A predominantly positive session for the global markets - Monday Review, September 28

A predominantly positive session for the global markets - Monday Review, September 28

The hope of a potential US stimulus package made the markets rise

The US

The benchmarks rallied after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi renewed investor hope for a new stimulus package. USA30 added 1.51%, and USA500 was up 1.66%. TECH100 gained 1.87%.

Gold was up 0.9% and settled at $1,879.37 per ounce.

The Dollar Index was off 0.4% at 94.317.


Asia and Australia

The markets ended the Monday trading session higher after the economic readings showed increased profit for industrial companies for the fourth consecutive month.

Japan225 closed 1.3% higher.

HongKong45 was up 0.37%.

Down under, Australia200 inched up 0.09% after it reported a decline in the daily number of COVID-19 cases.

AUD/USD ended the session at 0.7052.


Europe

Despite the rising numbers of #COVID-19 infections, the indices closed in the green. Europe50 jumped 1.7%, while Germany30 traded 2.4% higher.

UK100 climbed 1.3%.

EUR/USD was at 1.1629.

GBP/USD rose 0.3% to 1.2774.

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Sources: reuters.com, investing.com


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