Positive US Economic Growth Makes World Stock Market Go Green

The US stock market closed the trading day on 10-2 with signs of prosperity and stock indexes in Asia also increased slightly in the opening session in the morning of 11-2.

According to MarketWatch, in the morning 11-2, MSCI stock index, excluding Japan (closed due to holidays), increased slightly by 0.1% points, Australian stocks rose 0.6% points and Korea’s KOSPI index increased by 0.7% points. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 indexes increased well at the end of February 10 (US time) when investors recorded good sales of US companies in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Concerns about global supply chain disruptions due to the 2019-nCoV pneumonia epidemic have also subsided. Millions of workers and factories in China gradually return to work after the long Chinese New Year holidays.

Ending the session on 10 February at the New York Exchange (USA), some leading stocks of large corporations such as Amazon.com, Microsoft Corp and Alphabet Inc increased, which created a force to push 3 key stock indexes of the US market simultaneously gained.

Specifically, the Dow Jones increased by 174.31 points (0.6%) to 29,276.82 points and the S&P 500 increased by 24.39 points (0.73%) to 3,352.1 points. Especially, the Nasdaq Composite increased 107.88 points (1.13%) to a new record of 9,628.39 points.

In addition to factors related to economic activity in China, the US economic situation has many positive signs also somewhat make investors more excited. Analysts said the US economic growth in the fourth quarter of 2019 could reach 2.3%, higher than the forecast of 2% made in early January.

Whereas, concerned about the complicated development of the epidemic in China, will affect production and business activities in this Asian country, gold and USD are considered safe haven for investors.

Gold and USD prices simultaneously increased in the trading session on February 10. Future gold price in the US market increased by 0.4% to 1,579 USD / oz. Meanwhile, the dollar rose 0.17%. World oil prices have fallen by 20% compared to peak oil prices in January 2020 due to demand for oil in China, the world’s No. 1 importer of oil, plummeting due to epidemics.