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What’s new about the stimulus package? 21-10-2020

News Date: 21/10/2020 01:27:37

The US stimulus package was discussed on yesterday by the Speaker of the US House of Representatives and Secretary of the Treasury Stephen Mnuchin, in an interview that lasted 45 minutes, and the discussion still continued, in an attempt by the two parties to find a solution that satisfies all parties, and Speaker Pelosi expressed her earnest desire In finding a solution coinciding with the weekend .


Japanese stock indices climbed to the upside at the beginning of today’s hours, as the Nikkei index rose 0.21% to 2,3615.52 points, while the broader Topix index rose 0.45% to 1633.03 points.


Crude futures rose by 0.50%, to trade at $ 41.49 a barrel. Oil futures were traded at a price of $ 41.59, and it is expected that support points will fall at $ 39.22, and resistance points are at $ 41.88.

Gold futures contracts also rose, rising by 0.32%, to be traded at a price of 1921.6 dollars an ounce. Gold futures contracts were traded earlier on a high session at a price of 1924.45 dollars an ounce, and gold is expected to find support points, down at a price of 1892.7 dollars, and resistance points at a price of 1924.45 dollars.

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