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U.S. Stocks End Higher As Biden Says Omicron Will Not Bring Lockdowns, European Markets In The Green


London, Monday, 29 November 2021



U.S. Markets

  • S&P 500: +60.65 (+1.32%) to 4,655.27

  • Nasdaq: +291.18 (+1.88%) to 15,782.83

  • Dow Jones: +236.60 (+0.68%) to 35,135.94

  • Ten-year U.S. Treasury notes: +4.8 bps to yield 1.5300%

  • Dollar index: +0.13 (+0.13%) at 96.21


European Markets

  • STOXX Europe 600: +3.19 (0.69%) 467.24

  • FTSE 100 in London: +65.92 (0.94%) 7,109.95

  • DAX 30 in Germany: +23.82 (0.16%) 15,280.86

  • CAC 40 in France: +36.52 (0.54%) 6,776.25

  • FTSE MIB 30 in Italy: +188.56 (0.73%) 26,041.55

  • IBEX 35 in Spain: +52.50 (0.62%) 8,455.20


Other Markets

  • VIX volatility index: -5.66 (19.78%) at 22.96

  • Brent crude: -0.25 (-0.34%) to $72.97 a barrel

  • West Texas Intermediate: +1.91 (+2.8%) $69.95

  • Gold: -$3.30 (-0.18%) to $1,784.80 per ounce

  • Silver: -0.40 (-1.72%) trading at $22.91 per ounce

  • Bitcoin: +7% at $58,000


Twitter ended more than 1% lower after the social media platform announced that CEO Jack Dorsey would be stepping down.


Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s chief technology officer, will succeed Dorsey. The stock initially popped on the news.

“I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is ready to move on from its founders,” Dorsey said in a statement.



(Written and edited by: The Decision Maker)