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The Euro has been strengthening against the Japanese Yen for eight months now. It rose from its May low at 114.42 to 127.48 on 7 January, gaining 11,4%.
Most of the benchmarks hit new record highs on Thursday but finished the week mixed. Oil prices dropped on Friday, pulling energy stocks down.
The New Zealand dollar has been rising steadily against the U.S. dollar for the past 10 months.
Despite one of the most tumultuous weeks in the nation’s political history the major indexes continued to march to record highs.
The major indices hit all-time highs and closed out the year 2020 in the green. The Nasdaq Composite Index notched its best annual performance since 2009.
Weekly markets recap. The major indexes reached record highs.
Weekly markets recap. US - The major indexes recorded new highs on Wednesday but failed to remain in positive territory and pulled back by weekend.
The pan-European STOXX Europe 600 Index ended the week with a modest 0.21% gain. Major European indexes were mixed: France’s CAC 40 ticked up 0.20%, Germany’s DAX Index fell 0.28%, and Italy’s FTSE MIB slipped 0.78%.