the DJ30, SPX500 and NSDQ100 all tumbled more than 3%. The drop is affiliated with a spike in coronavirus cases outside of China and fears that the prolonged epidemic will continue to hinder the world’s second-largest economy’s manufacturing capabilities. Despite these dramatic losses, futures point to the DJ30 opening 150 points higher today, recovering a small part of yesterday’s losses.

Today’s highlights: Low-cost airlines tumble on coronavirus

  • Cryptos continue to decline: The cryptocurrency market was seen lower over the past 24 hours, as the majority of cryptos were in the red at the time of writing. Bitcoin was down more than 1.5%, trading around the $9,500 mark at the time of writing. Top 10 cryptos, including Bitcoin Cash, Binance Coin and Tezos registered losses of 5% or more.
  • Asian markets mixed: Despite the coronavirus’ impact, markets in the East did not register losses as dramatic as the ones seen on Wall Street. While the JPN225 showed slight gains, the China50 index was seen lower and the HKG50 was trading nearly flat this morning.
  • Low-cost airlines tumble: As the coronavirus spreads in Europe, companies offering affordable flights to the continent are on the decline. Several airlines registered massive losses yesterday, including EasyJet (-16.25%), Ryanair (-13.11%) and Wizz Air (-11.22%).
  • Tech stocks fall: Some of the most noticeable losses on Wall Street were seen in the tech sector, as Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook each fell more than 4%.
  • Volatility ETNs soar: Both the VXX and TVIX ETNs leapt yesterday, rising 37% and 18%, respectively. These ETNs track the performance of the VIX index, which is designed to show gains when markets are volatile. To follow recent and significant price movements, check out eToro’s Market Movers page.
  • Volatility expected for USD: The CB Consumer Confidence report will be released in the US at 15:00 GMT, potentially impacting the greenback.
  • Europe opens higher: Despite the coronavirus scare, markets in Europe showed a recovery this morning. The UK100 opened 32 points higher, the GER30 was up 80 points and the FRA40 opened 34 points higher.
 
EZJ.L easyJet
1259.37 -244.28 (-16.25%)
84% buying
 
 
FB Facebook
200.89 -9.29 (-4.42%)
98% buying
 
 
VXX VIX Short-Term Futures ETN Ipath (B)
17.59 2.69 (18.05%)
87% buying
 
 
TVIX VelocityShares Daily 2x VIX Short-Term ETN
63.78 16.98 (36.28%)
99% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 25/02/2020

 
M Macys Inc
After market close
 
 
QRTEA Qurate Retail Group inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 26/02/2020

 
LOW Lowes Companies Inc
Before market open
 
TJX
TJXTJX Companies Inc
Before market open
 

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Wall Street continues to tumble on coronavirus fears

US markets suffered another day of dramatic losses yesterday, as both the DJ30 and SPX500 fell more than 3%, while the NSDQ100 closed more than 2.7% lower. Combined with Monday’s losses, the SPX500 showed the worst two-day loss since 2015, as $1.7 trillion were erased from the index. Futures point to a recovery by the DJ30 when markets open this morning, however, markets could remain very susceptible to fears of the coronavirus continuing to spread.

Today’s highlights: Global markets remain lower

  • Bearish crypto trend continues: The negative momentum seen recently in crypto markets persisted over the past 24 hours, as all top10 cryptos were in the red at the time of writing. Bitcoin was down more than 3.5%, falling below the $9,200 mark for the first time in three weeks. Other cryptos suffered heavier losses, as seven of the top 10 registered declines of 7% or more.
  • Asian markets seen lower: The global rout was also felt in markets in the East this morning, as the JPN225 index was down more than 1% at the time of writing, joined by the HKG50 index, while the China50 index was nearly flat. Australian shares were also on the decline, as the AUS200 index fell more than 2%.
  • Disney CEO steps down: Bob Iger, who was at the helm of the Disney corporation for the past 15 years, has stepped down from his role as CEO, the company yesterday announced. The Disney stock closed 3.62% lower yesterday and continued to fall in extended trading, declining an additional 1.94% in after-hours trading.
  • Oil falls below $50: After three consecutive losing sessions, the black gold remained lower this morning, trading just below the $50 mark at the time of writing.
  • VIX continues to skyrocket: The VIX index, which tracks market volatility, continued to show tremendous gains yesterday, as apparent by the index-tracking ETN TVIX (+19%) and VXX (+9%). To follow recent and significant price movements, check out the eToro Market Movers page.
  • Europe opens lower: The UK100 opened 37 points lower, the GER30 was down 71 points and the FRA40 opened 16 points lower.
DIS Walt Disney
128.34 -4.67 (-3.51%)
99% buying
 
OIL Oil
49.94 -0.13 (-0.26%)
89% buying
 
 
VXX VIX Short-Term Futures ETN Ipath (B)
19.32 1.65 (9.34%)
85% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 26/02/20

 
ETSY Etsy Inc
After market close
 
EVA
EVA Enviva Partners LP
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 27/02/20

 
BUD Anheuser-Busch Inbev Sa
Before market open
 
 
sre Sempra Energy
Before market open
 

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Cryptos tumble as Bitcoin falls below $9,000

The negative momentum seen in cryptocurrency markets recently continues over the past 24 hours, as 9 of the top 10 cryptos registered losses over the past 24 hours. Bitcoin was down more than 4% falling below the $9,000 mark for the first time since January, trading around $8,700 at time of writing. Five other top 10 cryptos registered losses of 4% or more.

