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Jan 19 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 3,123.14 +21.84 (0.70%)
Nikkei 225 19,137.91 +65.66 (0.34%)
Hang Seng Index 22,885.91 -164.05 (-0.71%)
TSEC 9,331.46 +13.34 (0.14%)
FTSE 100 7,208.21 -0.23 (0.00%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,292.15 +1.82 (0.06%)
CAC 40 4,840.44 -0.70 (-0.01%)
S&P TSX 15,409.81 +11.96 (0.08%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,654.80 -37.40 (-0.66%)
BSE Sensex 27,034.50 -274.10 (-1.00%)
SMI 8,276.34 +3.26 (0.04%)
ATX 2,671.74 +5.28 (0.20%)
IBOVESPA 63,950.86 -198.71 (-0.31%)
SET 1,562.99 +8.11 (0.52%)
BIST100 82,185.81 -114.51 (-0.14%)
IBEX 9,377.60 -1.50 (-0.02%)
WIG 53,772.41 +117.42 (0.22%)
TASI 6,875.87 +22.42 (0.33%)
MERVAL 16,891.84 -253.99 (-1.48%)
IPC 46,265.26 -95.37 (-0.21%)
IDX Composite 5,254.31 -44.64 (-0.84%)

Currencies

EUR/USD 1.0642 -0.0017 (-0.16%)
USD/JPY 115.2105 +0.2465 (0.21%)
GBP/USD 1.2285 -0.0053 (-0.43%)
USD/CAD 1.3353 +0.0030 (0.23%)
USD/HKD 7.7580 +0.0011 (0.01%)
USD/CNY 6.8755 -0.0011 (-0.02%)
AUD/USD 0.7527 -0.0038 (-0.50%)

Bonds

3 Month 0.49% 0.00 (0.00%)
6 Month 0.58% -0.01 (-1.69%)
2 Year 1.22% -0.01 (-0.81%)
5 Year 1.96% 0.00 (0.00%)
10 Year 2.47% +0.02 (0.82%)
30 Year 3.05% +0.03 (0.99%)
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Steven T. Mnuchin, President-elect Donald J. Trump's nominee for treasury secretary, during his confirmation hearing on Thursday.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen backed a strategy for gradually raising interest rates, arguing that the central bank wasn't behind the curve in containing inflation pressures but nevertheless can't afford to allow the economy to run too hot.
Donald Trump's most recent tirade that the strength of the dollar is “killing us” would seem to confirm that policy consistency and clear economic thinking are not his strong suits.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Global shares were steady in cautious trading Friday ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Billionaire investor and Democratic donor George Soros said in an interview Thursday that "people like me" would like President-elect Donald Trump to fail as president.

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