Shares in the United States fell from record highs on Tuesday, and their European peers also showed negative balances. As a result, yields on 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) reached a low of -1.147 before borrowing at -1.116.
Shares in the United States fell from record highs on Tuesday, led by declines in the Nasdaq, as investors were cautious ahead of the results of major Internet and technology companies and the announcement from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday.
Shares of Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, and Alphabet Inc, which presented their results after the close, fell and were the most weighed on the Nasdaq and S&P 500, along with Amazon Inc, which is expected to submit its report at the end of this week.
In addition, shares of electric car maker Tesla Inc fell following its results late on Monday.
Shares of heavyweight internet and tech companies have risen recently, regaining market leadership last week, putting their results even more in the spotlight.
"Expectations are very high. Paul Nolte, portfolio manager at Kings View Investment Management in Chicago, said they would have a good number. Still, we expect too much, or maybe they will talk about a reduction in the second half of the year.
Added to this cautious tone are the prospects for Chinese stocks listed in the United States, Nolte said. Stocks, including Baidu, widened losses as fears of more regulations persist.
Caution has also been high as the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting begins , with investors looking for signs on when it intends to start curbing its massive stimulus program.
Unofficially, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 101.19 points, or 0.29%, to 35,043.12 units, while the S&P 500 lost 20.6 points, or 0.47%, to 4,401.7 units.
The Nasdaq mix fell 180.14 points, or 1.21%, to 14,660.58 points.
The Pan-European STOX600 index fell 0.5%, and the MSCI's global equity index fell 0.7%.
But losses on Wall Street and Europe were modest compared to the decline in China, where stock market sales also occur in currency and bond markets.
As a precautionary measure in the markets on Tuesday, the 10-year Treasury Treasury on Securities of Inflation (TIPS) fell to a record low of -1.147% before recovering to -1.116 to.
Natural bond or inflation-adjusted returns in significant economies have fallen in recent sessions, a move that analysts attribute to growing concerns about the economic outlook following an increase in variants of COVID-19. as well as technical factors such as the substantial purchase of bonds by central banks.
Returns on the 10-year Treasury note fell 3.5 basis points to 24 1.241.
Currency investors were also waiting for the Fed meeting. The dollar has risen broadly for more than a month on expectations that the economy will strengthen. The Fed will tighten its monetary policy, weakened on Tuesday, without significant changes. Bets before Powell's comments.
The dollar index was down 0.253%, while the euro was up 0.28% at $ 1.1832.
Prudence in the markets caused oil prices to give up previous gains.
In the United States, crude oil fell 0.19 percent to $ 71.77 a barrel, and Brent was trading at $ 74.53, a slight increase of 0.04 percent that day.
Billion benefited from the slightest risk of corruption among investors.
The gold to the cash gained 0.3% to $ 1802.62 an ounce, while gold futures rose the US 0.28% to $ 1803.70 an ounce.