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Close: stocks recorded from Europe after the referendum, the biggest one-day decline in 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 10 am Beijing time, U.S. stocks fell sharply Friday, the main stock index recorded a British exit after the biggest referendum single day decline. Fed officials hawkish remarks and lower oil prices weighed on stocks. Est at 16:00 on September 9th (Beijing time at 04:00 on September 10th), the Dow fell 394.46 points, at 18085.45 points, or 2.13%; P index fell 53.49 points, at 2127.81 points, or 2.45%; the NASDAQ fell 133.57 points, at 5125.91 points, down 2.54%. U.S. stocks on Friday suffered the biggest one-day decline after the British referendum. Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell this week, a total of 2.4%, the largest single week decline since February 5th. This week the Dow is down 2.2%, for the biggest weekly decline since January 8th. The NASDAQ fell 2.4% this week, hit the biggest weekly decline since April 29th. The Fed’s interest rate setting committee members, the Boston Fed President Eric – (Eric Rosengren) said the interest rate hike. He said that if the wait time is too long, commercial real estate and other asset prices exist overheating risk. "Based on the data so far, I personally believe that it is reasonable to continue to focus on the normalization of monetary policy," he said." Rosengren’s speech makes the market worried that loose monetary policy may be coming to an end. After Rosengren’s speech, the dollar steadily higher, 10 year bond prices rose to the highest level in the UK before the referendum. 10 plate all the S & P 500 index fell, the so-called defensive sectors, namely, telecommunications and consumer goods sector led. Crude oil prices fell 2%, affecting the energy sector fell. On Friday, U.S. stocks fell overnight overseas markets generally fell. Affected by geopolitical factors in Northeast Asia, the Asian and European markets fell on Friday. The European Central Bank announced on Thursday to maintain interest rates unchanged, and decided not to expand the scale of easing. The U.S. stocks fell, the S & P 500 index and the Dow fell 0.3%, the NASDAQ fell 0.4%. Themis Trading partner and stock trading sector co director Joe Saluzzi (Joe) believes that if the fed in September to raise interest rates, the market may also make a positive response. He said: if the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates for reasonable reasons, that is, the U.S. economy is firmly rooted, then the market may welcome interest rates." Some analysts believe that investors have lost confidence in the effectiveness of monetary policy. FXTM Research analyst Otto Nur Fagafaga Luckmann (Lukman Otunuga) said: "the European Central Bank to halt the troops and wait worries some people, the central bank has in the future continue to implement loose monetary policy has no good lost confidence, stocks may appear more substantial decline. Five相关的主题文章: