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EURUSD

Euro / US Dollar
20:10:12
1.1726 %-0.35
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

AUDUSD

Australian Dollar / US Dollar
20:10:14
0.72731 %-0.26
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAUUSD

Gold / Euro
20:10:14
1752.075 %-0.03
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#US_30

DOW JONES 30
20:10:15
34598.65 %-0.36
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURUSD

Euro / US Dollar
20:10:12
1.1726 %-0.35
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

GBPUSD

British Pound / US Dollar
20:10:12
1.37453 %-0.34
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCAD

US Dollar / Canadian Dollar
20:10:12
1.27389 %0.46
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
20:10:14
15506.85 %-1.28
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

GBPUSD

British Pound / US Dollar
20:10:12
1.37453 %-0.34
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCHF

US Dollar / Swiss Franc
20:10:12
0.9322 %0.51
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

AUDCAD

Australian Dollar / Cnd. Dollar
20:10:14
0.92658 %0.19
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XPTUSD

Platinum / US Dollar
20:10:15
942.565 %1.13
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#FRA_40

CAC 40 Index
20:10:13
6566.46 %-1.48
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCHF

US Dollar / Swiss Franc
20:10:12
0.9322 %0.51
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDJPY

US Dollar / Japanese Yen
20:10:01
109.968 %0.23
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

NZDUSD

New Zealand Dollar / US Dollar
20:10:14
0.70402 %-0.43
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XPDUSD

Palladium / US Dollar
20:10:14
2006.004 %-0.74
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#SPX500

S&P 500 Index
20:10:12
4438.95 %-0.68
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDJPY

US Dollar / Japanese Yen
20:10:01
109.968 %0.23
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURGBP

Euro / British Pound
20:10:13
0.85306 %0.02
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURNZD

Euro / New Zealand Dollar
20:10:14
1.66535 %0.11
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAGUSD

Silver / US Dollar
20:10:14
22.4047 %-2.12
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#GBR_100

UK 100 & Cash Index
20:10:15
6976.55 %-1.32
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURGBP

Euro / British Pound
20:10:13
0.85306 %0.02
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURJPY

Euro / Japanese Yen
20:10:14
128.953 %-0.13
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

CHFJPY

Swiss Franc / Japanese Yen
20:10:12
117.962 %-0.27
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
20:10:15
15340.17 %-1.05
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURJPY

Euro / Japanese Yen
20:10:14
128.953 %-0.13
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

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Markets rally towards the end of the afternoon - gold losses mount as yields, crude futures were slightly higher

17.09.2021

The growth in oil quotes is provided by a weaker dollar and statistics from the API on US reserves.

16.09.2021

The market closes lower due to growth concerns and sell-off dynamics. Gold higher, Crude futures - flat

15.09.2021

The stock markets mixed into a wobbly session - strength only in the energy and financial services industries

14.09.2021

Investors see the energy industry wavering as an indicator of Delta's concerns. Gold - decline, WTI - up.

13.09.2021

Italy Stock Market

The FTSE MIB Index fell 0.98%

Italy Stock Market dropped 254 points. Losses were led by Stellantis N.V. (-3.45%), Tenaris S.a. (-3.21%) and STMicroelectronics (-2.74%). Offsetting the fall, top gainers were Moncler (2.53%), CNH Industrial (1.92%) and Atlantia (1.89%).
France Stock Market

The CAC 40 Index dropped 0.80%

France Stock Market fell 53 points. Leading the losses are Stmicroelectronics (-3.09%), Air Liquide (-2.62%) and Schneider Electric (-2.49%). Top gainers were FAURECIA (2.33%), Kering (1.85%) and Air France-KLM SA (1.70%).
United Kingdom Stock Market

The FTSE 100 Index fell 0.72%

United Kingdom Stock Market dropped 51 points. Losses were led by Anglo American (-8.11%), BHP Group (-4.80%) and Rio Tinto (-4.28%). Offsetting the fall, top gainers were TUI (5.78%), IAG (4.79%) and Easyjet (3.53%).
Colombia Imports

Colombia Imports Growth Eases in July

Imports to Colombia were up 31.7 percent over a year ago to USD 4.801 billion in July of 2021, following a 69.8 percent surge in the previous month. Despite the high reading, imports increased at a slower pace for fuels and extraction industries (44.2 percent vs 267.2 percent in June), manufacturing (32.5 percent vs 66.3 percent), and agriculture, food, and beverages (22.9 percent vs 45.7 percent). Among major trading partners, imports went up the most from Argentina (315.9 percent), and India (102.9 percent).
Germany Stock Market

