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Wednesday,30 November 2022 at 09:04
& European markets were cautiously higher as regional investors monitored the latest
inflation data from the euro zone in November.
Asia-Pacific shares were
mostly higher as the reading for China’s November factory
activity fell short of expectations, dropping to the lowest reading since April
Oil prices rose as
U.S. crude inventories were seen falling but concerns that OPEC+ would leave
output policy unchanged at its upcoming meeting limited gains.
Gold prices were little
changed with investors largely focusing on Federal Reserve
Chair Jerome Powell’s speech for insights into the U.S. central bank’s monetary
In corporate news, specialist media publisher Future reported a
rise in full-year profits, driven by strong revenue growth and contributions
The company said pre-tax profit rose 58% to £170m on revenue of £825m, up 36%.
It expects “modest” earnings growth in 2023.
FTSE 100 7,530 +0.24%
FTSE 250 19,248 +0.32%
DAX 14,455 +0.70%
At the close
Dow Jones 33,852 +0.00%
S&P 500 3,957 (-0.16%)
NASDAQ 10,983 (-1.58%)
UK 10-YR YIELD 3.137
Gold $1,755 +0.43%
Brent $84.65 (-0.29%)
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