The Euro Stoxx 50, or SX5E, lists 50 of the largest, most liquid stocks in the Eurozone. The SX5E can be traded using exchange traded funds (ETFs) or, where permitted, through derivatives such as options, spread bets and CFDs. View the chart for a full picture of the Euro Stoxx 50’s price movements, both historical and current. For the latest Euro Stoxx 50 news, read our expert analysis articles to boost your knowledge and trade more consistently.
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Oil - US Crude: 0.02%
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$GBPUSD is again testing resistance on the daily chart at a trendline joining recent lower highs. If it can break out to the upside from a triangle pattern. Get your market update from @MartinSEssex here: https://t.co/ojGkdTFnD5 https://t.co/cKwcQFOv4L
IG Client Sentiment Update: Our data shows the vast majority of traders in Ripple are long at 97.48%, while traders in US 500 are at opposite extremes with 75.61%.
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