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ROUNDUP / Stock New York close: S & P 500 reaches record high again with Mhe News

Thursday, September 14th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – On the Wall Street, the S & P 500 continued its record hunt with Wednesday's handbrake. The broad-based index dragged on a new record, but ended up being only slightly higher. The other major stock market barometers were still close to their historic highs, but they were also only moderately profitable in the friendly environment. The S & P 500 increased by 0.08 percent to 2498.37 points, thus reaching record high. The US leading index Dow Jones Industrial (Dow Jones 30 Industrial) advanced by 0.18 percent to 22 158.18 points. The technology NASDAQ 100 went up by 0.15 per cent to 6004.38 points. APPLE GIVE AFTER the individual values ​​stood once again the shares of Apple. After the advertising event for the new iPhone X, which had already been received by investors mostly with disappointment, now followed analyst comments. While UBS analyst Steven Milunovich called the presentation of the previous day "impressive" and wrote that the new technology underpinned the innovative power of Apple, the experts of the US bank KeyBanc reacted disappointedly and expect in future cycles with a decreasing business development and price pressure for iPhones. At the middle of the week, the investors were making good use of the papers that had gone very well during the last few years, so that the share certificates were one of the weakest values ​​in the Dow with a drop of 0.75 percent. The Apple papers also found for the tugging around the sale Toshiba's chip business. Toshiba had signed a statement of intent with a financial consortium, Bain Capital, for a sale. Toshiba has yet to reach agreement with its joint venture partner Western Digital, however, to close the sale. WISDOMING DIGITAL CLEAR IN MINUSWestern Digital, however, has an interest in a chip takeover and is part of a bidding consortium around the financial investor KKR. The Western Digital papers lost 3.42 percent. Foxconn (Foxconn Technology) is also one of the bidders for the Chipsparte and this offer is among other things also supported by Apple.Im Dow meanwhile oil values ​​were in demand. Thus Chevron's shares at the top of the index gained 1.5 percent after the International Energy Agency had published a new, more optimistic demand forecast for crude oil. EURO UNDER PRESSURE The investment bank Goldman Sachs has sold the shares of Micron (Micron Technology) before the presentation of the financial figures for the year September 26, the shares of the Chiphersteller accounted for just under 1 percent. He expects a strong business development in DRAM memory chips and expects that Micron's results for the first quarter of 2017/18 will be above market expectations, analyst Mark Delaney said. The price of the euro came under pressure from price data from the US and last recorded at 1.1884 US dollars. The European Central Bank had previously set the reference price at 1.1979 (Tuesday: 1.1933). The dollar thus cost 0,8348 (0.88380) euros. Pioneering ten-year US government bonds lost 6/32 in the face of friendly Wall Street to 100 17/32 points. They repaid with 2,190 per cent./la/stb— By Lutz Alexander, dpa-AFX —



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