It was a good day for the international markets - Tuesday review, March 24

It was a good day for the international markets - Tuesday review, March 24

Yesterday was a good day for the share markets. One of the most important indices, USA30, had an outstanding performance during yesterday’s trading session. This came as a token of trust regarding the pass of the stimulus bill. So far, this the most important and biggest set of measures proposed against the Coronavirus crisis.


Traders are hoping that the stimulus bill will be approved, and the economy will have a $2 Trillion boost to help it counter the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. The bill proposes measures regarding tax breaks, checks, and bailouts for businesses.

USA30 closed at 11.37%, the biggest gain it had since 1933. It was a good day for USA500 and TECH100 also, with gains of 9% and 8.12%, respectively.

Good news traveled over the ocean, and JAPAN225 closed on a positive note at 4.8%. Also, Australia's Australia200 gained 3.4%.

Gold had yesterday its biggest gain since 2008 of almost 5% to $1,614.5 per ounce.

Oil went up 4.5% to $25.10 per barrel.

The EURO traded at $1.0808. The Dollar dropped 0.3% against the Yen to 110.85.


Sources: investing.com, marketwatch.com

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