Beginning with the latest developments in commodities, the gold futures contracts started this morning with a rise of 0.70%, to be traded at 1784.56 dollars an ounce, after opening at 1771.61 dollars, and closed at 1770.22 dollars, as the future contracts for silver increased , Bringing its price up to $ 18,652 an ounce, after rising by 0.08%, while the price of copper for this month increased by 0.59%, to be adopted at 2,732 pounds.
On the other hand, oil futures contracts, which were traded previously according to the New York Stock Exchange in August, decreased at $ 39.75 a barrel by 1.22%, to be traded now at $ 39.72 a barrel, and unlike US crude, the price of Brent oil rose for the month of September increased by 0.99%, to be traded at $ 41.68 a barrel, compared to $ 40.21 a day ago.
The US stock indices closed their trading at the end of the day high, as the indicators were accompanied upward than what they gained in the natural gas and oil sectors, as well as the technology and health services sectors, as the Dow Jones rose by 0,85% to 25812.88 points, and the Nasdaq rose by 1.87% To 10064.81 points. Also the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, which is 1.54%, recording the best quarterly gain for more than two decades !
With the first hours of the day, most Japanese stock indices rose, including the Nikkei, which rose 0.23% to 22338.30 points, while the broader Topix index rose by 0.23% to 1562.30 points.
The dollar is stable at 0,89 euros, and against the Swiss franc, it settled at 0.95 Swiss francs, while the US dollar pair stabilized against the British pound at the price of 0.81 pounds.