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Asia And Europe Markets Dip Whereas Crude Oil Stays Above $81 – World Markets As we speak Whereas US Slept – SmartETFs Asia Pacific Dividend Builder ETF (ARCA:ADIV)



On Friday, March twenty second, U.S. inventory markets closed combined, because the S&P 500 barely modified however recorded its largest weekly rise of 2024 after the Fed reiterated its plan for 3 rate of interest cuts by 12 months’s finish. The Nasdaq noticed slight will increase, boosted by sustained pleasure over synthetic intelligence.

Within the newest financial updates, Baker Hughes Inc. introduced a lower of 1 within the complete rely of energetic oil rigs within the U.S. final week.

FedEx FDX surged 7.4% after surpassing Wall Road’s revenue expectations, whereas Digital World Acquisition DWAC dropped 13.7% post-approval of its merger with Donald Trump’s tech firm.

The Dow Jones Industrial Common declined 0.77% to shut at 39,475.90. The S&P 500 was down 0.14%, ending the day at 5,234.18, whereas the Nasdaq Composite rose 0.16%, ending the session at 16,428.82.

Asian Markets As we speak

  • On Monday, Japan‚Äôs Nikkei 225 index closed the session decrease by 1.10% at 40,445.50, led by losses within the Shipbuilding, Mining, and Transportation Gear sectors.
  • In Australia, the S&P/ASX 200 was up 0.53% and closed at 7,811.90, led by beneficial properties within the A-REITs, Vitality and Healthcare sectors.
  • India Markets had been closed for the Holi vacation.
  • China‚Äôs Shanghai Composite declined 0.71% to three,026.31, and the Shenzhen CSI 300 was down 0.54%, closing at 3,525.76.
  • Hong Kong‚Äôs Hold Seng Index slipped 0.16%, concluding the day at 16,473.64.

Eurozone at 06:15 AM ET

  • The European STOXX 600 index was down 0.27%.
  • Germany‚Äôs DAX declined 0.10%.
  • France‚Äôs CAC slid 0.51%.
  • U.Ok.‚Äôs FTSE 100 traded decrease by 0.38%.

Commodities at 06:15 AM ET

  • Crude Oil WTI was buying and selling greater by 0.86% at $81.35/bbl, and Brent was up 0.81% at $85.52/bbl.
  • Pure Fuel was down 1.16% to $1.791.
  • Gold was buying and selling greater by 0.53% at $2,171.40, Silver rose 0.14% to $24.878, and Copper climbed 0.22% at $4.0160.

US Futures at 06:15 AM ET       

Dow futures had been down 0.22%, S&P 500 futures slipped 0.21%, and Nasdaq 100 Futures declined 0.30%.

Foreign exchange at 06:15 AM ET

The U.S. Greenback Index gained 0.32% to 104.34, USD/JPY was down 0.08% to 151.30, and USD/AUD slid 0.27% to 1.5308.

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