After Wednesday's big gain of over 2 percent, the major American stock exchanges opened on Thursday with a negative correction.
In New York, the DJIA-30 index was 0.16 percent, the S & P-500 index was 0.33 percent, and the Nasdaq Composite index showed a loss of 0.37 percent at the beginning of the deal.
Wednesday's exchange rates Due to the mid-term election results, a big increase was due to the uncertainty that investors had come to expect. The DJIA and S & P indices on Wednesday have been the biggest one-day gain since 1982.
On Thursday, however, the market is focusing on the monetary policy signals expected of the two-day Fed's two-day benchmark meeting and its justifications. According to analyst consensus, the Fed does not change the benchmark interest rate, but may signal a steeper interest rate.
Oil prices declined, at $ 61.22 per barrel in the US market, 0.73 percent lower in global trade, and Brent's price dropped by 0.62 percent to $ 71.62.
The euro is listed at $ 1,1439, 0.11 percent stronger, while the price of Gold fell by 0.10 percent to $ 1225.00 per ounce.
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