Investors ‘ mood was also affected by statistics published before the opening of the exchanges Tuesday that import prices in the U.S. in October fell by 0.5% month-on-month and 10.5% – in annual.
MOSCOW, 11 Nov. U.S. stock indexes on Tuesday showed no single trend in anticipation of a base rate increase by the fed in December, according to data exchanges.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 0.16% to 17758,21 item; high-tech NASDAQ fell by 0.24% to 5083,24 item; the index of wide market S&P 500 has added 0,15%, to 2081,72 item.
After posted on Friday statistics on the labor market investors await the first since 2006 base rate increase in the U.S. with the lowest level in December.
“There is a danger that the fed was late in raising rates, and now may be forced to raise them more rapidly and not gradually. This is probably bad for markets, but it will be good for workers and the economy, because wages and incomes will grow,” — said the Agency MarketWatch senior investicinis Tower Bridge Advisors James Meyer (James Meyer).
Market participants also drew attention to the statistics published before the opening of the exchanges Tuesday. In particular, import prices in the U.S. in October fell by 0.5% month-on-month and 10.5% — in annual. Analysts speculated that the price will be reduced by 0.1% month-on-month and 9.4% compared to October last year.
Frustrated investors have brought statistics of China, under which annual consumer inflation in China in October was at its lowest level since may of this year to 1.3%, below forecasts of the analysts expecting the value at 1.5%.
Apple shares fell by 3,29% after Credit Suisse reported a decrease of orders of the Corporation on the components by 10%.