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Oil futures and Gold futures rises up : 23-10-2020

News Date: 23/10/2020 03:23:18

Gold futures contracts ended this week higher, rising 0.14%, to be traded at a price of 1907.35 dollars an ounce. Previously, contracts were traded in a higher session at a price of 1910.20 dollars an ounce. Gold is expected to find support points, down at $ 1894.2, and resistance points at $ 1936.00.


Silver futures contracts decreased by 0.07%, to trade at $ 24,727 an ounce.

Also, crude oil futures rose by 0.32%, to be traded at $ 40.77 a barrel. Oil is expected to find support points, down at $ 39.71, and resistance points at $ 41.7.


American stock indices closed higher yesterday, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average recorded an increase of 0.54%, while the Nasdaq index climbed 0.19%, and the Standard-Index Index rose by 0.52%, which led to a record Gains in the health services sector, the telecommunications sector, and the oil and natural gas sectors.

As for the Japanese stock indices, the Nikkei index rose by 0.36%, to record 23,558.71 points, while the Topix index also rose by 0.36%, to record 1625.65 points.


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