Back to the wells

By: Miguel A. Rodriguez

10:59, 08 November 2021

Healthcare, bank stocks boost FTSE 100; IAG top loser
  • U.S. energy firms this week added #oil and natural gas rigs for a second week in a row as oil prices held near seven-year highs, prompting some drillers to return to the well pad
  • London's FTSE 100 rose, led by banks and healthcare major #Astrazeneca, while British Airways parent #IAG dropped after flagging a bigger-than-expected annual loss
  • The Canadian dollar was little changed against its U.S. counterpart as domestic data showed jobs rising for a fifth month, with the currency holding near its weakest level in over three weeks that it hit earlier in the session
  • #BTCUSD skyrocketed 1.6%
  • #XAUUSD exploded 1.4%
  • #WTIUSD exploded 1.7%

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