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Last week was a positive affair for the world’s major markets with all making gains over the previous week’s close.
The Nikkei 225 fell initially on Friday but found enough support at the ¥19,000 region to turn around and form a hammer.
Last week was another mixed affair for the world’s major markets. The Dow ended the week down by 0.11% to close at 20071. The Nasdaq composite index was up by 0.11% over the course of the week at 5666.8.
Last week was the first full trading session of 2017. The markets were mixed with the Dow and Nikkei closing lower.
Last week was the usual twilight affair for the major world’s markets as many were still partly on holiday and trading volumes were low. In Europe over the course of the week, the FTSE was up on last week’s close by 0.94%, it closed at 7210.1 making 14% over the year and 1.4% in Q4.
Last week was a largely positive affair for the major markets with only the Nasdaq slipping.
Asian shares hovered near last week’s lows on Monday as a Chinese seizure of a U.S. underwater drone added additional pressure to already uncomfortable Sino-U.S. relations.
Last week was saw all of the major markets trading higher. In Europe over the course of the week, the FTSE was up on last week’s close by 3.3%, it closed at 6954.2; the Dax ended at 11204, up by 6.6% on last week’s close; the CAC was up by 5.2% to end the session at 4764.1.
Last week was mixed for the major markets with the majority trading lower. In Europe over the course of the week, the FTSE was down on last week’s close by 1.6%, it closed at 6730.7; the Dax ended at 10513, down by 1.7.2% on last week’s close; the CAC was down by 0.47% to end the session at 4528.8.
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The world’s major markets were trading at least marginally higher last week, for a change.
The world’s major markets were trading mixed yet again last week.
Friday’s trading session marked the final trading session in Q3 and the month of September, the quarterly data will be presented next week. It is the first quarter since the UK’s decision to leave the EU was taken. The world’s major markets were trading mixed last week.
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major markets with key economic indicators suggesting that the UK economy is feeling the effects of the Brexit vote even if market sentiment in London is currently Bullish.
Friday marked the last trading session for July from the perspective of these summaries and a full month since the Brexit vote. The UK continues to be a member of the EU and will be until at least January 2019.
Amid further dire warnings of the local and global economic impact of Brexit, markets have continued to strengthen. It is likely that there will be relative calm until the end of the year which reflects the fact that the earliest that the UK will trigger Article 50 is in the New Year.
Another mixed week of trading on the world’s major markets: Get the Forex fundamental analysis focusing on the currency and commodities markets for the week of July 11, 2016 here.
Last week the fears of many were realised when the UK voted to leave the EU. Major markets fell and the Pound tanked, as any rational person would have expected.
Last week saw all the major markets losing ground again mainly on worries over the fallout from a potential “Brexit”. Get the fundamental analysis for the week of June 20, 2016 here.
Last week saw most of the major markets losing ground again, partially on worries over the fallout from a potential “Brexit”.