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Strong Asian demand

Strong Asian demand

FTSE 100 ends third week higher on gains in banks, mining stocks

  • Canada exported a record amount of crude oil from the U.S. Gulf Coast last month driven by more pipeline capacity into the region and strong Asian demand
  • The FTSE 100 rose to end the first week of the year higher on support from heavyweight banking and mining stocks, while investors sought to interpret mixed U.S. jobs data and its impact on Federal Reserve policy
  • Sterling was on track for weekly gains against the dollar and euro to start 2022, despite a mixed picture emerging for Britain's economy
  • #BTCUSD rose 0.9% in the last session
  • WTI dropped 0.7% against USD


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