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Nikkei index rises 1.4% at opening; Trump speech appeases market sentiment < br 消息 News from Beijing on the 9th, Japan and South Korea stock markets opened higher on Thursday, the Nikkei 225 index opened up 1.4% to 23530.29; the index closed down yesterday Decline, closing down 1.57%. South Korea's KOSPI index opened up 1.31% to 2,151.31 points. Trump's speech calmed market sentiment and US stocks closed higher overnight.
U.S. stocks rose to a record high on Wednesday, as U.S. Treasury bonds fell after U.S. President Trump downplayed comments against Iran. The stock market closed well below intraday highs as reports of Baghdad's latest rocket attack intensified investor tensions.
The S & P 500 jumped to a record high after Trump hinted that no further military action was needed on Iran targets; however, the gains subsided before the close as earlier reports of rockets hitting the U.S. ambassador in Baghdad The green zone where the pavilion is located.
"The market retreated slightly, only erasing part of the rally since President Trump's speech, which shows that its impact is limited," said Wells Fargo Investment Institute senior global strategist. At the close, the S & P 500 index rose 0.5% to 3253.05 points; the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.6% to 28745.09 points; the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 0.7% to 9192.242 points.
Most European stocks closed up. The Stoke Eurozone 50 index rose 0.4%; the Stoke Europe 600 index rose 0.2%; the British FTSE 100 index was basically flat, the French CAC 40 index rose 0.3%, and the German DAX index rose 0.7%.