Today’s highlights: Global markets set for more declines

  • Wall Street continues to decline: Despite opening higher to start the trading day, both the DJ30 and SPX500 closed lower yesterday, as the bearish trend, fueled by the coronavirus scare, continued to weigh on markets. In contrast, the NSDQ100 was able to eke out small gains. Futures point to more losses this morning, showing a potential 400 point drop in DJ30 value.
  • Asian markets lower: The JPN225 index crashed more than 2% this morning, as the coronavirus continued to spread around Asia and the rest of the world. The HKG50 index also registered losses, while the China50 index was nearly flat at time of writing.
  • Oil falls to 1-year low: The black gold remained lower this morning, in what is shaping out to be its 5th consecutive losing session. Oil prices dropped below $48 this morning, their lowest level since January of last year.
  • Airlines continue to decline: The impact of the coronavirus on the travel industry continues to influence markets, as airlines and other travel companies remain lower. Yesterday, airline Norwegian Air Shuttle suffered significant losses, tumbling nearly 15%. To follow recent and significant price movements in global markets, follow the Market Movers page on eToro.
  • Etsy soars 13% after hours: The arts and crafts marketplace yesterday reported earnings after the bell and also announced a new program to advertise its users’ products on high profile websites for a referral fee. As a result, the Etsy stock skyrocketed 13% in extended trading yesterday.
  • Microsoft issues revenue warning: The tech giant yesterday told investors that it will not hit its revenue targets for Q1 2020, as the coronavirus epidemic is delaying company manufacturing and activities. The MSFT stock fell 2% in extended trading.
  • Europe tumbles at open: The UK100 opened 144 points lower, the GER30 was down 319 points and the FRA40 opened around 130 points lower.
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OILOil
48.12 -0.54 (-1.11%)
86% buying
 
 
NAS.OLNorwegian Air Shuttle
22.86 -3.98 (-14.83%)
77% buying
 
 
ETSY Etsy Inc
50.49 0.6 (1.2%)
97% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 27/02/2020

 
BTI British American Tobacco PLC ADR
After market close
 
 
VMW VMware
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 28/02/2020

 
IEP Icahn Entrpres Depositary Units Repr Units of LP Interests
Before market open
 
 
AES AES Corp
Before market open
 

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Wall Street indices plummet to correction territory

US markets registered dramatic losses yesterday, as the DJ30 and SPX500 both crashed 4.4%, while the NSDQ100 tumbled 4.6%. For the SPX500 and NSDQ100, this was the largest single-day drop in more than 8 years. The three indices are now each at least 10% lower than the all-time highs recorded earlier this month, officially putting them in correction territory. As fears of the coronavirus spreading persist, futures point to an even lower opening by the DJ30, as it is expected to open 600 points down.

Today’s highlights: Global markets tumble on coronavirus fears

  • Asian markets falling: The negative trend in Asia also persisted this morning, as the JPN225 index crashed more than 4%, while the HKG50 and China50 indices each fell more than 2.8%.
  • Oil continues to slide: The black gold also maintained its bearish trend this morning, falling below the $46 mark, reaching price levels not seen since late 2018.
  • Cryptos show slight recovery: The cryptocurrency market showed small gains over the past 24 hours, as 6 of the top 10 cryptos were in the green at time of writing. Bitcoin was up around 0.3%, still trading around the $8,800 mark.
  • Volatility expected for CAD: The monthly GDP report will be released in Canada today at 13:30 GMT, potentially impacting the Canadian Dollar.
  • VIX-tracking ETNs continue to skyrocket: The VIX index, which tracks market volatility, has been on a meteoric rise lately, closing 42% higher yesterday. The index-tracking ETN TVIX climbed 32.8% as a result, joined by the VXX ETN, which closed more than 16% higher. To follow recent and significant market movements on eToro, check out the Market Movers page.
  • Europe opens in correction territory: Markets in Europe continued to tumble this morning as the UK100 opened 266 points lower, the GER30 crashed 569 points and the FRA40 fell 227 points lower.
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OIL Oil
45.68 -0.69 (-1.49%)
78% buying
 
