The dollar traded higher versus “safe heavens” and the sterling and lower versus the Euro, overall closing the day flat on the dollar index. “Safe heavens” lost ground following another rally in US equity markets led by the technology sector, trading at all-time highs levels yesterday and looking strong into earnings season set to open today with major bank stocks reporting. While all US indexes closed higher, EU markets traded mostly sideways yesterday and the EURSXX50 closed marginally lower, down 0.26%. Metals closed lower on the move away from safety, Gold closed at $1,551 per ounce and Silver at $18.02 per ounce. Oil prices continue to dip as investors look at the geopolitical tensions in the Middle east as the prime factor for pricing near term, Oil traded lower for the 5th day in a row, closing at $58 per barrel, down more than 12% over the period.

US CPI at 1:30 pm is the important news on the agenda Tuesday, (all times GMT).


Global Markets 24 hours wrap-up
13.1.20-0.46%0.38%0.58%0.16%-0.6% -1.66%
1 YEAR23.91%11.12%26.74%23.17%18%35.36%
Swing report
GOLD155160-68610/11540 stopped out
OIL59.448122010/158.58SL Changed
NASDAQ903715-1010/19037 stopped out
OPEN PROFIT  $1220   

Oil trades lower for the 5th day in a row and down 12% over the period as investors fear oversupply and overlook Middle East tensions.

NASDAQ futures traded at all-time highs yesterday on strength in APPLE, TESLA, NETFLIX and BEYOND MEAT. 

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