WORLD MARKETS

World Markets Daily News – In Brief – Thursday 24/11/2022

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. THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD 

ASX closes in the green despite afternoon drop-off

The ASX set a new 100-day high on Thursday as gold and copper shares surged and coal plummeted

. RTT NEWS

European Shares Gain Ahead Of ECB Minutes

European stocks advanced on Thursday as relatively dovish signals from the Federal Reserve helped traders look past concerns over China

. CNBC

Malaysian stocks rise; Asia markets mostly higher after Fed signals slowing ‘soon’

Markets in the Asia-Pacific traded higher as the U.S. Federal Reserve said they expect to switch to smaller rate hikes “soon,” according to minutes released on Wednesday

. REUTERS

Oil falls as supply-disruption fears ease amid Russian price cap talks

Oil prices fell on Thursday, extending losses from the previous session, as fears of supply disruption eased on news that the Group of Seven (G7) nations were considering a high price cap on Russian oil

Gold advances as Fed signals slower rate hikes

Gold prices bounced above the key $1,750 an ounce level on Thursday, consolidating gains after minutes of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s latest meeting signalled slower interest rate hikes

. THE FINANCIAL TIMES

UK business and unions demand scrapping of planned bonfire of EU rules

Letter from broad alliance of groups says bill will ‘cause significant confusion and disruption’

. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Twitter Exodus Hits Teams Tasked With Regulatory Issues

Elon Musk’s effort to purge Twitter employees who don’t embrace his vision has led to a wave of departures among policy and safety-issue staffers around the globe