European Stocks Fell 0.8% Last Friday

U.S. stocks were closed for the holiday on Friday, and the market was worried about the second wave of new pneumonia. The European stock market fell. The Stoxx 600 index fell 0.8% to close at 365.43 points; the British FTSE 100 index fell 1.3% to close at 6157 points; the French CAC40 index fell 0.8 %, to close at 5007 points; the German DAX index fell 0.6%, to close at 12528 points.

HSI fell 53 points during the night
The night closed at 25242 points, down 53 points, 131 points low, and 9,525 contracts were traded.

Brent oil fell 0.8%
The market worried that the rebound of the pneumonia epidemic would affect the demand for crude oil, and oil prices fell. Brent oil futures closed at US$42.8, down US$0.34 or 0.8%. New York oil futures closed at $40.32 during electronic trading hours, down $0.33 or 0.8%.

The dollar index is weak
The US Dollar Index reported 97.19, down 0.1%. The euro was 1.1246 against the dollar; the dollar was reported at 107.57 against the yen.

The US 10-year bond yield was reported at 0.67%.

New York gold futures fell 0.2%
The U.S. financial market was closed for the holiday on Friday, and gold prices were quiet. New York gold futures closed at $1787.3 in electronic trading hours, down $2.7 or nearly 0.2%. Spot gold is at the $1786 level.

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