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Wednesday,15 March 2023 at 08:29
UK and European markets opened lower, with banking stocks
still in negative territory following the global Silicon Valley Bank fallout.
largely rose after bank stocks on Wall Street rebounded on
optimism of contagion risks from Silicon Valley Bank being contained.
Oil prices rose in
early trade, recovering from the previous day’s plunge, as a
stronger OPEC outlook on China’s demand helped offset bearish global investor
Gold Gold prices
edged up in range-bound trading due to a softer dollar, while
investors assessed the U.S. Federal Reserve’s rate-hike trajectory.
In corporate news, Online rail ticket seller Trainline said
revenues surged 74% in its last fiscal year, driven by soaring international
ticket sales as European routes opened up to competition, offsetting a UK
performance hit by rail strikes.
Group net ticket sales rose 72% to £4.3bn in the 12 months to February 28, with
those at Trainline’s International Consumer unit more than doubling to £915m.
FTSE 100 7,606 (-0.41%)
FTSE 250 19,078 (-0.27%)
DAX 15,174 (-0.40%)
At the close
Dow Jones 32,155 +1.06%
S&P 500 3,919 +1.65%
NASDAQ 11,428 +2.14%
UK 10-YR YIELD 3.536
Gold $1,888 (-0.68%)
Brent $78.32 +1.06%
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