DAX 30 at 2-Month Low

The DAX 30 sank 1.1% to a 2-month low of 15485 on Friday, as global growth concerns, the lingering threat of COVID-19 and tighter regulation of Chinese firms continue to weigh on sentiment. Investors are also bracing for next week's central bank policy meetings, including those from the Federal Reserve and Bank of England, as a batch of economic data from the US and UK released this week casted doubt on the central banks' timeline to begin asset tapering. On the week, the DAX 30 lost 1.3%.
Commodity Commodity

Uranium Prices Heat up Further

Uranium futures skyrocketed to almost $50 a pound, the highest since August 2012 after Sprott Physical Uranium Trust resumed purchases after Canadian securities regulators approved the expansion of the equity sales program allowing the fund to purchase up to $1 billion in additional uranium in the next few months. The futures are up more than 50% since the beginning of August after the fund started aggressively buying physical uranium. The commodity is projected to be in high demand as governments from the US to China see a role for nuclear power in their clean energy programs. Meanwhile, the supply remains tight. Euratom Supply Agency said that the Coronavirus pandemic has significantly influenced the market as several companies announced in the second quarter of 2020 measures leading to an important decrease in production and related services. Also, Kazatomprom, the world's largest uranium producer decided to keep production flat in 2022 and 2023.
Brazil Currency

Brazilian Real Weakens

The Brazilian real was trading around 5.3 per USD in the third week of September, its lowest since August 24th, amid a stronger dollar and caution ahead of Brazil's central bank's policy meeting next week. Traders turned cautious after central bank chief Roberto Campos Neto earlier this week said he would not change his plans with every indicator showing high inflation pressures. At the same time, concerns are mounting that President Bolsonaro might pursue populist measures harmful for the economy, given its weakened position ahead of elections next year. Elsewhere, worries persist that the spread of the Delta variant and possible new strains could derail a global economic recovery, along with doubts on when major central banks will start to reduce massive monetary stimulus.
Commodity Commodity

Iron Ore Prices Sink Further

Iron ore with 63.5% iron content for delivery to Tianjin fell further to almost $110 a tonne, less than a half of a record high of $230 hit in May and the lowest level since August 2020 after China, the world’s biggest steelmaker doubled down on production curbs and as a sharp downturn in China’s property sector brought down the demand. The Chinese city of Handan became the latest region to implement restrictions on steel output after provinces of Anhui, Gansu, Fujian, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Shandong, and Yunnan were told to limit their production to 2020 volumes amid China’s efforts to curb carbon emissions. Meanwhile, home sales in China slumped 20%, according to Bloomberg calculation, and one of the biggest property developers Evergrande is on the brink of default.
Azerbaijan Interest Rate

Azerbaijan Raises Interest Rate by 25 Bps

The Central Bank of Azerbaijan raised its official discount rate by 25 basis points to 6.5% on September 17th 2021, citing an intensification of inflationary pressures in the global economy, namely in prices of food, raw materials, transportation and logistics. The 12-month inflation rate climbed to 6.7% in August, deviating from the central bank target range of 2% to 6%, driven mostly by prices of food and services. Nonetheless, GDP advanced 3.6% in the January-August period of 2021 over the same period a year earlier, showing the economy remained on the growth trajectory amid ongoing macroeconomic stimuli and rising external and domestic demand. Looking ahead, policymakers said global commodity prices, import prices, pandemic-related production and logistical issues, and a faster growth rate of aggregate demand all constituted risk factors that could lead to stronger inflationary pressures.
Commodity Commodity

Baltic Exchange Dry Index Soars to 12-Year High

The Baltic Exchange Dry Index rose 1.4% to 4,275 on Friday, its highest since November of 2009, unerpinned by gains across all vessel segments and ongoing shipping constraints. The capesize index, which tracks iron ore and coal cargos of 150,000-tonnes, advanced 1.8% to 6,420, not far from a 12-year peak scaled on September 14th; and the panamax index which tracks cargoes of about 60,000 to 70,000 tonnes of coal and grains, rose for a seventh straight session, adding 1.4% to 3,904, its highest in three weeks. Among smaller vessels, the supramax index increased 24 points to 3,307. The Baltic Dry Index climbed 10.6% in the third week of September, its first weekly gain in three.

Live prices of popular products

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Symbol Bid Ask Change
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1.17261
-0.00415
128.953
128.963
-0.164
109.968
109.977
0.248
1.37453
1.37461
-0.00471
0.93223
0.93231
0.0048
757.28
757.71
-0.49
3473.84
3474.82
-10.15
15339.05
15340.95
-164.37
1751.925
1752.115
-0.638

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