Dow falls as run on banks raises new concerns; The first mass-market electric car is not Tesla’s

Stocks faltered and fell early on Friday as banking fears resumed after Thursday’s rally. Dow Jones component Microsoft (MSFT) came out of a flat base with an entry of 276.86. Still in the Dow Jones, Apple (AAPL) worked on its four-day win.


The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 1% in the first hour. The S&P 500 fell 0.9%. The Nasdaq saw a smaller decline of 0.5% while the small cap Russell 2000 fell more than 1%.

FedEx (FDX) climbed after earnings. Warner Brothers (WBD) was also a big winner.

Nvidia (NVDA) and Advanced micro-systems (AMD) increased. Baidu (BIDU) gained along with other Chinese stocks. BIDU stock clears its 50-day line.

Volume on the NYSE and on the Nasdaq was higher compared to the same time Thursday.

Bank stocks resumed their slide after yesterday’s hopeful rise.

A First Republic (FRC) The SEC filing revealed the troubled bank held $34 billion in cash before the big banks stepped in with a $30 billion bailout. However, the bank also borrowed $109 billion from the Fed and $10 billion from the Federal Home Loan Bank. FRC also cancels its dividend. Shares fell more than 15% in morning trading.

The SPDR regional bank ETF (KRE) lost more than 4%.

Banks borrowed $12 billion from the Fed’s new bailout program last week. However, they also secured $152.8 billion in short-term emergency loans through the Fed’s ‘Discount Window’, topping $111 billion, more than a week worth of loans during the financial crisis. of 2008.

Crude oil fell to $66.53 a barrel. Gold and bitcoin went up.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury fell 11 basis points to 3.46%.

Stocks move today away from Dow Jones

FedEx widened after third-quarter earnings, surpassing a buy point of 217.48. The shipper raised its outlook for the full year.

MarketAxess (MKTX) came out of a flat base with a buy point of 389.67.

volkswagen (VWAGY) has shown plans to launch its first electric vehicle for the masses, priced at $26,000. Shares fell in the morning.

Tech stock Nvidia added more than 2% to Thursday’s impressive gain. It rose after Morgan Stanley moved the stock from an equal weight to an overweight with a raised price target of 304.

Metaplatforms (META) reduced after its recent breakout from a flat base. Stocks are in a buy zone. META is on IBD SwingTrader while NVDA is on the leaderboard.

Also outside Dow Jones, Warner Brothers rose more than 2% after Wolfe Research raised its rating to outperform. Wells Fargo also gave the stock an overweight rating and a price target of 20.

Chinese stocks rose on Friday.

Alongside BIDU, the e-commerce giant Ali Baba (BABA) got up. Electric vehicle stocks in China Xpeng (XPEV) and Byd (BYDDF) also gained ground.

Shares of page duty (PD) reduced after Thursday’s rally. The stock is approaching a buy point of 33.87 in a cup with handle base.

Cathie Wood’s action Coinbase (COIN) jumped 7%. Stocks rebounded from their 50-day line.

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