MoneyAM MoneyAM
 Home   Log In   Register   Our Services   My Account   Contact   Help 
 Stockwatch   Level 2   Portfolio   Charts   Research   Share Price   Awards   Indices   Market Scan   Company Zone   Traders' Room 
 Funds   Trades   Terminal   Alerts   Heatmaps   News   Stock Screener   Forward Diary   Forex Prices   Director Deals   Investors' Room 
 CFDs   Shares   SIPPs   ISAs   Forex   ETFs   Videos   Comparison Tables   Spread Betting   Broker Notes   Shares Magazine 
You are NOT currently logged in

 
Filter Criteria  
Epic: Keywords: 
From: Time:  (hh:mm) RNS:  MonAM: 
To: Time:  (hh:mm)
Please Note - Streaming News is only available to subscribers to the Active Level and above
 


FTSE set to open higher; All eyes on US CPI data

StockMarketWire.com

The FTSE 100 is expected to erase yesterday's losses taking its cue from overnight progress on Wall Street rather than mixed trading in Asia as global markets await US inflation data due later today.

Financial spread betting firms are pointing to a 31 point rise when trading gets underway.

However, limited Corporate or economic news in the UK is likely to restrict any major directional shift.

OVERSEAS MARKETS

On Wall Street on last night, the Dow gained 39.18 points, or 0.16%, to end the day at 24,640.45.

The S&P 500 added 6.94 points, or 0.26%, to close at 2,662.94 and NASDAQ finished 31.55 points higher at 7,013.51.

In Asia this morning, the Nikkei 225 was down 63.12 points at 21,181.56 heading into the close.

The Hang Seng was 357.44 points higher at 30,196.97 and the Shanghai Composite was up 8.06 points at 3,193.02.

COMMODITIES

At around 6:00am, WTI crude was unchanged at $59.19 per barrel and Brent was up 0.16% at $62.82 per barrel.

Gold was 0.53% firmer at $1,337.4 an ounce, silver was up 0.47% but copper was 0.09% lower.

LONDON MARKETS

Interim Results: Galliford Try.

Final Results: Coca-Cola HBC, Plus500 and Shire.

GM's: Rockrose Energy and Vast Resources.

Economic Announcements: No significant news due.



Story provided by StockMarketWire.com