All eyes were on Apple - Tuesday Review, September 15

All eyes were on Apple - Tuesday Review, September 15

The tech sector moved the American benchmarks

The US

The benchmarks were driven by the gains Apple reported after the “Time Flies” event. USA30 gained 0.16%. USA500 went up 0.52%, while TECH100 added 1.11%.

Gold was up 0.1% at $1,966.20 per ounce.

Oil lost 0.1% at $37.2 per barrel, while Brent shed 0.2% to $39.5.

The Dollar Index settled at 93.029.


Asia and Australia

Japan225 lost 0.57% after prime minister Abe Shinzo has officially resigned, and ahead of the monetary policy updates from the Bank of Japan.

HongKong45 added 0.50%, despite the US State Department's advice to tourists to reconsider visiting the city.

Australia200 edged down 0.14%.

USD/JPY traded at 105.73.


Europe

The benchmarks were mixed after the economic readings showed a drop in the French consumer price, and British grocery sales figures rose by 5.3%. Germany30 and France40 lost 0.2% each. UK100 added 0.3%.

EUR/USD went up 0.2% to 1.1887.

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Sources: reuters.com, investing.com

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