US News: fear of rising interest rates: Wall Street collapses

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The Wall Street starts after the previous day's turmoil again with losses.

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Trading on Monday was marked by a sharp sell-off which was filmed in late trading in an even more spectacular recovery movement. In addition to uncertainties around the future interest rate course of the US Federal Reserve, the ongoing Ukraine crisis ensures nervousness on the market.

The Dow Jones quoted index temporarily 1.88 percent lower at 33,704.95 points. For the NASDAQ Composite is about 2.7 percent to 13,464.13 count down.

The US markets are likely to remain volatile at least until the first rate hike Fed said Jason Liu, Asia head of investment office in the Deutsche Bank.

A first rate hike is not expected until the meeting in March. Uncertainty is mainly about follow how many more rate hikes this year and how strong they will fail. four rate hikes so far are in the market for granted. With voltage is therefore waiting for the testimony of Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.

economic side, the agenda clearly. Only the index of consumer confidence for January was released shortly after the start bell.

for movement in the individual values ​​should also provide the winning momentum reporting season, however. NEW YORK (Dow Jones)

interest fears Press DAX for the start of trading far down .
On Thursday it goes first for the DAX after the Fed interest rate decision on the eve first. © Provided by Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP / Getty Images The DAX started the session 1.48 percent weaker at 15.229.98 points. The interest fears previously accrued after the US Federal Reserve Session will miss the German stock market on Thursday a belonging damper. Otherwise, investors' focus is on the ride receiving quarterly reporting season.

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