The highlight of yesterday was the enormous volatility of the markets. The sentiment was always mixed and this led to great variations in the main stock indexes. Eventually, the increase in the announcement of stimulus measures by several countries prevailed.
The European benchmark index - Stoxx 600 - ended up appreciating by 2.26%, while the American Dow Jones gained 5.20%, the S&P 500 increased by 6% and the technological Nasdaq appreciated by 6.23%.
In the debt market, however, what was observed was a departure from these types of assets that are often considered safer. Yields have risen in all European countries, including German debt.
The Euro followed the falling day, contributing to this was the higher demand for Dollars as well as the bad news from the Eurozone regarding the ZEW Economic Sentiment.
The price of a barrel of oil continues to fall, being affected by the increase in supply from Saudi Arabia, as well as the substantial reduction in demand.
With regards to gold, this metal ended up valuing, thus contributing to the correct of the falls over the last few days.
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