Stock indices and market conditions for oil, gold and foreign money markets as of 11 Nov 2020
– Dow Jones, New York Stock Exchange closed overnight (11 Nov) as investors raised concerns about the number of COVID-19 infections. That rose rapidly in the US As a result, many states have adopted curfew measures to control the spread. Because investors buy stocks of technology and communication.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 29,397.63, down 23.29 or -0.08%, while the S & P500 closed at 3,572.66, up 27.13, or + 0.77% .The Nasdaq closed at 11,786.43, an increase of 232.57 or + 2.01%.
– European stock markets closed higher tonight (11 Nov) for a third consecutive day, still supported by news on progress in the development of the COVID-19 vaccine. And a positive comment from European Central Bank (ECB) President Christine Lagarde, who has helped to overshadow fears about the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Stoxx Europe 600 Index gained 1.08% to close at 388.56 points.
Index CAC 40 French stocks closed at 5,445.21 points, an increase of 26.24 points or + 0.48%, the German stock market DAX closed at 13,216.18, up 53.07 points, or + 0.40%, and the FTSE 100, the London stock market closed at 6,382.10 points, increased 85.25 points or +. 1.35%
– The London stock market closed overnight (11 Nov), hitting a five-month high since Jun 10, with a weaker pound against the dollar supporting export stocks. While news about the vaccine efficacy against COVID-19 And the UK economic stimulus continued to support the market upward.
The FTSE 100 index, the London Stock Exchange, closed at 6,382.10 points, up 85.25 points or + 1.35%.
– The West Texas crude oil (WTI) New York market closed positive tonight (11 Nov), with the market still being driven by progress in the development of the COVID-19 vaccine. Including the American Petroleum Institute (API) report, US crude stocks fell more than expected last week.
WTI crude oil contract for delivery in December It rose 9 cents, or 0.2 percent, to 41.45 dollars a barrel.
Brent crude oil contract (BRENT) for delivery in January. It rose 19 cents, or 0.4 percent, to 43.80 dollars a barrel.
– New York gold futures closed overnight (11 Nov), pressured by the appreciation of the dollar. The US stock market remains optimistic. The Nasdaq, in particular, surged more than 2% as a reason for investors to sell gold as a safe haven.
COMEX (Commodity Exchange) gold contract for delivery in December. It was down $ 14.8, or 0.79 percent, to $ 1,861.6 an ounce.
Silver metal contract delivered in December It was down 19.5 cents, or 0.8 percent, to 24.267 dollars an ounce.
Platinum contract delivered in Jan. It was down $ 24.6, or 2.76%, to $ 868.1 an ounce.
Palladium contract delivered in December. Down $ 154.60, or 6.3%, to $ 2,316.80 an ounce.
– The US dollar appreciates against all major currencies. In a trade at the New York Exchange last night (Nov. 11), fueled by progress in the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. Of Pfizer The euro fell after the German Council of Economic Experts (GCEE) predicted that the German economy would shrink more than 5% this year.
The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies in the basket, was up 0.32 percent to 93.0452 on Monday.
The US dollar was higher against the yen at 105.45 yen from 105.28 yen and was higher against the Swiss franc at 0.9172 franc from 0.9150 francs. With the Canadian dollar at 1.3070 Canadian dollars from 1.3020 Canadian dollars.
The euro fell against the dollar at $ 1.1773 from $ 1.1813, while the pound fell to $ 1.3210 from $ 1.3253 and the Australian dollar fell to $ 0.7274 from $ 0.7281.
DJIA Index, the New York Stock Exchange, closed at 29,397.63 points, down 23.29 points, -0.08%.
The S & P500 Index closed at 3,572.66 points, up 27.13 points, + 0.77%.
The NASDAQ New York Stock Exchange closed at 11,786.43 points, up 232.57, + 2.01%.
The German stock market DAX closed at 13,216.18, up 53.07, + 0.40%.
Index FTSE 100, the London Stock Exchange closed at 6,382.10 points, up 85.25, + 1.35%.
Index CAC-40 French stocks closed at 5,445.21 points, up 26.24 points, + 0.48%.
Index of SENSEX Indian stocks closed at 43,593.67 points, up 316.02 points, + 0.73%.
The FTSE STI index, Singapore’s stock market closed at 2,713.28 points, up 8.28 points, + 0.31%.
The FBMKLCI, Malaysian stock market closed at 1,575.07 points, up 50.75 points, + 3.33%.
Jakarta Composite Index The Indonesian stock market closed at 5,509.51 points, up 46.77 points, + 0.86%.
The HSI Index, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, closed at 26,226.98 points, down 74.50 points, -0.28%.
The SSE Composite Index closed at 3,342.20, down 17.95, or -0.53%.
The KOSPI Index, South Korea’s stock market closed at 2,485.87 points, up 33.04 points, + 1.35%.
The S & P / ASX 200 Index closed at 6,449.70 points, up 109.20 points, + 1.72%.
ALL ORDINARIES The Australian stock market closed at 6,651.10, up 107.10, + 1.64%.
The NIKKEI 225 Index closed at 25,349.60 points, up 444.01 points, + 1.78%.
The TAIEX index, the Taiwan stock market, closed at 13,262.19 points, up 180.47 points, + 1.38%.
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE Composite Index) closed at 7,024.26, down 11.22, -0.16%.