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Wall Street indices finished yesterday’s trading higher but off the session highs. S&P 500 gained 0.51%, Dow Jones moved 0.20% higher and Nasdaq added 0.58%. Small-cap Russell 2000 jumped 0.7%

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  • Wall Street indices finished yesterday’s trading higher but off the session highs. S&P 500 gained 0.51%, Dow Jones moved 0.20% higher and Nasdaq added 0.58%. Small-cap Russell 2000 jumped 0.7%
  • Indices from Asia-Pacific traded mixed today – indices from Australia, South Korea and India gained, while stocks in Japan and China pulled back
  • DAX futures point to a slightly lower opening of the European cash session today
  • Houthi strike on True Confidence vessel in the Gulf of Aden yesterday resulted in the death of 3 crew members. Those are the first fatalities among commercial vessels’ crews since Houthis began targeting merchant ships in the Red Sea last year
  • BoJ Governor Ueda said that the likelihood of achieving 2% goal is gradually rising. Ueda said that BoJ will consider rolling back stimulus measures once positive cycle of wages and inflation is confirmed
  • Bloomberg reports that some Japanese government officials support a near-term policy tightening by the Bank of Japan
  • Fed Kashkari said that he sees only one Fed rate cut this year
  • Chinese exports increased 7.1% YoY in February (exp. 2.5% YoY), while imports were 3.5% YoY higher (exp. 2.0% YoY). Trade surplus for February reached $125.16 billion (exp. $107 billion)
  • Australian trade balance for January showed surplus of A$11.03 billion (exp. A$11.5 billion)
  • Major cryptocurrencies trade mixed – Bitcoin gains 0.1%, Ethereum drops 1.1%, Dogecoin plunges 4% and Ripple adds 1.4%
  • Energy commodities trade higher – oil gains 0.1%, while US natural gas prices move 0.4% higher
  • Precious metals trade mixed – gold gains 0.3%, silver drops 0.6%, platinum trades flat and palladium plunges 1.2%
  • JPY and AUD are the best performing major currencies, while USD and GBP lag the most

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