Benchmarks all over the world ended the day in the red.
The American benchmarks reacted negatively after the Department of Labor released the unemployment claims, and the tensions between the US and China kept rising on. USA30 lost 0.41%, while USA500 dropped by 0.78%. The tech sector lost the most – TECH100 fell 0.97%.
Gold dropped by 1.5% to $1,725.20 per ounce.
ICE added 0.3% to 99.42.
Asia and Australia
HongKong45 reached a seven-week low, closing yesterday's session 3.7% lower after the Chinese government announced that it would impose national security legislation in Hong Kong.
Japan225 lost 0.25%.
Australia’s ASX shed 0.77%.
USD/CNY stood still at 7.1387.
USD/JPY held its spot at 107.63.
AUD/USD declined 0.4% to settle at $0.6568.
EUR/USD traded at $1.0950, a 0.3% increase.
GBP/USD was steady at $1.227.
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Sources: cnbc.com, seekingalpha.com, investing.com
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