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Thursday,19 January 2023 at 08:47
UK & European markets retreated, tracking weaker
global sentiment as investors gauge the economic outlook, a topic high on the
agenda at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week.
Shares in the Asia-Pacific
traded mixed after tracking losses on Wall Street overnight.
Gold prices inched
higher as investors weighed the chances of the U.S.
Federal Reserve slowing its pace of interest rate hikes, while a firmer dollar
capped bullion’s gains.
Oil prices fell after
industry data showed a large unexpected increase in U.S. crude stocks for a
second week, heightening concerns of a drop in fuel demand.
In corporate news, homewares retailer Dunelm said it expected annual profits
to be above expectations as consumers sought value for money amid the
The company said second-quarter sales were up 18% year on year, with customers
flocking to buy items such as heated indoor airers to mitigate soaring energy
FTSE 100 7,790 (-0.51%)
FTSE 250 19,776 (-0.58%)
DAX 15,122 (-0.39%)
At the close
Dow Jones 33,296 (-1.81%)
S&P 500 3,928 (-1.56%)
NASDAQ 10,957 (-1.24%)
UK 10-YR YIELD 3.264
Gold $1,912 +0.49%
Brent $84.05 (-0.58%)
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