All significant markets gained yesterday - Tuesday Review, May 5

All significant markets gained yesterday - Tuesday Review, May 5

Healthcare and technology were the best movers

The US

USA30 added 0.56%, and USA500 gained 0.9%. The star of the day was TECH100, which rose 1.13%.

Oil rose 19.57% to $24.38 per barrel. Brent Oil gained 12.46% to trade at $30.59 per barrel.

Gold was down 0.23% to trade at $1,709.40 per ounce.

ICE lost 0.11% to 99.873.


Asia and Australia

HongKong45 gained 0.66% once the Chinese markets opened after the holiday.

ASX dropped by 0.58% after the retail turnover for March rose 8.5%.

USD/JPY lost 0.19%.

USD/CNY gained 0.44% to 7.0910.

AUD/USD dropped by 0.03% to 0.6428.


Europe

UK100 added 1.3% after a couple of petroleum companies rallied due to the increase in Oil price.

Germany30 gained 2.51% after technology, retail, and financial services sectors traded higher.

France40 went up 2.40% after food & drugs, general financial, gas & water sectors gained during yesterday’s session.

GBP/USD shed 0.04% to 1.2429.

EUR/USD lost 0.61% to 1.0840.

EUR/GBP fell 0.52% to 0.8718.


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Sources: marketwatch.com, cnbc.com, investing.com

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