US Futures are pointing to a higher open this morning and EU markets are trading in positive territory as investors await the release of more earnings and the US un-employment claims for the week. Positive corona virus news coming from NY governor Cuomo helped calm the markets as well as indications from across Europe of a slow return to calm and some lifts in the lockdown across the Eurozone. Asian markets closed the session mixed – the NIKKEI traded lower while Mainland China closed higher. FX markets traded a mixed session overnight as well, the dollar index is at 99.83 this morning, up 0.4% and most FX markets are trading a narrow range session. Gold continues to be the focus for investors, up again this morning and trading at 7-year highs at $1,762, up 1.23%. Silver is trading at $15.83 this morning, up 2% as well. Oil reversed course this morning after another weak session yesterday, as markets face a positive sentiment, trading at 20.12 and up 1.22% from 20 -year lows.
US Un-employment claims and Philly FED Manufacturing Index at 1:30 pm are the important news on the agenda Thursday, (all times GMT).
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Gold continues to be the focus for investors looking for “safe heavens” and staying away from diluted FX pairs.
Nasdaq futures are pointing higher this morning as investors move into “corona safe” stocks: AMZN, NFLX, BABA, ROKU, ZM and CHWY.
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