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Japanese stock indices are low! 30-10-2020

News Date: 30/10/2020 10:10:05

Japanese stock indices fell on Friday to record the biggest weekly loss in 3 months, as the Nikkei index fell by 1.52% to reach 22977.13 points, due to the damage to sentiment due to the mixed business reports of companies, in addition to the confusion and uncertainty surrounding the US elections. .


Gold futures contracts for December delivery rose 0.22%, to trade at $ 1872.05 an ounce. Gold futures contracts were traded earlier on a high session at $ 1878.3 an ounce, and gold is also expected to find support points, a drop at $ 1859.45, and resistance points at $ 1913.8.


At the end of the week, futures contracts for oil rose again after a big loss wave nearly 4 months ago ! US crude oil futures rose by 0.53%, to be traded at $ 36.36 a barrel, while Brent oil futures contracts advanced 0.47%, to trade at $ 38.44 a barrel.


The US dollar pair fell against the dollar by 0.1% to trade at 1.1669, and remains close to its 4-week low.

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