Global markets show mostly positive dynamics.
Global markets on Tuesday began to compensate for previously recorded losses, demonstrating that investors are recovering from the shock caused by another aggravation in relations between the United States and China.
Tokyo’s Nikkei index closed down 0.2 percent, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose 0.6 percent, and the Shanghai Composite rose 0.7 percent.
Australia’s S&P/ASX fell 0.3 percent, Seoul’s KOSPI added 1.7 percent, and Taiwan’s TSEC was little changed in percentage terms. Mumbai’s Sensex rose 1.3 percent in the afternoon.
London’s FTSE and Frankfurt’s DAX each added 0.4 percent, while the Paris CAC-40 was little changed in percentage terms.
The price of gold, which at the beginning of the day approached the level of $ 2,000 per ounce, now stands at $ 1926.30 per ounce.
US crude oil fell 0.6 percent to $ 41.34 a barrel, while benchmark Brent lost 0.1 percent to trade at $ 43.35 a barrel.
Futures on the leading American stock indexes on the eve of the opening of the trading show a negative trend.