Yesterday the world’s financial markets closed in the red zone. In particular, in Europe Britain’s FTSE 100 fell 1.08 percent down to 6,412.93 points, Germany’s DAX shed 1.12 percent down to 8,103.15 points, and France’s CAC 40 dropped 1.32 percent down to 3,933.78.
On the Russian floor, the MICEX index shed 0.53 percent down to 1,364.65 points while the RTS index fell 0.75 percent down to 1,290.96 points.
In the USA the Dow Jones went down by 0.21 percent to 14,810.31 points, the NASDAQ fell 0.84 percent down to 3,589.87 points, and the S&P 500 was down by 0.32 percent reaching 1,632.97 points.
On the commodity market, price quotations for oil futures went down due to diminished risk of strikes on Syria. On NYMEX, the price of WTI oil for October lowered by $1.15 and made $104.65 a barrel. On London’s ICE, the price of Brent oil futures for October delivery went down by $1.15 and got to $114.01 a barrel.
On the Forex market, EUR/USD stopped at the support level of 1.32. Now the pair may roll back to 1.3275, after which clearer signals would be needed for further movement again.
Anna Gorenkova, NordFX Analyst