London stocks set to rise after mixed trade in Asia

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FTSE 100 set to climb after mixed trade in Asia

The FTSE 100 index is expected to open eight more points at 7,133, according to IG data, after mixed trading in Asia and a positive close on Wall Street. Mainland China and Hong Kong markets are down, but the Japanese Nikkei is up 0.3%. The Dow Jones closed 0.4% ahead. “After a few quiet sessions, and despite the looming payroll report, Wall Street regained its upward momentum on Thursday with the S&P 500 advancing 0.5% to a new record,” said Chris Scicluna of Daiwa Capital Markets. Elsewhere, crude rose more than 2% with WTI futures above $ 75 a barrel as the OPEC + meeting ended with no deal to increase production. The greenback was slightly higher. firmer. ”

 
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July 02, 2021 03:13 ET (07:13 GMT)

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