Opening: economic report after U.S. stocks opened higher Thursday U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes warrants to view the latest market stocks Sina News Beijing time on the evening of 22, U.S. stocks opened higher Thursday, continuation of yesterday’s rising trend. The market continues to consider the Fed’s interest rate decision yesterday. Last week, the United States filed for unemployment benefits for the first time in eighty-first consecutive weeks below the 300 thousand mark. Est at 09:30 on September 22nd (Beijing time at 21:30 on September 22nd), the Dow rose 71.74 points, at 18365.44 points, or 0.39%; P index rose 9.47 points, at 2172.59 points, or 0.44%; the NASDAQ rose 27.59 points, at 5322.78 points, or 0.52%. On Wednesday the Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates unchanged. Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) said in a statement: the Commission to determine the reasons for the increase in interest rates has been enhanced, but decided not to raise interest rates at the moment, waiting for more evidence that the Fed has now been achieved." Janet, chairman of the Federal Reserve – Yellen (Janet) hinted at the end of may increase interest rates, and expressed confidence in the U.S. economy. The Fed’s statement, U.S. stocks higher Wednesday, the main stock index was up about 1%. The NASDAQ hit a record closing high. ADS Securities retail sales manager Jemison – (Jamieson Blake), said: "the fact that the Fed’s policy unchanged, of course, make the market happy." Low interest rate environment to promote the United States and other risk assets continued to rise in recent years. Blake said: but from yesterday’s closing stock market, the market price seems to have reflected the rising power. The difficulty is to adjust monetary policy before inflationary pressures start to rise." Thursday’s economic data, the U.S. Labor Department announced that as of September 17th, when the United States to apply for unemployment benefits fell 8000, down to 252 thousand. This is the index for eighty-first consecutive weeks below the 300 thousand mark. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected an average of 260 thousand. The data show that the U.S. labor market is still strong. Second hand housing sales data and leading economic indicators will be released at 10 a.m.. Stock news, software developer Red Hat (RHT) shares rose, after the company announced quarterly results and objectives are exceeded market expectations. Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) has been concerned about the company’s quarterly earnings announcement on Wednesday after lower than expected. YAHOO (YHOO) shares lower, the network pioneer companies are about to confirm data leakage, hundreds of millions of user accounts face risks. Apple (AAPL) shares rose earlier, Nomura Securities Analysts will be its price target from $120 up to $135. Other city scene, crude oil futures prices rose on Thursday. The Asian market, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.56%. Day 5相关的主题文章: