All three major U.S. stock index futures fell by more than 1%. As of publication, S & P 500 index futures fell 1.27% to 2919.38; Dow futures fell 1.19% to 25248.0; Nasdaq 100 index futures fell 1.28% to 8275.50.
European stocks fell more than 3%. As of publication, the FTSE 100 index in the UK fell 3.15% to 6582.25; the CAC40 index in France fell 3.17% to 5321.28; the DAX index in Germany fell 3.43% to 11943.08; the FTSE MIB index in Italy fell 2.63% to 22199.01.
The commodity market suffered a huge setback. Gold bullies worried about physical demand, and gold as a commodity also fell under pressure. As of the press release, Comex gold futures fell 0.92% to $1627.45/oz. Crude oil continued to fall sharply. As of publication, WTI crude oil futures fell 2.89% to 45.73 USD / barrel; Brent crude oil fell 2.69% to 50.34 USD / barrel.
The yield of 10-year US Treasury bonds continued to refresh to 1.2027%; the yield of 5-year US Treasury bonds fell to 1%, the first time since 2016; the yield of 2-year US Treasury bonds fell to 1%, the first time since 2016.
Novel coronavirus pneumonia, the international trade situation and the US general election are expected to slow down to 2.8% in 2020, the lowest growth rate since 2008, the global research department of the Bank of America released 27.