Investors are sensitive about the outcome of the G-20 meeting and what this means for the US and China trade deal
- The S&P 500 Index dropped as investors reacted to heightened geopolitical tensions. The index dropped 0.38% as of 15:43 London time.
- The Stoxx Europe 600 Index fell 0.12% touching the lowest level in nearly a week.
- The MSCI Emerging Market Index remained sensitive and traded mostly lower and sank 0.58%.
- The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index touched the lowest level in nearly 17 months and dropped 0.02%.
- The Euro struggled to stay above the 1.14 mark and fell 0.1% to $1.1388.
- The British pound remained sensitive to Brexit related issues and focus on the next prime minister and his tactics to resolve the issue. The currency fell 0.09% to $1.2723.
- The Japanese yen became favourite as the risk off trade kicked in and climbed 0.3% to 106.93 per dollar.
- The yield on 10-year Treasuries fell three basis points to 1.98%.
- Germany’s 10-year yield dropped by one basis point to -0.32%.
- Britain’s 10-year yield moved further lower and dell two basis point to 0.792%.
- West Texas Intermediate crude hasn’t spiked despite the tensions around Iran. It dropped 0.3% to $57.87 a barrel.
- Gold price treated another major resistance of 1430 and the next level is at 1450. It jumped 1.09% to $1,431.40 an ounce, touching the highest level in more than six years
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