Market Insights: Dec 28th, 2023


NVIDIA is set to surpass Intel and Samsung, becoming the leader in the semiconductor industry; D.com boosts salaries company-wide

Stock Market and Investments:

  • Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average stabilized, while the S&P 500 index approached a new record high.
  • Asian stock markets reached a five-month high, driven by intensified rate cut expectations.
  • In the early market session, the rebound trend continued, with increased funds favoring stocks in the new energy sector.

Corporate Developments:

  • JD.com announced a company-wide salary increase, with frontline positions such as sales and procurement seeing nearly a doubling of compensation.
  • NVIDIA is poised to surpass Intel and Samsung, potentially becoming a leader in the semiconductor industry.
  • The New York Times sues Microsoft and OpenAI for copyright infringement.
  • A U.S. court lifts the ban, allowing the latest model of the Apple Watch to be relisted.

Economic Policies and Outlook:

  • The Economic Daily emphasizes a "zero tolerance" stance towards securities fraud issues.
  • UBS warns of an economic recession in 2024, suggesting the possibility of a "slash-and-burn" interest rate cut.
  • The United States extends the tariff exemption for some Chinese products until the end of May next year.

Global Markets and Commodities:

  1. International rice prices hit a fifteen-year high, potentially triggering food inflation.
  2. Escalating tensions in the Middle East lead to an increase in oil prices.
  3. Russia expects the average price of Brent crude oil to be between $80 and $85 per barrel next year.

Other News:

  • Expectations of a Federal Reserve rate cut impact the trends of the U.S. dollar and the euro.
  • Hong Kong International Airport passenger traffic rebounds to 80% of pre-pandemic levels.
  • IPO reviews resume in the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets, with two applications received.


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