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EURUSD

Euro / US Dollar
00:54:56
1.1309 %0.07
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

AUDUSD

Australian Dollar / US Dollar
00:54:55
0.69993 %-1.27
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAUUSD

Gold / Euro
00:54:45
1783.925 %0.85
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#US_30

DOW JONES 30
00:54:53
34572.47 %-0.44
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURUSD

Euro / US Dollar
00:54:56
1.1309 %0.07
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

GBPUSD

British Pound / US Dollar
00:54:58
1.32296 %-0.52
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCAD

US Dollar / Canadian Dollar
00:54:59
1.28485 %0.33
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAUEUR

Gold / US Dollar
17:28:57
1647.533 %1.02
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#GER_30

DAX Index
22:59:59
15110.95 %-1.45
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

GBPUSD

British Pound / US Dollar
00:54:58
1.32296 %-0.52
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCHF

US Dollar / Swiss Franc
00:54:16
0.91787 %-0.22
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

AUDCAD

Australian Dollar / Cnd. Dollar
00:54:59
0.89943 %-0.93
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XPTUSD

Platinum / US Dollar
00:54:59
929.485 %-0.98
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#FRA_40

CAC 40 Index
23:00:01
6733.9 %-1.44
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCHF

US Dollar / Swiss Franc
00:54:16
0.91787 %-0.22
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDJPY

US Dollar / Japanese Yen
00:54:55
112.822 %-0.33
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

NZDUSD

New Zealand Dollar / US Dollar
00:54:56
0.67453 %-1.02
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XPDUSD

Palladium / US Dollar
00:54:53
1803.466 %1.87
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#SPX500

S&P 500 Index
00:54:51
4534.45 %-1.15
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDJPY

US Dollar / Japanese Yen
00:54:55
112.822 %-0.33
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURGBP

Euro / British Pound
00:54:58
0.85456 %0.67
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURNZD

Euro / New Zealand Dollar
00:54:58
1.67597 %1.11
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAGUSD

Silver / US Dollar
00:54:59
22.532 %0.73
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#GBR_100

UK 100 & Cash Index
23:54:58
7119.41 %-0.28
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURGBP

Euro / British Pound
00:54:58
0.85456 %0.67
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURJPY

Euro / Japanese Yen
00:54:58
127.591 %-0.25
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

CHFJPY

Swiss Franc / Japanese Yen
00:54:49
122.906 %-0.1
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAGEUR

Silver / Euro
17:28:57
23.1252 %1.35
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#NAS100

Nasdaq 100
00:54:55
15693.05 %-2.06
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURJPY

Euro / Japanese Yen
00:54:58
127.591 %-0.25
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

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News

Omicron concerns tempered, investors go bargain hunting

03.12.2021

Stocks try to rebound - the economy grew at a modest to moderate pace

02.12.2021

Market down sharply on Powell comments, Omicron uncertainty - US 2-yr yield spikes

01.12.2021

Global equities and oil bounce, гold slips from overnight highs

30.11.2021

Stocks, Treasury yields, and oil prices drop noticeably

29.11.2021

Turkey currency

Turkish Lira Hits All-time Low

USDTRY increased to an all-time high of 13.914
Canada Stock Market

Canadian Shares Slip on Friday

Toronto’s main stock index, the S&P/TSX, slipped 0.6% to close at 20,639 on Friday, partially offsetting last session gains, as investors digested a mixed US jobs report and concerns over the new Omicron Covid-19 variant, along with a series of hawkish remarks by Federal Reserve officials. Across the border, labor market data from the world’s largest economy disappointed with only 201 thousand jobs added last month against expectations of a 550 thousand increase in the workforce. In contrast, the Canadian employed population increased by 153.7 thousand persons in November, far outstripping market expectations of a 35 thousand expansion, while the jobless rate fell to 6%, less than forecasts of 6.6%. On the earnings front, Bank of Montreal reported better-than-expected Q4 earnings and raised dividends by 25% to C$1.33 per share, in line with its national peers.
Brazil Stock Market

Brazilian Equities Slightly Higher in a Volatile Session

The main Sao Paulo stock index, Bovespa, edged 0.3% higher to close at 104,823 on Friday, the highest since November 25th and extending gains for a second straight session, with Méliuz, Locaweb, and Cyrela among the top performers. Meanwhile, investors digested a mixed US jobs report and concerns over the new Omicron Covid-19 variant, along with a series of hawkish remarks by Federal Reserve officials. Domestically, the PEC of Precatorios was approved in both rounds in the Senate and now goes back to the Lower House to be voted again as some changes were made. On the data front, Brazil's industrial production unexpectedly fell for a fifth straight month in October, while a Markit PMI survey showed the country's private sector growth slowed in November, as the services sector grew less and manufacturing activity contracted.
United States Stock Market

