The decline in the major indices is dominating the Asian bourses. In the US, index futures are still wavering. After the previous three sessions of gains in global equity markets, it was time for a slight “pullback” – brokers reported.

The mood in the markets in China is weaker, among other things thanks to the actions of US President Joe Biden, who appointed Gina Raimondo as US Secretary of Commerce. Rimono said there was “no reason” for Huawei Technologies Co, ZTE Corp. And other Chinese companies from the US trade blacklist.

US companies wishing to sell their technology and intellectual property to Chinese companies must obtain government licenses in such a case.

Meanwhile, investors are watching information on the stimulus package for the US economy, and the US President is pressing for the US Congress to adopt a $ 1.9 trillion fiscal stimulus proposal.

Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of St. Lewis James Bullard, in turn, assessed that stock prices reflected optimism about the economic recovery.

Meanwhile, in January, there were 174,000 companies in the United States. Jobs – According to a report by ADP Employer Services. Analysts estimated the job growth in the United States at 49,000.

Mike Lowgart, Managing Director of Investment Strategy at E * Trade Financial Corp.

In Japan on Thursday, the Nikkei 225 fell 1.06 percent at the end of trading. It reached 28,341.95 points.

Topix fell by 0.3 percent. Up to 1,865.12 points

Decreased 17 out of 33 sectors. Shares of 982 companies decreased, and shares of 1111 companies increased.

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Shares of Kao Corp fell 8.2 percent.

The services sector declined by 1.5%, machinery by 1.2%, and the pharmaceutical sector by 0.9%. The chemicals sector lost 1.5 percent and the food sector fell 1.2 percent.

In China, SCI is under 0.44 percent.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng drops 0.43%

Kospi in South Korea at 1.35%

In India, the Sensex is up 0.25%.

In Europe, Euro Stoxx 50 is down 0.08%, in FTSE 100 it is up 0.23%, in CAC 40 it is down 0.18%, and in the DAX is up 0.01%.

In the US, index futures range from -0.08 to 0.29%.

Wednesday’s session on Wall Street ended with slight gains, and the major indices rose for a third day in a row.

Investors analyzed the company’s latest results and economic data. The leaders of the growth are the fuel companies and the companies that provide telecom services.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.12 percent. And it reached 30,723.60 points.

The S&P 500 rose 0.10 percent. It reached 3,830.17 points.

Nasdaq companies. It decreased 0.02 percent to 13,610.54 points. (PAP Biznes)

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