Markets gained back territory lost in previous weeks, Tuesday Review, April 14

Markets gained back territory lost in previous weeks, Tuesday Review, April 14

The American markets gained some strength after Donald Trump’s announcement about restarting the economy starting next month. In Europe, the Easter break brought gains to the market.

The U.S.

Markets ended yesterday’s session on a positive note, with USA500 gaining 3%, and TECH100 up 3.95%. USA30 rose 2.39% after President Trump said it is possible to relax the lockdown measures starting May.

Oil went up 32 cents at $20.43, while Brent Oil went up by 16 cents to $29.76.

ICE dropped to 98.916.

Gold gained 0.33% to $1,767 per ounce.


Asia and Australia

Australia’s ASX lost 0.57%, while Japan225 shed 0.2%, as Coronavirus is running its course.

USD/JPY lost 0.07% to 107.12, while AUD/USD lost 0.43% to 0.6412.


Europe

Germany30 went up 1.25%, while UK100 gained 0.3%, as the number of Coronavirus infections is decreasing.

EUR/USD was up 0.53% to 1.0971, and EUR/GBP dropped 0.25% to 0.8696. GBP/USD lost 0.12% to 1.2607.


Sources: marketwatch.com, cnbc.com

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