Wall Street Resume Selloff to Hit Multi-Week Lows

US stocks fell sharply on Friday, amid mixed economic data along with a series of hawkish remarks by Federal Reserve officials, while fears over the new Omicron Covid-19 variant mounted. A stronger-than-expected ISM report reignited fears of inflationary pressure and rising interest rates. At the same time, the US economy added the least jobs this year 210k (vs 550k, expected), the unemployment rate eased more than expected to 4.2%, while the labor force participation rate ticked up to 61.8%. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite plunged as much as 1.9% to the lowest since October 18th, dragged down by Apple and Meta Platforms Inc losses. The iPhone maker slipped on news that at least nine US State Department employees had their iPhone hacked. Meanwhile, the S&P dropped 0.9% to trade near levels not seen since October 15th, amid a sharp fall in big techs stocks. At last, the Dow Jones slipped 0.2%, partially offsetting last session gains.
United States Stock Market

Wall Street Resume Selloff to Multi-Week Lows

US stocks traded below the redline on Friday, amid mixed economic data along with a series of hawkish remarks by Federal Reserve officials, while fears over the new Covid-19 variant, Omicron, mounted. A stronger-than-expected ISM report reignited fears of inflationary pressure and rising interest rates. At the same time, the US economy recorded its smallest job gains this year 210k (vs 550k, expected), although the unemployment rate eased more than expected to 4.2%, while the labor force participation rate ticked up to 61.8%. The technology-heavy Nasdaq plunged as much as 2.5% to the lowest level since October 15th, dragged down by Apple and Meta Platforms Inc losses. The iPhone maker slipped on news that at least nine US State Department employees had their iPhone hacked. The S&P dropped 1.3% to the lowest level since October 15th, amid a sharp fall in big techs stocks and the Dow Jones slipped 0.6%.
Commodity Commodity

Oil Erases Gains Towards $66

WTI crude futures erased early gains to fall towards $66 a barrel on Friday, after rising as much as 2% to above $68 tracking a sentiment of risk-off that took hold in markets. Early, a more bullish oil market was sustained by OPEC+ remarks, saying that are ready to quickly adjust output plans if demand suffered from measures to contain the Omicron variant. In the previous session, OPEC+ surprised markets when it stuck to plans to add 400,000 bpd supply in January, seen by analysts as a move meant to appease Washington. US deputy energy secretary David Turk previously said President Biden’s administration could adjust the timing of its planned release of strategic crude oil stockpiles if global energy prices drop substantially. Meanwhile, the producers have since calmed markets, saying they would meet again before their next scheduled meeting on Jan. 4, if needed, to review supply additions in light of virus-related developments. WTI crude is on track for its sixth weekly decline.
United States Government Bond 10Y

US 10-Year Bond Yield Eases Towards 2-1/2-Month Low

The yield on 10-year Treasury notes edged lower to 1.36% on Friday, moving towards a near 2-1/2-month low of 1.304% touched on September 22nd, as investors crowded into bonds looking for safety after a sentiment of risk-off that took hold in markets. Also, US non-farm payrolls came in below market expectations, showing the lowest job creation in the year, although the unemployment rate eased more than expected to 4.2%, while the labor force participation rate ticked up to 61.8%. Meanwhile, investors have been weighing concerns over the emergence of a new coronavirus variant against prospects of a faster tapering by the US Federal Reserve. Fed Chief Powell said earlier this week the central bank will discuss whether to reduce their bond purchases faster than previously anticipated at its next meeting and the word "transitory" is no longer the most accurate term to describe current inflation.
United States Stock Market

Wall Street Extends Fall, Nasdaq at 6-Week Low

US stocks erased early gains to trade in the red on Friday, after hawkish comments by Federal Reserve policymaker James Bullard and a stronger-than-expected ISM non-manufacturing activity report reignited fears of inflationary pressure and rising interest rates. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite dropped as much as 2.1% to the lowest level since October 18th, dragged down by Apple and Meta Platforms Inc losses. The iPhone maker slipped on news that at least nine US State Department employees had their iPhone hacked. Also, the US economy recorded its smallest job gains this year 210k (vs 550k, expected), although the unemployment rate eased more than expected to 4.2%, while the labor force participation rate ticked up to 61.8%. Meanwhile, investors remained worried over the unfoldings of the new Omicron coronavirus variant. Still, the Dow Jones fell around 0.3%, while the S&P lost 1.1%.
France Government Bond 10Y

France 10Y Bond Yield Hits 12-week Low

France 10 Year Government Bond Yield decreased to a 12-week low of -0.036%
Uruguay Inflation Rate

Uruguay Inflation Rate Accelerates to 8-Month High

The annual inflation rate in Uruguay accelerated to 8.03 percent in November of 2021 from 7.89 percent in the previous month, marking the inflation recorded since March. Cost increased for alcoholic beverages & tobacco (9.32 percent vs 8.94 in October), restaurants & hotels (7.55 percent vs 6.67 percent), healthcare (7.33 percent vs 7.2 percent), and housing (7.23 percent and 7.07). Meanwhile, inflation eased for food and non-alcoholic beverages (6.77 percent vs 7.30 percent), and transportation (12.75 percent vs 13.63 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices increased 0.25 percent, after surging 1.04 percent in the previous period.

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Symbol Bid Ask Change
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1.13097
0.00084
127.591
127.628
-0.319
112.822
112.843
-0.37
1.32296
1.32332
-0.00687
0.91787
0.91804
-0.00205
1008
1008.69
-74.05
3370.65
3371.73
-62.96
15693.05
15694.75
-330.75
1783.925
1784.215
15.04

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