German Dax falls short of a record close despite a new intraday all-time high
The German DAX is closing the day up 0.2%. However that is short of the all-time high close of 14109.48. The index did however reach a new all-time intraday high price of 14197.49. That extended above the old February 8 high of 14169.49.
A look at the provisional closes in Europe are showing a mixed results:
- German DAX, +0.2%
- France’s CAC, +0.3%
- UK’s FTSE 100, 0.8%
- Spain’s Ibex, -0.2%
- Italy’s FTSE MIB, -0.1%
in other markets as European/London traders look to exit:
- spot gold has rebounded off its lows that got close to the $1700 level at $1702.04. The precious metal is currently trading at $1720.73 $-17.78 or -1.03%
- Spot silver is trading down $0.40 or -1.51% at $26.35. The low price reached $25.84. The high prices up at $26.82
- WTI crude oil futures are trading up $1.67 or 2.79%. This despite a surge of 21.563 million barrels has refineries reopened after the harsh Arctic freeze.
- Bitcoin is up 7.95% or $3774 at $51,223. The high price extended to $52,666. The low price was way down at $47,373.29