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Thursday,13 January 2022 at 08:28
UKand European stocks opened loweras global markets falter following the latest U.S. inflation reading
showing consumer prices rose once again in December.
mostly fellas Wall Street saw gains despite a red-hot
inflation report that set market expectations for rate hikes.
Oil prices slipped amid
uncertainty over near-term demand as cases of the highly contagious omicron
variant of the coronavirus surge around the globe.
Gold prices held near a
one-week high as the U.S. dollar and Treasury yields retreated
after inflation data came in line with expectations and reiterated the need for
a quicker interest rate hike.
In equity markets, supermarket chain Tescolifted annual profits guidance after better-than-expected
third-quarter and Christmas sales.
The company said it now expected retail operating profit to be slightly above
the top-end of previous £2.5bn - £2.6bn guidance, and forecast bank operating
profit to be between £160m - £200m, due to the effect of more favourable
economic forecasts on its provision for expected credit losses.
At the close
FTSE 100 7,542 (-0.12%)
FTSE 250 23,000 (-0.19%)
DAX 15,963 (-0.32%)
Dow Jones 36,290 +0.11%
S&P 500 4,726 +0.28%
NASDAQ 15,188 +0.23%
UK 10-YR YIELD 1.156
Gold $1,825 (-0.04%)
Brent $84.53 (-0.33%)
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