US S&P 500 futures and EU markets are trading marginally lower this morning, that’s after another record close for the Nasdaq yesterday and ahead of jobs data today and the NFP jobs report tomorrow morning. The Bank of England decided to hold on to the 0.1% interest rate after the meeting this morning, still at all-time lows. The dollar and most FX markets are trading near the flat line this morning, ahead of the employment news. The dollar index is at 92.91, trading just 0.2% above 2020 lows. The BOE meeting this morning did little to the sterling investors, leaving rates at bay. Asian markets closed the session in the red on profit taking after a strong 3-days, the NIKKEI shed 0.43% and the CSI 300 was down 0.3%. Gold and Silver rally continues this morning, with fresh all-time highs for Gold, trading at $2,058 per ounce, up 1.11% and Silver trades at 10-year highs $27.65 per ounce, up 1.25%. Oil prices traded lower from 2020 highs this morning after the release of the Inventories Numbers yesterday, which showed a surprise drop in US stockpiles and are trading at $42 per barrel this morning as investors fear the increase in coronavirus cases worldwide will temper with crude demand short term.
US Unemployment Claims at 8:30 am and is the important news on the agenda Thursday, (all times EST).
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All-time highs levels for Gold at $2,070 this morning, and 10-year highs for Silver prices, after the dollar tumbles and stays at 20-month lows, ahead of the NFP numbers tomorrow morning.
Oil prices are lower from 2020 highs this morning as investors fear more coronavirus cases will temper with global growth and demand.
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