World Markets: Summary of Gold Oil Stock Market

Index and stock market conditions for oil, gold and foreign money markets for Feb 2, 2021

– The Dow Jones New York Stock Exchange closed for a second straight day today (Feb.2), fueled by hopes that the US government will push for a successful new round of stimulus. The market also picked up a boost from the jump in Alphabet and Amazon stocks. Including the report that Number of people infected with COVID-19 New cases in the US dropped for the third consecutive week.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 30,687.48, up 475.57, or + 1.57%, while the S&P 500 closed at 3,826.31, 52.45 or + 1.39% higher and the Nasdaq closed at 13,612.78, an increase of 209.38 or + 1.56%.

– European equities closed higher tonight (Feb 2) as investors raved about hopes of a faster economic recovery. After disclosure of bright economic information And large European listed companies report an improved business outlook.

The Stoxx Europe 600 Index closed at 405.92 points, up 5.15 points, or + 1.29%.

The French stock market CAC-40 closed at 5,563.11, up 101.43, + 1.86%, the DAX German stock market closed at 13,835.16, up 213.14, + 1.56% and the FTSE 100, the London stock market closed at 6,516.65 points, up 50.23 points, + 0.78%

– London stock markets closed positive tonight (Feb 2), boosted by hopes of stimulus measures. And faster recovery of the world economy

The FTSE 100 index, the London Stock Exchange, closed at 6,516.65 points, up 50.23 points, or + 0.78 percent.

– The West Texas Crude (WTI) New York market closed more than 2% for a second straight day last night (Feb 2) as investors welcomed the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). ) And allied nations Or OPEC Plus That continues to produce oil according to the agreement. Moreover, the market is driven by hope that The US government will accelerate pushing for a new round of stimulus measures. This will help support economic activity and the need for oil to recover.

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WTI crude oil contract for delivery in March It was up $ 1.21, or 2.3 percent, to close at $ 54.76 a barrel.

Brent crude oil contract (BRENT) for delivery in April. It gained $ 1.11, or 2 percent, to close at $ 57.46 / barrel.

– New York gold futures closed more than $ 30 overnight (Feb.2) following a 10% drop in silver futures after the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), a commodity and contract exchange. Biggest futures in the world Announces increase of maintenance margin to stop price manipulation of retail investors in the market.

COMEX (Commodity Exchange) gold contract for April delivery It was down $ 30.5, or 1.64%, at $ 1,833.4 an ounce.

Silver metal contract for March delivery It was down $ 3.016, or 10.25%, to $ 26.402 an ounce.

Platinum contract delivered in April. It was down $ 42.8, or 3.76%, to $ 1,096 an ounce.

Palladium contract delivered in March. It was down $ 14, or 0.6%, to $ 2,227.70 / ounce.

– The US Dollar appreciates against all major currencies. In trading at the New York Exchange last night (Feb 2), positive factors from the forecast that The US economy will recover faster than Europe. After the COVID-19 Outbreak

The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies, was up 0.24 percent at 91.2011 last night.

The US dollar was higher against the yen at 105.08 yen from ¥ 104.94 and was higher against the Swiss franc at 0.8986 francs from 0.8968 francs, but against the Canadian dollar. The US dollar fell to Canadian dollars 1.2805 from 1.2843 Canadian dollars.

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The euro fell against the U.S. dollar at $ 1.2020 from $ 1.2065, while the pound fell to $ 1.3653 from $ 1.3670, and the Aussie fell to $ 0.7590 from $ 0.7640.

The DJIA Index, the New York Stock Exchange, closed at 30,687.48 points, up 475.57 points, + 1.57%.

The S & P500 Index closed at 3,826.31 points, up 52.45, + 1.39%.

The NASDAQ New York Stock Exchange closed at 13,612.78 points, up 209.38 points, + 1.56%.

The German stock market DAX closed at 13,835.16, up 213.14 points, + 1.56%.

The FTSE 100 index, the London Stock Exchange, closed at 6,516.65 points, up 50.23 points, + 0.78%.

Index CAC-40 French stocks closed at 5,563.11 points, up 101.43, + 1.86%.

Index of SENSEX Indian stock markets closed at 49,797.72 points, up 1,197.11 points, + 2.46%.

Index FTSE STI Singapore stocks closed at 2,917.29 points, up 20.97 points, + 0.72%.

Index FBMKLCI Malaysia Stock Market closed at 1,580.49 points, up 14.09 points, + 0.90%.

Jakarta Composite Index The Indonesian stock market closed at 6,043.84 points, down 23.70 points, -0.39%.

The HSI Index, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, closed at 29,248.70 points, up 355.84, + 1.23%.

The SSE Composite Index closed at 3,533.68 points, up 28.40 points, + 0.81%.

The KOSPI Index, the South Korean stock market closed at 3,096.81 points, up 40.28, + 1.32%.

The S & P / ASX 200 Index closed at 6,762.60 points, up 99.60 points, + 1.49%.

ALL ORDINARIES The Australian stock market closed at 7,027.50 points, up 104.70 points, + 1.51%.

The NIKKEI 225 Index closed at 28,362.17 points, up 271.12 points, + 0.97%.

The TAIEX index, the Taiwan stock market closed at 15,760.05 points, up 349.96 points, + 2.27%.

The PSE Composite Index closed at 6,867.88 points, up 53.12, + 0.78%.



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