World Markets: Summary of Gold Oil Stock Market

Index and stock market conditions, oil, gold and foreign money markets as of 12 Jan 2021

– The Dow Jones Index, the New York Stock Exchange, closed positive tonight (12 Jan) on the positive side of hope that The new US government, led by Joe Biden, will launch a massive stimulus package. This will help the economy recover this year. However, the market has adjusted in a narrow frame. Because investors worry that Rising US bond yields will also result in a rise in inflation. This may be why the Federal Reserve (Fed) to delay purchasing assets.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 31,068.69, up 60.00 or + 0.19%, while the S & P500 closed at 3,801.19, up 1.58, or + 0.04% and the Nasdaq closed at 13,072.43, up 36.00 or + 0.28%.

– European stock markets closed down overnight (12 Jan) due to investors delaying trading. While keeping an eye on the COVID-19 epidemic, political situation in the US And the issuance of a new round of stimulus from the government of Joe Biden.

The Stoxx Europe 600 Index closed up 0.05% at 408.61 points.

The German stock market DAX closed at 13,925.06, down 11.60 or -0.083%, the CAC-40 index closed at 5,650.97 points, down 11.46 or -0.20%, and the FTSE 100, the London stock market closed at 6,754.11, down 44.37 or -0.65%

– London’s stock market closed overnight (Jan. 12) as investors worried about the rising number of COVID-19 and its impact on the economy. While a stronger pound pressures export stocks.

The FTSE 100 index, the London Stock Exchange, closed at 6,754.11 points, down 44.37 points or -0.65%.

– The West Texas Crude (WTI) New York market closed positive tonight (12 Jan) as investors continued to listen to Saudi Arabia news, voluntarily cutting oil production by 1 million barrels per day. The market was also driven by the forecast that U.S. crude stocks will drop for the fifth straight week.

WTI crude oil contract for February delivery It rose 96 cents, or 1.8 percent, to $ 53.21 a barrel.

Brent crude oil contract (BRENT) for delivery in March. It rose 92 cents, or 1.7 percent, to $ 56.58 a barrel.

New York gold futures closed tonight (12 Jan), pressured by a spike in US Treasury yields, however gold futures fell slightly This is because weak US economic data is a driving force behind safe assets purchases.

COMEX (Commodity Exchange) gold contract for February delivery It was down $ 6.6, or 0.36 percent, to $ 1,844.2 an ounce.

Silver metal contract for March delivery It was up 15.1 cents, or 0.6 percent, to 25.435 dollars an ounce.

Platinum contract delivered in April. It rose $ 23.2, or 2.22 percent, to $ 1,067.8 an ounce.

Palladium contract delivered in March. It was down $ 2.60, or 0.1%, to $ 2,376.20 an ounce.

– The US dollar depreciates against all major currencies. In trading on the New York Exchange last night (Jan. 12), the dollar depreciated towards the end of the market. After appreciating during the day Due to the rebound US bond yields. As investors keep an eye on US inflation data this week. This includes the consumer price index (CPI).

The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies in a basket of currencies, was down 0.41 percent to 90.0900 last night.

The US dollar depreciated against the yen at 103.80 yen from 104.15 yen and depreciated from the Swiss franc at 0.8868 francs from 0.8894 francs. Against the Canadian dollar at 1.2723 Canadian dollars from 1.2775 Canadian dollars.

The euro was higher against the dollar at $ 1.2201 from $ 1.2163, while the pound rose to $ 1.3663 from $ 1.3524, and the Australian dollar rose to $ 0.7769 from $ 0.7708.

The DJIA Index, the New York Stock Exchange, closed 31,068.69 points, up 60.00 points, + 0.19%.

The S & P500 Index closed at 3,801.19 points, up 1.58 points, + 0.042%.

The NASDAQ New York Stock Exchange closed 13,072.43 points, up 36.00, + 0.28%.

German stocks DAX index closed at 13,925.06 points, down 11.60 points, -0.083%.

The FTSE 100 index, London Stock Exchange, closed at 6,754.11 points, down 44.37 points, -0.65%.

Index CAC-40 French stocks closed at 5,650.97 points, down 11.46 points, -0.20%.

Index of SENSEX Indian stock markets closed at 49,517.11 points, up 247.79, + 0.50%.

Index FTSE STI Singapore stocks closed at 2,977.17 points, down 6.73 points, -0.23%.

The FBMKLCI index, Malaysian stocks closed at 1,612.04 points, dropped 5.21 points, -0.32%.

Jakarta Composite Index The Indonesian stock market closed at 6,395.67 points, up 12.73 points, + 0.20%.

The HSI Index, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, closed at 28,276.75 points, up 368.53 points, + 1.32%.

The SSE Composite Index closed at 3,608.34 points, up 76.84, + 2.18%.

The KOSPI Index, South Korea’s stock market closed at 3,125.95 points, down 22.50, -0.71%.

The S & P / ASX 200 Index closed at 6,679.10 points, down 18.10 points, -0.27%.

ALL ORDINARIES Index: The Australian stock market closed at 6,939.10 points, down 20.40 points, -0.29%.

The NIKKEI 225 Index closed at 28,164.34 points, up 25.31 points, + 0.09%.

The TAIEX index, Taiwan’s stock market closed at 15,500.70 points, a decrease of 56.60 points, -0.36%.

The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE Composite Index) closed at 7,258.11 points, down 46.68 points, -0.64%.



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