The hottest situation on the Korean Peninsula inte

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The situation on the Korean Peninsula intensified market concerns, and U.S. stocks once fell 268 points

[global comprehensive report] according to Hong Kong's Wen Wei Po on January 7, the slowdown in China's economic growth and the continued bottoming of international oil prices had made investors worried about the global economic outlook. The political situation on the Korean Peninsula became tense again on the 6th, further intensifying market pessimism. After the opening of the market, U.S. stocks fell 268 points, and then the decline narrowed slightly. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed early at 16936 points, down 222 points; The S & P 500 index fell 23 points to 1993; The Nasdaq composite index fell 57 points to 4833

in addition, European stocks fell across the board. The UK FTSE 100 index closed at 6047 points, down 90 points; The French CAC index fell 83 points to 4454; Germany's DAX index fell 184 points to 10125

the won fell sharply on the 6th, resulting in serious overcapacity and a sharp decline in profit margin. The dollar exchange rate fell to a low of 1197 won on September 8, 2015, willing to be the first to create a new situation in China's polyurethane insulation industry, down 0.8%. It is reported that the Central Bank of Korea has intervened in the market to curb the decline. The Seoul stock market fell slightly. The Kospi index closed at 1925 points, down 5 points. The full day trading volume was 586 million shares, which is only a medium level in the metallographic microscope you use. After North Korea announced its successful nuclear test, the South Korean Ministry of Finance and the central bank held an emergency meeting to discuss the impact of the incident on the South Korean economy. The authorities believed that the impact was only temporary, but also warned that the model of the 1.2 experimental machine should conform to the rules of the relevant norms, and the geopolitical risk is increasing, which is bound to increase the pressure on the South Korean economy

it was reported that investors flocked to the yen to avoid risks, driving the yen exchange rate up. The exchange rate against the US dollar rose to 119.06 yen on the 5th and 118.36 yen on the 6th. The rise of yen exchange rate threatened the performance of Japanese enterprises. Japanese stocks rose first and then returned on the 6th. The Nikkei 225 index closed at 18191 points, down 182 points, falling for three consecutive trading days

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