US STOCKS-Wall Street closes above 32,000 for second day

US STOCKS-Wall Street closes above 32,000 for second day

NEW YORK, New York - As concerns over the banking sector eased, U.S. stocks moved moderately higher on Thursday, but closed well off earlier highs.

Even if the banking woes have been contained and the deposit flight is over, I don't think they'll be the only headlines that pose risks to the economy, said Liz Young, head of investment strategy at SoFi. In a note, he said something. There is a possibility that there will be a credit problem in the coming months as companies' debt matures and they need to refinance their operations at higher rates than before. The tech sector did the best with the Nasdaq Composite advancing 117.44 points or 1.01 percent to 11,787. The Standard and Poor's 500 added 11.75 points or 0.30 percent to 3,948. The Dow Jones industrials increased by 75.14 points or 0.23 percent to 32,105. The foreign exchange markets traded with mixed results on Thursday. The euro US dollar pair was down 0.14 percent, at 1.0839. The Japanese yen was up to 130.60, a gain of 0.58 percent.

The Canadian dollar pair moved up to 1.3714, while the Swiss franc pair rose by 0.17 percent to 0.9158.

The British pound was up 0.24 percent to 1.2291 on the other hand.

The Australian dollar was little changed at 0.6684, while the New Zealand dollar fell 0.58 percent to 0.6256. It remains to be seen how these results will affect the global economy and financial markets. As investors navigate these uncertain times, experts suggest that investors should be cautious and keep a close eye on the markets.

The world stock markets saw a mixed bag of results on Thursday, with some indices seeing modest gains while others had significant losses.

The FTSE 100 in the UK fell by 0.89 percent, losing 67.24 points to close at 7,499. Germany's DAX PERFORMANCE-INDEX fell by just 0.04 percent, or 5.80 points, ending the day at 15,210. The CAC 40 in Paris, France saw an increase of 0.11 percent, adding 8.13 points to close at 7,139. In Asia, Japan's Nikkei 225 index closed down 0.17 percent, losing 47.00 points to 27,419. Hong Kong gained 458.21 points to close at 20,049. The city's surged by 2.34 percent, rising to close at 20,049. The SSE Composite Index rose by 0.64 percent in China, closing at 3,286, a gain of 20.90 points. With a trading volume of 547.068 million, 65 has a trading volume of 547.068 million. The Shenzhen Index increased by 0.94 percent, or 108.36 points, ending the day at 11,605. It had a trading volume of 2.548 billion.

The ESTX 50 PR.EUR saw an increase of 0.27 percent, adding 11.44 points to 4,207 in Europe. The Euronext 100 Index was up by 0.32 percent, gaining 4.19 points to close at 1,329. The BEL 20 in Belgium fell 0.23 percent, falling 8.35 points to close at 3,657. The MOEX Russia Index fell by 0.19 percent in Russia, losing 4.14 points to close at 2,222. The STI Index in Singapore decreased by 0.06 percent, losing 1.98 points to close at 3,219. Australia's S&P ASX 200 index saw a decline of 0.67 percent, losing 47.00 points to 6,968 at the end of the day. The Australian ALL ORDINARIES index dropped by 0.72 percent, losing 52.10 points to close at 7,148. India's S fell by 0.50 percent, losing 289.31 points to 57,925. Indonesia's IDX COMPOSITE index went up by 1.20 percent, gaining 79.12 points to close at 6,691. Malaysia's FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI saw a decline of 0.08 percent, losing 1.06 points to close at 1,410. New Zealand's S&P NZX 50 INDEX GROSS increased by 0.07 percent.