 
USDCAD USD/CAD
1.3439 0.0053 (0.4%)
77% selling
 
 
TVIX VelocityShares Daily 2x VIX Short-Term ETN
96.08 23.01 (31.49%)
99% buying
 
 
GER30 GER30
11833.83 -547.15 (-4.42%)
64% selling
 

Stocks earnings releases on 28/02/2020

 
RSG Republic Services Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 02/03/2020

 
EVRG Evergy Inc
Before market open
 
 
XRAY Dentsply Sirona Inc.
Before market open
 

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Wall Street roars back to life

After tumbling throughout last week on coronavirus fears, US markets roared back to life yesterday, as the DJ30 finished 5.1% higher – its biggest single-day gain since 2009. The SPX500 and NSDQ100 also showed a remarkable recovery, each closing more than 4.4% higher. Despite these recent gains, future points to a lower opening today, indicating a 200-point drop by the DJ30.

 
DJ30 DJ30
26559.15 -62.48 (-0.23%)
53% buying
 

Today’s highlights: G7 members to discuss coronavirus

  • Cryptos show recovery: Bitcoin was relatively stagnant throughout the weekend, but picked up some steam over the past 24 hours, gaining more than 2.2%. Other top 10 cryptos showed even larger gains, including Bitcoin Cash, which climbed more than 4%.
  • Asian markets struggle to hold onto gains: After opening higher this morning on hopes that the Chinese government may introduce stimulus to battle the negative economic impact of the coronavirus, markets in the East later registered losses. Both the JPN225 and HKG50 indices were seen lower at time of writing, while the China50 index was seen slightly higher.
  • Oil on the rise: The black gold tumbled to a 1-year low last week, but was able to recover some of the losses yesterday and this morning. While still trading well below the $50 mark, the OPEC meeting on Thursday, in which members may decide on actions to boost oil prices, could also impact the black gold.
  • Apple leaps 9%: The technology giant, which suffered heavy losses last week due to the manufacturing halt in China, yesterday bounced back with a massive, 9.3% recovery. To follow recent and significant price movements, check out the Market Movers page on eToro.
  • G7 members to meet today: Members of 7 of the world’s largest economies, Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Japan, the UK, and the US, will hold a teleconference today, in an attempt to form a plan for battling the coronavirus outbreak. News from the meeting could impact various leading indices and financial instruments around the world.
  • Tesla bounces back: The electric carmaker, which was also heavily impacted by the coronavirus, showed a recovery yesterday, closing more than 11% higher.
  • Europe opens higher: The UK100 opened 75 points higher, the GER30 was up 173 points and the FRA40 opened 73 points higher.
 
OIL Oil
47.44 -0.12 (-0.25%)
84% buying
 
 
AAPL Apple
297.35 23.99 (8.78%)
95% buying
 
 
TSLA Tesla Motors, Inc.
740.39 72.4 (10.84%)
89% buying
 

Stocks earnings releases on 03/03/2020

 
ROST Ross Stores Inc
After market close
 
 
VEEV Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 04/03/2020

 
DLTR Dollar Tree Inc
Before market open
 
 
CPB Campbell Soup Co
Before market open
 

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Oil crashes below $30 a barrel

After failing to secure a deal with non-OPEN oil manufacturers on Friday, OPEC leader Saudi Arabia slashed its prices, resulting in global oil prices tumbling nearly 30% to a 4-year low. Amid the coronavirus scare, OPEC was trying to coordinate a global production slowdown, however, after failing to do so, Saudi Arabia plans on ramping up production, causing fears of an all-out price war. The drop this morning is the largest single-day drop in nearly 30 years.

 
OIL Oil
30.44 -1.41 (-4.43%)
85% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Wall Street set for dramatic losses at open

  • Futures point to Wall Street crash: After barely managing to stay afloat on Friday, ending last week with minute weekly gains, US markets are set for more losses this morning. Futures suggest that the DJ30 will open nearly 1,300 points lower when markets open today, joined by the SPX500 and NSDQ100.
  • Asian markets continue to tumble: After the oil crash and with futures pointing to another major drop on Wall Street, markets in the East were also in the red this morning. At time of writing, the China50 index was down more than 3.5%, the HKG50 tumbled more than 4% and the JPN225 fell more than 1.5%.
  • Bitcoin drops below $8,000: The cryptocurrency market fell sharply over the weekend and continued to do so over the past 24 hours. At time of writing, Bitcoin was down more than 9%, tumbling below the $8,000 mark. Several cryptos registered double-digit losses, including Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, EOS and Binance Coin.
  • Gold opens at 7-year high: The safe-haven asset opened above $1,700 this morning, for the first time in 7 years. However, gold prices slightly corrected since.
  • VIX index continues to climb: The volatility-measuring index rose sharply on Friday, as the index-tracking ETN TVIX spiked more than 21%. To follow recent and significant price movements, go to the eToro Market Movers page.
  • Europe joins global crash: Markets in Europe opened significantly lower this morning. The UK100 crashed 423 points, the GER30 tumbled 651 points and the FRA40 dropped 310 points.
 
