Rolls Royce up 6% on buybacks


All the commodities are up today. Silver up +0,92%, Gold +0,76%, Copper +0,23% and Oil (brent) is up +0,31%. Nikkei is also up today, as it advanced +1,62%. ASX 200 is up +1,59%. Europe is in a green territory too. Stoxx 50 is up +1,11%, FTSE 100 is up +0,83%, CAC 40 +0,89% and DAX is up +0,78% to 10,008,17 points right now (13:14:00 CET).


(Picture: Rolls Royce)

The crude oil price have never been so high this year and that`s because the conflict that is going on in Iraq right now. The Iraqi government forces battling Sunni militants for control of the country`s biggest refinery. The rally in Asia and the rest of the global stock market is because of the FOMC meeting yesterday.

The stocks rallied after the U.S Federral Reserve signaled that rising inflation won`t trigger an interest rate rise any time soon. investors liked it and sent the European bourses up sharply today. Asian equities posted strong gains, and S&P 500 rose to another record high yesterday.

The Fed Chair Janet Yellen slashed its 2014 growth forecast but expressed confidence that the economy will continue to recover steadily in the coming years, which could warrant a slightly more aggressive pace of interest rate hikes when they start.

That probably won`t be until the middle of next year, and Fed Char Janet Yellen dismissed the resent rise in inflation to its highest in over a year as «noise». Some people were speculating that the Fed would have to come up with a more hawkish commentary and obviously they have been disappointed.

But there were one loser yesterday after FOMC meeting yesterday; the dollar, which fell against major and emerging market currencies, in tandem with U.S Treasury yields, hitting a five-year low against sterling.

A big winner in the European stock market among the blue-chips was Rolls Roys RR.L. An auto car maker for the luxus market. The stock rose 6% after it announced a one billion pound ($1,69 billion) share buyback.


Reports today:

08:30 a.m EST Unemployment Claims

10:00 a.m EST Philly Fed Manufacturing Index


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