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Friday,04 November 2022 at 09:11
andEuropean stocks opened higher as
markets round out a big week for central bank policy decisions and corporate
Hong Kong stocks briefly
rose with tech and consumer cyclical stocks driving the
surge amid China reopening rumours.
Oil prices slid in early
trade, extending losses from the previous session on fears U.S.
interest rates will go higher than previously expected.
Gold prices were little
changed, but the metal was headed for a second straight weekly
In corporate news, drugmaker AstraZeneca said
that its Beyfortus asset had received European Union approval for the
prevention of respiratory syncytial virus lower respiratory tract disease in
newborns and infants.
AstraZeneca stated that Beyfortus was now the first and only single-dose RSV
passive immunisation for the broad infant population, including those born
healthy, at term or pre-term, or with specific health conditions.
FTSE 100 7,234 +0.63%
FTSE 250 18,182 +0.41%
DAX 13,212 +0.63%
At the close
Dow Jones 32,001 (-0.46%)
S&P 500 3,719 (-1.06%)
NASDAQ 10,342 (-1.73%)
UK 10-YR YIELD 3.500
Gold $1,648 +1.17%
Brent $96.52 +2.08%
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