Stock Market Jumps in Pre-Market Trading Session

The US stock market jumped in pre-market trading session as investors in the United States and all over the world appeared to have shrugged off President Trump’s threat to not sign a stimulus bill.

The US stock market jumped in pre-market trading session as investors in the United States and all over the world appeared to have shrugged off President Trump’s threat to not sign a stimulus bill.

On Wednesday morning, the Dow Jones jumped 0.13 percent to be at 29,952.00, while the S&P 500 jumped 0.14 percent to be at 3,682.50, and the Nasdaq 100 jumped 0.07 percent to be at 12,719.25.

In Asia, the HSI jumped 0.86 percent to be at 26343.10, while Japan’s NIKKEI jumped 0.33 percent to be at 26524.79, and China’s SHANGHAI jumped 0.76 percent to be at 3382.32. In European markets, the STOXX jumped 0.33 percent to be at 3059.82, and the FTSE fell 0.06 percent to be at 6449.18.

In commodities, oil prices jumped 0.28 percent to be at $47,15 per barrel, while natural gas prices fell 1.91 percent to be at $2,73 per BTU.

Meanwhile, platinum prices fell 0.11 percent to be at $1,008 per ounce, and copper prices jumped 0.62 percent to be at $3,54 per pound. Also, gold prices fell 0.36 percent to be at $1,863 per ounce and silver prices fell 0.35 percent to be at $25,44 per ounce.

In currencies, the Euro fell 0.1582 percent to be at $0,8207 per US dollar, while the Yen fell 0.1640 percent or 0.1700 points, and the Sterling fell 0.4143 percent to be at $0,7452 per US dollar.


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