Global stocks rise on Thursday
The dollar and the dollar index rose sharply amid little progress in relations between the US and China. World stock indices also began to grow on Thursday: the S&P 500 grew by 0.6%, the Dow Jones – by 0.6%, the NASDAQ 100 – by 1.2%.
15:30 (GMT+3) The US will publish GDP for the second quarter. Analysts believe that GDP will remain at the same level of 2%.
16:30 (GMT+3) ECB conference of Mario Draghi is scheduled.
16:45 (GMT+3) the head of the Bank of England Mark Carney will speak.
Oil. Oil is down Thursday at -0.7%. In the morning, WTI crude oil is $56.2. Brent futures are trading near $62.1.
Gold. The protective metal fell on Wednesday but is growing on Thursday. In the morning, gold is trading near $1,507.
Currency. On Thursday, the DXY dollar index is stable. In the morning, DXY is 99 against a basket of major currencies.
Yesterday, the yen became cheaper against the dollar, but on the morning of September 26, the dollar is falling. In the morning, the pair USD/JPY is trading at 107.5.
Euro (EUR) continues to fall on Thursday. In the morning, the EUR / USD pair is reduced by -0.1% and is trading near 1.0937.
Pound Sterling (GBP) initially rose after a Supreme Court decision but is getting cheaper on Thursday. On the morning of September 26, the GBP/USD pair is trading around 1.2327.
Cryptocurrency. Bitcoin (BTC) continues to fall in price and is trading around $8,396. In the morning, Ethereum (ETH) is down and trading near $169.8. The price of Litecoin (LTC) is $56.7.
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