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Global stocks mostly firm after China GDP, dollar steadies

ForexJul 17, 2017 05:15
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Investing.com - Global stocks mostly firm near record highs as China Q2 GDP growth of 6.9% beats estimates.
Tokyo closed for holiday as dollar firms slightly against theyen at 112 mark.
Shanghai composite off over 1%. S&P/ASX 200 underperforms.
Government meeting over weekend attended by President Xi Jinping points to tighter control of economy.
Europe mixed. DAX off 0.10%. CAC 40 adds 0.08%.
Euro firm above $1.14 mark as ECB expected to stand pat on policy Thursday.
FTSE 100 up 0.41% as Brexit talks resume. Sterling edges lower but holds above $1.30 amid rate hike talk.
U.S. stock index futures steady as Wall St closes firm on Friday.
Dollar index recovers some ground after hitting 10-month lows on Yellen testimony, weak data.
Oil firm after Chinese data, Baker Hughes rig count.
Gold edges higher. U.S. Treasury yields edge lower.
Copper leads industrial metals higher after Chinese data.

Global stocks mostly firm after China GDP, dollar steadies
 

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