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U.S. Markets

U.S Markets were closed lower yesterday, reacting to the disappointing employment report released on Friday.
Dow Jones index futures point to a Higher opening.
Yesterday, The Dow Jones index was closing at 12,929 -1.00%, the S&P 500 index was closing at 1,382 -1.14% and

the NASDAQ index was closing at 3,047 -1.08%.

European Markets

European Markets remained closed yesterday (Monday), due to a holiday vacation.
Concerns regarding a European sovereign debt and a slowing economic growth are resurfacing.
On Thursday, The FTSE 100 index was closing at 5,723 +0.35%, the German DAX was closing at 6,775 -0.13% and the

France CAC was closing at 3,319 +0.19%.

Asian Markets

Asian Markets were traded with a negative sentiment earlier today.
China has reported a surplus in its trade balance - this drags the stock exchanges in Hong Kong and Shanghai

The central Bank of Japan has kept the interest rate unchanged, at 0% -0.1%.

Earlier today, The SSE Composite Index In China is traded at 2,260 -1.10% while the Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong

is traded at 20,368 -1.09%, and the Nikkei 225 Index in Japan is traded at 9,537 -0.10%.

Commodities & Foreign Exchange

The U.S Dollar Index is Lower, Currently traded around 79.63 on a Higher Euro.
Crude NYMEX went down by 0.99% , currently traded around $102.29.
Gold prices went up by 0.55% , the precious metal is currently traded around $1,651, Spot Silver is currently

traded around $31.73.

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