BTC Bitcoin
7884.28 -360.17 (-4.37%)
98% buying
 
GOLD
GOLD Gold
1671.93 -22.68 (-1.34%)
76% buying
 
 
TVIX VelocityShares Daily 2x VIX Short-Term ETN
170.67 31.28 (22.44%)
99% buying
 
 
GER30 GER30
10789.85 -766.91 (-6.64%)
53% selling
 

Stocks earnings releases on 09/03/20

 
TEO Telecom Argentina SA
After market close
 
 
ABC AmerisourceBergen Corp
After market close
 

 

Stocks earnings releases on 10/03/20

 
DKS Dicks Sporting Goods Inc
Before market open
 

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* Please note that due to market volatility, some of the prices may have already been reached and scenarios played out.
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Wall Street suffers worst crash in more than 30 years

US markets yesterday experienced their worst trading day since the 1987 market crash, as the DJ30 plunged 10% and the NSDQ100 and SPX500 each tumbled more than 9%. The losses occurred despite the Fed announcing a massive, $1.5 trillion relief package. This morning, futures suggest a slight rebound, as the DJ30 is expected to open 300 points higher. To stay updated on the most recent market developments regarding the coronavirus scare and the oil price war, check out eToro’s Ongoing Updates blog post.

 
DJ30 DJ30
22013.7 1073.5 (5.13%)
52% selling
 
 
SPX500 SPX500
2580.76 126.9 (5.17%)
53% buying
 

Today’s highlights: Bitcoin crashes 30%

  • Bitcoin tumbles below $5,000: The cryptocurrency market continued to show heavy losses over the past 24 hours. Bitcoin fell below the $4,000 mark, before showing a recovery and trading slightly below $5,000 at time of writing. Despite the recovery, the world’s largest crypto is still down more than 30% since yesterday. Other cryptocurrencies also registered losses of 30% or more, including Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, EOS and Tezos.
  • Markets in Japan fall 8%: Markets in the East remained lower this morning, including a dramatic drop of around 8% by the JPN225 index. The HKG50 and China50 indices were also seen lower, each losing more than 2%. In contrast, markets in Australia showed a recovery, with the AUS200 bouncing back more than 4%.
  • Oil shows slight recovery: After crashing to start the week and showing losses yesterday and the day before, the black gold registered some gains this morning, trading about 4% higher at the time of writing. However, despite this recovery, oil prices are still set for their worst weekly loss since 1991.
  • Big tech loses more than $400 billion: Major tech stocks in the US were part of yesterday’s crash. Apple, Microsoft and Facebook each fell more than 9%, Google fell more than 8% and Amazon dropped more than 7%. The combined losses of the US tech sector from yesterday amount to more than $400 billion in one day.
  • Travel sector continues to take a pounding: Several stocks from the travel industry registered mammoth losses yesterday, including Norwegian Cruise Lines (-35.8%), Go-Ahead Group (-33.2%), Spirit Airlines (-32.8%), Royal Caribbean (-31.8%), United Continental (-24.9%) and many others. To follow recent and significant price movements, check out the Market Movers page.
  • Europe opens mostly higher: After yesterday suffering its worst day in history, with major indices falling 9-12%, European markets opened this morning mostly higher. The UK100 opened 200 points higher, the GER30 was up 26 points, while the FRA40 dipped 3 points.
  • Leverage restrictions removed: The previously imposed limitations on leverage for index trading for Professional Cysec Clients and all ASIC clients have been removed and returned to normal.
  • Scheduled maintenance: We would like to inform you that on Sunday, March 15th, 2020, trading actions on your real money account will be unavailable for 15 minutes, starting 06:00 GMT, due to scheduled maintenance. For the most current updates, please refer to the eToro Status Page.
 
BTC Bitcoin
5140.24 -648.13 (-11.2%)
97% buying
 
 
JPN225 JPN225
17555.5 -963 (-5.2%)
50% selling
 
 
OIL Oil
33.11 1.87 (5.99%)
83% buying
 
 
NCLH Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings
9.81 -5.22 (-34.73%)
63% buying
 

Earnings season continues: To follow upcoming earnings reports, go to eToro’s Earnings Reports Calendar. Please note that maximum leverage for CFD stocks will be limited to X5 one day ahead of earnings report releases. X10 leverage will be available again soon after the report is published.

* Cryptoassets are a highly volatile unregulated investment product. No EU investor protection. Your capital is at risk.
* Please note that due to market volatility, some of the prices may have already been reached and scenarios played out.
* The information above is not investment advice.
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