American equities plummeted as there seems to be no hope in sight
The markets grew awaiting the latest European Central Bank
monetary policy which was due to be published this Thursday. Europe50 traded 0.3%
and France40 rose
0.1% each. UK100 went up 0.2%.
added 0.1% at 1.1932.
The Federal Reserve meeting minutes released yesterday
brought more uncertainty regarding economic recovery. USA30 fell 0.31%, while USA500 lost 0.39%. TECH100 also lost 0.57%.
was brought lower by 1.1% and settled at $1,943.27.
Oil traded 0.6% lower at $42.85, while Brent lost 0.7% to
$45.16 per barrel.
Index jumped 1% to 93.
Asia and Australia
Banks continue injecting money into their battered
economies, bringing the markets closer to a seven-month high. HongKong45 lost 0.9%,
Japan225 rose 0.25%.
grew 0.8%. USD/JPY remained
silent at 105.50.
traded at $0.7250.
Sources: reuters.com, investing.com
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