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World Markets: Summary of Gold Oil Stock Market

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Index and stock market conditions, oil, gold and foreign money markets as of May 13, 2021

– The Dow Jones New York Stock Exchange closed more than 400 points last night (May 13) after the United States released the lowest level of jobless claims since the coronavirus outbreak In March 2020 The bright labor data has encouraged investors to buy a wide range of stocks. Especially cyclical stocks, which are stocks that are expected to benefit from the economic recovery. Such as industrial stocks

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 34,021.45, an increase of 433.79 or + 1.29%. The S & P500 closed at 4,112.50, up 49.46 or + 1.22%. The Nasdaq closed at 13,124.99, an increase of 93.31 or +0.72.

– European equities closed last night (May 13), pressured by mining stocks that fell as commodity prices fell. While disclosing the weak performance of listed companies in Europe. And worries about the rapid rise in US inflation have prompted investors to sell their holdings.

The Stoxx Europe 600 index closed at 437.32, down 0.61, or -0.14%.

The FTSE 100 index closed at 6,963.33 points, down 41.30, or -0.59%, while the CAC 40 index closed at 6,288.33 points, up 8.98 points, or + 0.14%, and the German stock market DAX closed at 15,199.68, up 49.46 or + 0.33%

– London stock markets closed last night (May 13), with a fall in commodity stocks stalling the market. And investors have poured stocks out of worries about rising inflation. And tightening the monetary policy faster than expected

Index FTSE 100 closed at 6,963.33 points, down 41.30 or -0.59%.

– The West Texas Crude (WTI) New York market closed more than 3% overnight (May 13) after reports of Colonial Pipelines began to return. It resumed operations several days after it was shut down due to a cyberattack. The market has also been pressured by concerns that The epidemic of COVID-19 It may affect the demand for oil in India. Which is the world’s third largest oil importer

WTI crude oil contract for delivery in June It was down $ 2.26, or 3.4%, to $ 63.82 / barrel.

Brent crude oil contract (BRENT) for delivery in July. Slid down $ 2.27, or 3.3%, to $ 67.05 a barrel.

– New York gold futures closed overnight (May 13), boosted by end-of-market orders. US Treasury yields slowed further, inflation concerns in the US were also driving gold purchases as a safe haven asset.

COMEX (Commodity Exchange) gold contract for June delivery. It was up $ 1.2, or 0.07 percent to $ 1,824 an ounce.

Silver metal contract for July delivery It was down 18.5 cents, or 0.68 percent, to $ 27.059 an ounce.

Platinum contract delivered in July. It was down $ 19.4, or 1.58 percent, to $ 1,206.5 an ounce.

Palladium contract delivered in June. It rose $ 15.60, or 0.6 percent, to 2,864.60 dollars / ounce.

– The US dollar has slightly appreciated against all major currencies. In trading on the New York Exchange last night (May 13) after the United States released strong economic data. This includes the Producer Price Index (PPI), a measure of inflation from producer spending.

The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies in a basket of funds, rose 0.05 percent to 90.7552 on Monday.

The US dollar strengthened against the Canadian dollar at 1.2166 Canadian dollars from 1.2106 Canadian dollars. But depreciated against the yen at 109.45 yen from 109.58 yen and depreciated from the Swiss franc at 0.9062 francs from 0.9080 francs.

The euro fell against the U.S. dollar at $ 1.2075 from $ 1.2079, while the pound fell to $ 1.4042 from $ 1.4058, and the Australian dollar fell to $ 0.7725 from $ 0.7730.

The DJIA index, the New York Stock Exchange, closed at 34,021.45 points, up 433.79, + 1.29%.

The S & P500 Index closed at 4,112.50 points, up 49.46 points, + 1.22%.

The NASDAQ New York Stock Exchange closed at 13,124.99 points, up 93.31 points, + 0.72%.

Index FTSE 100 London Stock Exchange closed at 6,963.33 points, down 41.30, -0.59%.

Index CAC-40 French stocks closed at 6,288.33 points, up 8.98, + 0.14%.

The German stock market DAX closed at 15,199.68 points, up 49.46 points, + 0.33%.

The HSI index on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange closed at 27,718.67 points, down 512.37 points, -1.81%.

The SSE Composite Index closed at 3,429.54 points, down 33.22 points, -0.96%.

The TAIEX index, Taiwan’s stock market closed at 15,670.10 points, down 232.27 points, -1.46%.

The KOSPI index, South Korea’s stock market, closed at 3,122.11 points, down 39.55 points, -1.25%.

The NIKKEI 225 Index closed at 27,448.01 points, down 699.50 points, -2.49%.

The S & P / ASX 200 Index closed at 6,982.70 points, down 62.20 points, -0.88%.

ALL ORDINARIES The Australian stock market closed at 7,209.00, down 72.10, -0.99%.

Indian, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore stock markets closed on Monday (May 13) for the Hari Raya Eid al-Fitri festival.

– Infoquest Translated and edited by Kanlayanee Cheewapanich / Ratana Tel. 02-2535000 ext. 327 Email: [email protected]


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