The Early Look: Your 10-Second Guide To What Happened Overnight

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Asia has continued rising, while Japan has continued to miss the rally. Resource stocks led the way, perhaps due to China’s voracious growth in commodity imports.

Shanghai: +0.2% (CSI 300)

Asia: +0.7% (MSCI Asia Apex 50)

Hong Kong: +1.0% (Hang Seng)

Tokyo: -0.2% (Nikkei 225)

 

Europe is surging across the board. Strong Apple (AAPL) earnings last night could be a driver, while markets are also anticipating decent news from Europe’s bank stress tests this Friday. Apple supplier ARM is having a good day.

Frankfurt: +1.3% (DAX)

Paris: +1.6% (CAC 40)

London: +1.5% (FTSE 100)

ARH Holdings: +2.8% (London)

The Euro: $1.286 (-0.3%)


Gold and oil are mixed, the Baltic Dry Index continues to rebound.

Gold: -0.2% ($1,190)

Oil: +0.3% (Light Sweet Crude $76.50)

Baltic Dry Index: +1.67% (BDI 1,761)

Dollar Index: -0.1% (DXY 82.70)

 

U.S. futures are already indicating a positive open today. Watch for Ben Bernanke at 2:00 PM ET, and EIA Petroleum data at 10:30 AM ET.

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Isuzu

Source: Bloomberg

Mizuho

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Nitto Boseki

Nomura

Yamato

And one top gainer: Shinsei

Overall, the Nikkei 225 just got weaker all day

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