Stocks drop, Eurommm

20 Oct

Stocks Drop, Euro Erases Gain as Division Arises in European Crisis Talks
October 19, 2011 4:22 PM EDT

U.S. stocks fell and the euro erased gains as a split emerged between France and Germany on ways to boost the European bailout fund, while the Federal Reserve said companies grew more pessimistic about the economy. Apple Inc. (AAPL) slid the most since 2008 as earnings trailed estimates.

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index sank 1.3 percent to close at 1,209.88 at 4 p.m. in New York after earlier climbing to 1,229.64, above its highest closing level since Aug. 3. Financial shares in the index lost 1.7 percent as a group, reversing a 1.5 percent rally. The euro was little changed at $1.3748 after climbing 0.9 percent earlier. The S&P GSCI Index of commodities fell 1.7 percent, wiping out a 0.9 percent gain.

http://mobile.bloomberg.com/news/2011-10-19/asia-stocks-korean-won-gain-on-europe-outlook-u-s-futures-drop-on-apple?category=%2F. U.S.
Dow: 11,505 ( -72.43, -0.63%)

Nasdaq: 2,604 ( -53.39, -2.01%)
S&P 500: 1,210 ( -15.50, -1.26%)
GlobalDow: 1,826 ( + 1.92, + 0.11%)
Gold: $1,645 ( -8.00, -0.48%)
Oil: $86.04 ( -2.30, -2.60%)

Europe
FTSE 100: 5,450 ( + 40.14, + 0.74%)
CAC 40: 3,157 ( + 16.24, + 0.52%)
DAX: 5,914 ( + 36.12, + 0.61%)
FTSE MIB: 16,293 ( + 323.05, + 2.02%)
IBEX 35 IDX: 8,850 ( + 38.20, + 0.43%)
GlobalDow: 1,826 ( + 1.92, + 0.11%)

Asia
Nikkei 225: 8,773 ( + 30.63, + 0.35%)
Hang Seng: 18,309 ( + 232.76, + 1.29%)
Shanghai: 2,490 ( -6.29, -0.25%)
S&P ASX: 4,275 ( + 25.30, + 0.60%)
Sensex: 17,085 ( + 337.05, + 2.01%)
GlobalDow: 1,826 ( + 1.92, + 0.11%)

Currency/Rates
Euro /$1US: 1.38 ( -0.0006, -0.05%)
$1US / Yen: 76.83 ( + 0.02, + 0.02%)
Pound / $1US: 1.58 ( -0.0002, -0.01%)
Dollar Index: 77.10 ( -0.06, -0.08%)
10yr T-note: $2.16 ( -0.02, -0.73%)
2yr T-note: $0.28 ( 0.00, 0.00%)

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