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世界市场投资者从中美达成第一阶段贸易协定中重拾信心

2019-12-18 14:04

北京,12月17日(新华社)——美国股市上涨,欧洲和亚洲的主要市场在本周的头两天也有所提升,中国和美国上周末宣布的一期经济和贸易协议提振了投资者情绪。


中国和美国同意的文本第一阶段经济和贸易协定在平等和相互尊重的原则基础上,并达成共识,美方将履行承诺逐步淘汰其额外的中国产品的关税,根据中方上周五发表声明。


周一,美国股市收盘走高,贸易协议的消息传出后,投资者信心增强。


道琼工业指数收高100.51点,或0.36%,报28,235.89点;标准普尔500指数. spx收高22.65点,或0.71%,报3,191.45点;Nasdaq综合股价指数上扬79.35点,或0.91%,报8,814.23点;


在英国首相鲍里斯•约翰逊(Boris Johnson)赢得大选的积极影响下,富时100指数(FTSE 100)周一上涨2.25%,创下自2018年12月底以来的最大单日涨幅,而富时250指数(FTSE 250)则创下1.9%的创纪录涨幅。


德国股市周一开局良好,DAX指数上涨67.14点,或0.51%,报13,349.86点。DAX指数收于13,407.66点,涨124.94点,或0.94%。


周二,东京股市在华尔街创下收盘新高后开盘走高。截至格林尼治时间12点15分,日经225指数周一上涨96.10点,涨幅0.40%,至24048.45点。


与此同时,东证指数上涨4.90点,或0.28%,至1,741.77点。


香港股市周二上涨122.60点,涨幅0.45%,收于27630.69点。


基准的韩国综合股价指数星期五上涨1.54%,原因是人们对中国和美国之间的第一阶段贸易协定抱有很高的期望。中国和美国是韩国最大的两个贸易伙伴。由于获利回吐的需求,该指数周一下跌0.1%。


韩国DB Financial Investment的分析师Seol Tae-hyun表示,如果第一阶段的交易得以实施,全球经济复苏的预期将对韩国股市产生积极影响。


“没有理由消极看待第一阶段的交易。这已经为市场所熟知,股市指数也一路走高,”他在接受新华社采访时表示。


同样在周二,澳大利亚股市开盘上涨,消费和科技股抵消了表现不佳的金融板块的影响。开盘后不久,整体普通股指数上涨15.60点,涨幅0.22%,报6,967.90点。


油价上涨延续了人们对中美关系的希望。交易可能会提振需求。


周一,纽约商品交易所1月份交割的西德克萨斯中质原油结算价上涨14美分,至每桶60.21美元。伦敦洲际交易所2月份交割的布伦特原油价格上涨12美分,收于每桶65.34美元。


德国商业银行(Commerzbank Research)能源分析师尤金•温伯格(Eugen Weinberg)表示:“市场对经济的乐观情绪、鉴于中美贸易争端的‘第一阶段协议’以及美元疲软,全球股市不断上涨,推动了市场的上涨。”

 

BEIJING, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- U.S. stocks rallied as major European and Asian markets were also lifted in the first two days of the week, after investor sentiment was buoyed by China and the United States announcing a phase-one economic and trade agreement last weekend.

China and the United States have agreed on the text of a phase-one economic and trade agreement based on the principle of equality and mutual respect, and reached consensus that the U.S. side will fulfill its commitments to phase out its additional tariffs on Chinese products, according to a statement by the Chinese side late Friday.

On Monday, U.S. stocks closed higher as investor confidence increased following the news of the trade deal.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 100.51 points, or 0.36 percent, to 28,235.89. The S&P 500 increased 22.65 points, or 0.71 percent, to 3,191.45. The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 79.35 points, or 0.91 percent, to 8,814.23.

Driven by the positive effect from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's election victory, the FTSE 100 index on Monday rose 2.25 percent in the largest single-day gain since late December 2018, while the FTSE 250 reported a record 1.9 percent increase.

German stocks were off to a good start on Monday, with the benchmark DAX index rising 67.14 points, or 0.51 percent, opening at 13,349.86 points. The DAX index closed at 13,407.66 points, gaining 124.94 points, or 0.94 percent.

On Tuesday, Tokyo stocks opened higher following record closing highs on Wall Street overnight. As of 9:15 a.m. (GMT 1215), the 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average gained 96.10 points, or 0.40 percent, from Monday to 24,048.45.

Meanwhile, the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange rose 4.90 points, or 0.28 percent, to 1,741.77.

Hong Kong stocks gained 122.60 points, or 0.45 percent, to open at 27,630.69 points on Tuesday.

The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index or KOSPI jumped 1.54 percent Friday, amid high expectations for the phase-one trade agreement between China and the United States, South Korea's top two trading partners. The index shed 0.1 percent Monday on demand for profit-taking.

Seol Tae-hyun, an analyst at South Korea's DB Financial Investment, said that if the phase-one deal is implemented, expectations for a global economic recovery will have a positive impact on the local stock market.

"There is no reason to negatively view the phase-one deal. It is already known to markets and the stock market index advanced high," he told Xinhua.

Also on Tuesday, the Australian share market lifted at opening, with consumer and tech stocks offsetting an underperforming financial sector. Shortly after the opening, the broader All Ordinaries index was up 15.60 points or 0.22 percent at 6,967.90.

Oil prices extended gains on the hope that the China-U.S. deal might raise demand.

On Monday, the West Texas Intermediate for January delivery settled 14 cents higher at 60.21 U.S. dollars a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude for February delivery rose 12 cents to close at 65.34 dollars a barrel on the London ICE Futures Exchange.

"Buoyancy is being generated by optimism about the economy, rising stock markets worldwide in view of the 'Phase one deal' in the trade dispute between China and the United States, and a weak U.S. dollar," Eugen Weinberg, energy analyst at Commerzbank Research, said.

来自: xinhua