This morning there are declines on the Asian stock exchanges.
Tokyo loses 0.3%, Hong Kong is down by 0.4%, Shanghai maintains stability. Singapore retreated by 0.2%, Seoul is losing 0.2% and the Asia Dow index adds 0.1%.
The major electronics companies, including Samsung, are leading the declines on Asian stock exchanges.
However, the financial sector actually comes up following a speech by Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen, which suggests that another rate rise may be on the agenda.
The Euro and the Japanese yen remain stable against the US dollar.
The WTI crude oil loses 0.25% and trades at $ 44.1 per barrel.
Yesterday the Wall Street markets closed down after the Health Law vote was postponed.
The Dow Jones (21,310.66 -0.46%) fell by 0.4%, the S&P 500 (2,419.38 -0.81%) lost 0.8% and the Nasdaq (6,146.62 -1.61%) retreated by 1.6%.
Google’s share (927.33 -2.62%) fell 2.4% after the European Union imposed a record fine of 2.4 billion Euros for violating its search engine competition rules.