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European indices close higher on the day and close to daily highs


Major European equity indices closed near high levels and solidly higher on the day.

The Spanish Ibex traded at the highest level since February 10 and moved within a few points of the 2022 high in the process.

Closing levels show:

  • German DAX, +1.59% to 14231
  • CAC of France +1.78% to 6410.50
  • UK FTSE 100 +0.56% to 7564.92
  • Spanish ibex +1.47% to 8888.81
  • Italian FTSE MIB +1.22% to 24,546

Looking at the hourly chart of the Spanish Ibex, the price has reached an upper swing zone ceiling between 8863.1 and 8912.20. A move above the upper extreme would take the price to the highest level in 2022 (and the highest level since November 19, 2021).

Spain’s Ibex trades just past 2022 high

A look at other markets as traders in London look to exit issues:

  • spot gold is down $5.56 or -0.32% at $1,846.90
  • Spot Silver is down $0.02 or -0.04% at $21.94
  • WTI Crude Oil soars and rises $4.17 to $114.51
  • bitcoins

In the USA stock Exchange

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A stock or stock market is defined as the aggregation of buyers and sellers of shares, which reflect ownership rights over businesses. These can also include publicly traded securities, as well as stocks that are traded only privately. Common examples of this include shares of private companies that are sold to investors through crowdfunding platforms. Unlike in the past, the stock market has grown to include a more mature retail market, although almost all investment is still made through brokers and electronic trading platforms. What makes up the global stock market? The stock market itself consists of a global network of stock exchanges, to which most developed countries have access. There are currently over 60 such exchanges with a total market capitalization of over $70 trillion. The largest exchanges are the United States, Japan, and Great Britain, followed by many other exchanges around the world. Retail investors rely on the stock market for all their stock or stock trading needs. This function has been taken over by online stockbrokers, which have largely replaced the need to deal with trading rooms popularized for retail trading purposes. A stockbroker is an agent or intermediary between investors and the stock market. Stockbrokers play an important role in online trading and have grown in size and coverage in recent years. Historically, stockbrokers have charged for trading and other services, although they have crucially moved to commission-free trading in recent years after being disrupted by fintechs and other businesses.
Read this termthe main indices are close to their highs for the day:

  • The Dow Industrial Average is up 520 points or 1.62% at 32,641
  • The S&P index is up 75.18 points or 1.89% at 4053.91
  • The NASDAQ index is up 277 points or 2.42% at 11712
  • Russell 2000 is up 40.5 points or 2.25% at 1839.66

On the US debt market, returns are mixed with a steeper yield curve:

  • 2 years 2.482%, -1.6 basis points
  • 5 years 2.729%, +0.7 basis points
  • 10 years 2.777%, +2.8 basis points
  • 30 years 3.013%, +4.2 basis points


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