Stock Markets

Corona 19 halted US employment growth and key Wall Street indexes fell more than 1.5% on the 3rd. The S & P 500 index ended at 2488.65, rebounding more than 13% from the lows recorded in late March. However, it fell more than 26% compared to the record highs recorded in mid-February.

Eurozone superior stock +90.54 (+ 3.40%) 2,753.53 -26.48%
Eurostock +9.26 (+ 3.19%) 299.68 -25.81%
Europe Stokes 600 +8.14 (+ 2.63%) 317.20 -23.72%
France CAC40 +133.24 (+ 3.21%) 4,287.82 -28.27%
UK FTSE100 +101.28 (+ 1.87%) 5,516.78 -26.86%
Germany DAX +355.08 (+ 3.73%) 9,880.85 -25.42%

Market cap: Samsung Electronics 005930.KS rose 3.40%, SK Hynix 000660.KS rose 4.15%, Celltrion 068270.KS rose 6.63%, LG Chem 051910.KS rose 1.89%, Hyundai Motor 005380.KS rose 2.67%

KOSPI fell 18.46% so far this year, down 18.91% compared to a year ago

MSCI Asia-Pacific stock index other than Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS is up 2.05%, down 20.96% so far this year, down 19.04% compared to a year ago

S & P500 futures ESc1 is rising 4.04%, Nasdaq futures NQc1 is rising 4.24%

KOSDAQ index .KQ11 rose 24.20 points (4.22%) to 597.21 points

KOSDAQ index fell 10.84% ​​so far this year, down 20.55% compared to a year ago

Stock market experts say that it is difficult to see net selling as a departure from individual investors because personal assets have entered the market so much. Nonetheless, corona19 and international oil price variables remained, so investors were cautioned.