The turnover of Uber Technologies, the company behind the famous taxi app, continues to grow strongly, but the pace is weakening considerably. In addition, the company continues to write red numbers while working on an IPO in New York.
The stock exchanges in New York opened lower on Thursday. After strongly declining retail sales, the earlier positive sentiment on Wall Street reversed. Traders had a trade heap around the American-Chinese trade dispute. President Donald Trump would be willing to postpone the deadline for a trade agreement for 60 days.
The US stock exchanges opened lower on Friday. This means that Thursday’s line, when there were also strong price losses, continues. Trade concerns have clearly returned to Wall Street since US President Donald Trump has indicated that he will not meet Chinese President Xi Jinping this month to close a trade deal.
The Amsterdam stock exchange has taken a step back Thursday after seven trading days with a profit. Lower growth expectations for the euro zone put the AEX at a loss. A negative mood on Wall Street also caused price pressure on the Damrak. Steel manufacturer ArcelorMittal and cable operator Altice Europe were the biggest loosers in the AEX. The natural food company Wessanen also suffered a lot of...