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  • COVIDゼロのロックダウン抗議が中国全土のより多くの都市に広がるにつれて、米国株は下落しました。

  • 原油価格は下落し、国際的なベンチマークであるブレント原油は約 2.8% 下落しました。

  • 投資家は、北京が市民の不安と中国全土での新しいウイルス感染の急増にどのように対処するかを見守っています。

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US stocks dropped Monday as rare protests in China against the government’s strict zero-COVID policies broke out.

The unrest comes as a spike in COVID-19 infections prompted more local lockdown controls despite recent hopes of easing policy from Beijing. The world’s second-largest economy has seen almost three years of stringent lockdowns, which have weighed on growth.

Events in China continue to drag on oil prices. Brent crude dropped as low as $81.30 a barrel, which would mark the lowest close in 10 months if it maintains that level throughout the day.

Here’s where US indexes stood as the market opened 9:30 a.m. on Monday:

Here’s what else is happening:

In commodities, bonds, and crypto:


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株式市場ニュース 中国が COVID-19 によるロックダウンに抗議