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World Markets: Summary of the stock market, oil, gold



Stock market indices and conditions, oil, gold and foreign currency markets on July 22, 2021

– The Dow Jones industrial average closed for a third straight day on July 22, strengthened by the tech inventory market. and reported better-than-expected earnings from listed companies, including US media giant AT&T. However, the Dow rose slightly. After the United States published data on the sluggish economy. Especially the number of unemployment claims that increased last week.

The Dow Jones industrial average closed at 34,823.35, an increase of 25.35 or + 0.07%. The S&P 500 closed at 4,367.48, 8.79 or + 0.20%. The Nasdaq closed at 14,684.60, 52.64 or + 0.36%.

– European stock markets closed gains overnight (July 22) for the third consecutive day after the European Central Bank (ECB) confirmed that it would keep interest rates at record lows for longer. Meanwhile, strong earnings flows from European listed companies have boosted confidence in the economic recovery.

The Stoxx Europe 600 index closed at 456.53 points, 2.56 points or + 0.56%.

The French stock index CAC-40 closed at 6,481.59, an increase of 17.11 or + 0.26%, and the German stock market DAX closed at 15,514.54, 92.04 or + 0.60%, while the FTSE 100 in London closed at 6,968.30, compared to 29.98 or -0.43%

London shares closed lower overnight (July 22), pushed by the fall of Unilever shares. After the company reduced its profit forecast for the whole year. The fall in energy stocks also delayed the market.

The FTSE 100 closed at 6,968.30 points, 29.98 points or -0.43%.

New York West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil rose more than 2% overnight (July 22) in response to forecasts that global oil supplies will be tighter as economies in many countries recover from the Koranic pandemic. Crude oil will also benefit from reduced crude reserves in the state city of Kuching.

WTI crude for September delivery rose $ 1.61, or 2.3%, to $ 71.91 a barrel.

Brent crude for September delivery rose $ 1.56, or 2.2%, to $ 73.79 a barrel.

– New York gold contracts closed positively tonight (July 22) with the positive of the fall in the yields of the US Treasury. Including the European Central Bank (ECB) signal to keep interest rates low for another two years, investors are also buying gold as a safe-haven asset. After the United States revealed a weekly increase in unemployment

The COMEX (Commodity Exchange) gold contract will be delivered in August. It rose $ 2, or 0.11%, to $ 1,805.4 / ounce.

Silver contract delivered in September rose 12.6 cents, or 0.5%, to $ 25,381 an ounce.

Platinum contract delivered in October Increased $ 15.3, or 1.42%, to $ 1,090.6 / ounce.

Palladium contract delivered in September Increased $ 49.70 or 1.9%, closing at $ 2,704.60 an ounce.

– The euro depreciated against the US dollar. During the trading on the New York Stock Exchange overnight (July 22) after the European Central Bank (ECB) signaled to keep interest rates low for another two years.

The dollar index, which measures the dollar’s movements against six major currencies in a coin basket, rose 0.07% to 92.8224 overnight.

The euro was lower against the dollar at $ 1.1771 from $ 1.1799, while the pound rose to $ 1.3774 from $ 1.3715 and the Australian dollar rose to $ 0.7387 from $ 0.7357.

The dollar was lower against the yen at 110.14 from 110.27 and against the Canadian dollar at 1.2556 Canadian dollars from 1.2558 Canadian dollars. But compared to the Swiss franc The dollar rose to 0.9190 francs from 0.9172 francs.

The DJIA New York Stock Exchange closed at 34,823.35, recording an increase of 25.35, + 0.073%.

The S & P500 New York Stock Exchange closed at 4,367.48, recording an increase of 8.79, + 0.20%.

The NASDAQ New York Stock Exchange closed at 14,684.60, recording an increase of 52.64, + 0.36%.

The London Stock Exchange FTSE 100 closed at 6,968.30, below 29.98, -0.43%.

The French stock index CAC-40 closed at 6,481.59, with an increase of 17.11, + 0.26%.

The German stock index DAX closed at 15,514.54 points, recording an increase of 92.04 points, + 0.60%.

The SENSEX index on the Indian stock exchange closed at 52,837.21 points, recording an increase of 638.70 points, + 1.22%.

The Jakarta Composite Index closed at 6,137.55, up 107.57, + 1.78%.

The FBMKLCI Malaysian Stock Exchange closed at 1,527.62 points, recording an increase of 11.10 points, + 0.73%.

Shares of PSE Composite Index Philippines closed at 6,576.62 points, up 100.41 points, + 1.55%.

The FTSE STI index in Singapore closed at 3,159.26, an increase of 40.26, + 1.29%.

The stock market HSI Hong Kong closed at 27,723.84, recording an increase of 499.26, + 1.83%.

The composite SSE index closed at 3,574.73, an increase of 12.07, + 0.34%.

The TAIEX index of Taiwan stocks closed at 17,572.33 points, recording an increase of 113.54 points, + 0.65%.

The KOSPI index closed at 3,250.21, an increase of 34.30, + 1.07%.

The stock market S & P / ASX 200 in Australia closed at 7,386.40, recording an increase of 77.70, + 1.06%.

ALL ADDRESSES The Australian stock markets closed at 7,658.90, an increase of 78.00, + 1.03%.

Japanese stock markets closed yesterday (July 22) for Marine Day.



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