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The Nikkei 225 index fell 4.9% in early trading banks, energy stocks led the U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes stock warrants Sina News Beijing 9 news, the Asia Pacific stock markets fell Tuesday. Overnight, the U.S. and European stock markets, banks and energy stocks were sold off, causing the market to worry about the health of the industry enterprises. The Nikkei 225 index at Hugh Pandie 4.9%, to 16168.21 points. Japanese stocks Topix Hugh Pandie 5% to 1310.95 noon. Brokerage, banking and energy stocks led. Overnight U.S. stocks and European shares dragged down by bank shares and technology stocks. Deutsche Bank fell 9.5%, led by European stocks. UK FTSE100 index fell 2.7%. Overnight, the Dow closed down 176.14 or 1.09% points, at 16028.07 points; the S & P 500 fell 26.55 points, or 1.41%, at 1853.51 points, a record in 2014 April to the lowest closing position; the NASDAQ fell 79.39 points, or 1.82%, at 4283.75 points. The yen rose to the highest level in more than a year, made in 2009 since the week of the biggest gains continue to rise, investors in the global economic growth prospects unrest intensified, stimulating demand for hedge. The yen rose 115 yen to 1 dollars, hitting 114.87 yen earlier, the strongest since November 2014. The yen will hurt Japan’s economy relies on exports. Japan’s 10 year treasury bond yields fell to zero for the first time. Japan’s 10 year treasury bond yield broke 0.015%, 0.010%, 0.005%, and hit a record low, falling to zero for the first time in history. Japanese oil exporter Inpex Corp. shares fell 5.3%. MITSUBISHI UFJ financial group fell 6.5%. On Tuesday morning, Taro Aso, the Japanese finance minister, said that the yen volatility was obviously strong and that he would continue to pay close attention to the trend of the yen. Taro Aso, the Japanese finance minister, said that the yen movement would continue to be closely watched. Australia S& P ASX 200 index fell 2.29%, New Zealand S& P NZX 50 fell 1%. In the Australian market, BHP Billiton fell 2.81%, the Australian Federal Bank fell 2.38%. Today, mainland China, Hongkong, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan are closed for the Spring Festival holidays. (Lei Ming) editor in chief: Wang Yongsheng SF153

日经225指数早盘收跌4.9% 银行、能源股领跌 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   新浪美股讯 北京时间9日消息,周二亚太股市全面下挫。隔夜美欧股市银行和能源股股遭到抛售,引发市场对该行业企业的健康状况产生忧虑。   日股日经225指数午间休盘跌4.9%,至16168.21点。日股东证指数午间休盘跌5%至1310.95点。券商、银行及能源股领跌。   隔夜美股和欧股受银行股和技术股拖累而大幅下挫。德意志银行大跌9.5%,领跌欧股。英国FTSE100指数下跌2.7%。隔夜道指收盘下跌176.14点或1.09%,报16028.07点;标普500跌26.55点或1.41%,报1853.51点,创2014年4月份来最低收盘位;纳指跌79.39点或1.82%,报4283.75点。   日元汇率升至一年多来最高水平,在取得2009年以来最大周涨幅之后继续攀升,投资者对全球经济增长前景的不安加剧,刺激了避险需求。日元升破115日元兑1美元,早些时候曾触及114.87日元,为2014年11月以来最强。日元走强将伤害依靠出口的日本经济。   日本10年期国债收益率首次跌至零。早间日本10年期国债收益率连破0.015%、0.010%、0.005%关口,迭创历史新低,最低跌至零,为历史首次。   日本石油出口商Inpex Corp.股价下跌5.3%。三菱UFJ金融集团公司下跌6.5%。   周二上午,日本财务大臣麻生太郎(Taro Aso)说,日元波动显然是剧烈的,他将继续密切关注日元走向。   澳大利亚 S&P ASX 200指数下跌2.29%,新西兰S&P NZX 50下跌1%。在澳大利亚市场,必和必拓下跌2.81%,澳洲联邦银行下跌2.38%。   今日中国内地、香港,韩国、马来西亚、新加坡和台湾因春节假期休市。(雷鸣) 责任编辑:王永生 SF153相关的主题文章: