German Dax up 0.17%. UK FTSE decline of -0.21%Of European stocks are mostly higher with the united KINGDOM, the FTSE index the laggard.
- German Dax up 0.17%
- France’s CAC up 0.11%
- UK FTSE down by -0.21%
- The spain Ibex up 0.45%
- Portugal PSI20 up to 0.35%
- In italy, the FTSE MIB up 0.38%
In the EU 10 years on the market of the debt:
- Germany 0.444%, down -1.5 bp
- France 0.717%, down from -1.8 bp
- United KINGDOM 1.356%, down from -0.7 bp
- Spain 1.680%, down -2.9 bp
- Portugal 2.405%, down from -0.9 bp
- Italy 2.114%, down from -3.3 bp
At the end of the London day:
- Spot gold is up $4.57, or 0.36%, to $1281.13
- WTI crude oil is up $0.17 or +0.34% to $49.47
- U.s. equities are mixed. S&P is down -0.59 points, or -0.2%. The Nasdaq is 5.76 points, or +0.09%. Dow is 12.83 points or +0.05%
- US debt market is closed.
In the foreign exchange market, the pound sterling remains the strongest (and NZD the weakest), but the gains have been reduced.
Looking at the chart below, the GBPUSD has increased by more than 100 pips, but is now only 64 pips. The GBPJPY has increased with almost 140 pips, it is only 70 pips now. The same is true for all pairs of GBP. The cable is stronger on the day, but not as strong as it once was earlier in the session.