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Symbol Bid Ask EURCHF 1.25287 1.25299 EURUSD 1.2915 1.29158 GBPUSD 1.51436 1.51444 NOKJPY 17.588 17.808 USDJPY 102.555 102.562 USDSGD 1.25899 1.2592 USDTRY 1.84047 1.84404
Symbol Bid Ask AUS200 5164.5 5166.5 ESP35 8428.5 8437.5 GER30 8460.5 8463.5 HKG33 23389.5 23405.5 UK100 6800.5 6803.5 US30 15377.5 15382.5
Symbol Bid Ask UKOil 103.53 103.6 USOil 95.67 95.74001 XAGUSD 22.496 22.546 XAUUSD 1377.54 1378.04
The FTSE 100 surged yesterday to close at the highest level since September 2000, as investors search for a return, fuelled by central bank easing and record low borrowing rates. (Most of Europe was closed yesterday for a religious holiday) Investors search for a return has seen a transfer of investment from precious metals and Government paper into equities, which have pushed stocks to multi-year highs. The economic medicine of ultra-loose monetary policy from central banks will need to be...
The Conservative party over the weekend has come under attack following a national paper printing comments said to have been made by a senior Tory official stating grassroots party members were “swivel-eyed loons.” The comments seem to have only added momentum to the Eurosceptic UKIP party, as Tory members are said to have begun defecting. More than 8,000 French households’ tax bills topped 100 per cent of their income last year, the business newspaper Les Echos reported this weekend..