Although it was an eventful day, the markets did not budge much.
The American benchmarks managed to recover some of the losses they suffered when the unemployment claims report was released and ended the trading session on green territory. USA30 gained 1.62%, while USA500 rose 1.15%. TECH100 added 0.91%.
Gold continues to rise, and yesterday it reached $1,741.25 per ounce.
Oil gained 9% to settle at $27.56 per barrel, marking a constant increase, and even doubling in value since April 28 when it traded at $12.
Brent Oil rose 6.6% to trade at $31.13 per barrel.
ICE gained 0.21% to be at 100.500.
Asia and Australia
HongKong45 lost 0.35%.
EUR/USD lost 0.30% to 1.0784.
EUR/GBP shed 0.02% to 0.8841.
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Sources: investing.com, reuters.com, theguardian.com
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