Opening Bell 01.03.2017

Your world at 9am

world equity market heatmap


DAX(DEU) +0.10%
CAC(FRA) +0.28%
UKX(GBR) +0.14%
NKY(JPN) +0.54%
SPX(USA) -0.26%
JCI(IDN) -0.37%
INMEX(MEX) -1.09%
XU030(TUR) -0.30%
IBOV(BRA) -1.18%
SHCOMP(CHN) +0.42%
NIFTY(IND) -0.19%
TOP40(ZAF) -0.75%


Heating Oil +0.15%
RBOB Gasoline -0.66%
Ethanol +0.00%
Natural Gas -0.25%
Brent Crude Oil +0.27%
WTI Crude Oil +0.20%
Copper +0.94%
Silver 5000oz -0.57%
Gold 100oz -0.65%
Palladium +0.30%
Platinum -0.46%


USDEUR:+0.12% USDJPY:+0.41%

USDIDR(IDN) +0.20%
USDMXN(MEX) -0.08%
USDNGN(NGA) +0.24%
USDTRY(TUR) +0.07%
USDBRL(BRA) +1.54%
USDCNY(CHN) +0.13%
USDINR(IND) -0.03%
USDRUB(RUS) -0.21%
USDZAR(ZAF) +0.06%
Cattle +0.00%
Cocoa +0.00%
Feeder Cattle +0.00%
Orange Juice +0.00%
Sugar #11 +0.00%
Wheat -0.12%
Corn +0.27%
Cotton +0.00%
Soybean Meal +0.66%
Soybeans +0.76%
Coffee (Arabica) +0.00%
Lean Hogs +0.00%
Lumber +0.00%
Coffee (Robusta) +0.00%
White Sugar +0.00%

Out of 42 world ETFs listed in NYSE that we track, 6 are trading above their 10-day SMA and 30 are trading above their 50-day SMA.

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