On Thursday, August 5, world stocks were mixed as Wall Street was almost down, the EU was all up, and the Asia Pacific mostly climbed.
The MSCI World Stocks Index plummeted 0.22% with a net loss of $6.68. This sent the stocks to the bottom at $3,085.83 per share.
On Wall Street Street, the NASDAQ Composite Index is the only one who jumped. It gained 0.13% with a net increase of $19.24 sending the stocks higher at $14,781 per share.
Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average led the losses by 0.92% with a net decline of $323.73. This sent the stocks to the bottom at $34,793 per share.
The benchmark S&P 500 also fluctuated 0.46% with a net loss of $20.49. This sent the stock below at $4,403 per share.
In Europe, Germany’s DAX Index progressed 0.88% with a net addition of $137.05. This sent the stocks up at $15,692 per share.
Then, the country’s MDAX Performance Index followed. It ameliorated 0.53% with a net gain of $186.15 sending the stocks to $35,486 per share.
In the London Stock Exchange, both FTSE 100 Index and FTSE All Share Index smashed 0.26%.
The former had a net increase of $18.14 sending the stocks to $7,124. Then, the latter had a net gain of $10.69 which sent the stocks to $4,085.
In the Paris Stocks Exchange, the CAC 40 Index soared 0.33% with a net addition of $22.42. This sent the stocks higher at $6,746 per share.
Additionally, the Global Dow Realtime EUR hopped 0.08% or 2.57 points to $3,185.26.
Asia Pacific Stocks Mostly Up
Moreover, the MSCI All Countries Asia Pacific Stocks Index boosted 0.27% or 0.55 points. This sent the stock above at $201.17 per share.
In the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei 225 spiked 0.44% with a net increase of $122.32. This sent the stocks up at $27,706 per share.
Then, the broader TOPIX index also surpassed 0.28% or 5.40 points to $1,926.83 per share.
Consequently, China’s Shanghai Composite Index hopped 0.09% or 3.17 points to $3,480.39 per share.
On the other hand, the Shenzhen Component Index subsided 0.28% with a net decline of $41.53. This sent the stocks below at $14,948.58 per share.
Likewise, South Korea’s KOSPI also dropped 0.01% with a net loss of $0.42. This sent the stocks to the ground at $3,279.96 per share.