Investing.com – Here are the best things to know about in the financial markets on Tuesday, April 2:
1. Bitcoin Briefly Spikes over $ 5,000 In an unexpected surge
it rose shortly above $ 5,000, the highest since late November.
Bitstamp-exchange in Luxembourg, Bitcoin rose by 20%, touching a high level of $ 5080, 5:45 am ET (09:45 GMT), almost 16% a day;
It was not immediately clear what is behind the rally.
He comes after a massive recession in the crippling market last year. Bitcoin fell by more than 76% in 201
climbed to the highest level in the year against the backdrop of signals that the decline in OPEC-led production, as well as US sanctions against Iran and Venezuela, helped strengthen the supply market.
USA. Fischer rose by 41 cents, or by 0.7%, to $ 62.00 per barrel, after reaching $ 62.03, the highest since November 8.
International coffees were at $ 69.43 per barrel, which is 39 cents or about 0.5%. $ 69.50, highest since mid-November.
This should release its weekly report for the week ending March 29 at 16:30 ET (20:30 GMT), with expectations for a decrease of about 1.1 million barrels. 19659006] Read more: : Barani Krishnan
3. Brexit Impasse
British Prime Minister heads an extraordinary government meeting in Downing Street trying to build a Brexit prohibition when she is under pressure to either leave the European Union without a deal or ask
The May accord was broken up three times by the lower house of the British Parliament, which again failed on Monday to find its own majority for any alternative to its deal.
May can not ratify her agreement by Parliament, after which she has the option: to leave without an agreement, or to ask the EU to hold on for a long time to conclude an agreement on Brexit with much more close relations with the bloc. Parliament also has the right to unilaterally cancel United Kingdom's decision on the issue, although it rejected this option last night.
"In the last days, the scenario without an agreement has become more likely, but we can still hope to avoid it," said EU Chief Commissioner Bressyt during the event in Brussels, adding that the EU is ready to accept Britain, which will remain in the EU customs union, or relations similar to that of the EU with Norway.
4. American public relations direct bad open.
On the stock markets of Wall Street American Funds of F & The yucheries pointed to a low level of openness after rising on Monday in response n Strong production studies in the US and China.
The blue chip was equal, and that one was slightly lower.
In another place, water is in the middle of the morning trade, after their strongest two-day rally since January. Among the national indices, a large share of exporters in the United Kingdom increased by about 0.4%, which contributed to the weakening of the pound.
Earlier, the shares closed much higher
5. US durable goods in the United States more
The Ministry of Trade will issue data on the ordering of durable goods in February at 8:30 am EN (12:30 GMT)
. the goods have fallen. Major orders that exclude unstable traffic are expected to increase.
The report came after data on Monday showed that US manufacturing performance in March was better than expected, helping investors ignore retail sales data for February. which measures the dollar's strength against the basket of six major currencies, increased by about 0.2% to 96.96, after it reached the three week high of 97.04 previously.
In the bond market, long-term yields advanced at a lower level after falling below, shortly last week, in response to fears of a possible downturn. The latter was 2.48% compared with the 3-month bond yield of 2.42%.
– Reuters contributed to this report