Yesterday, most major assets had another day of gains given that the U.S. Senate passed the stimulus bill. But, overall, the market was mixed, expecting the weekly U.S. jobless claims report, which is going to be released today.
USA30 rose 2.4%, this being the first successive gain since February 6.
USA500 rose 1.2%, this being the first successive gain since February 12.
TECH100 dropped 0.5%.
In Europe, things were a little bit better, with Europe50 closing 3.1% higher.
Japan’s JAPAN225 closed at 8%, after gaining 7.1% during the previous session.
The ICE U.S. Dollar index was down 1.1%.
Gold also fell with 0.7% to $1,602 per ounce.
Sources: cnbc.com, marketwatch.com
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