Japan's national core CPI stabilized at 0.2% and did not match the economists' estimates for appreciation to 0.3%. The Japanese rate of unemployment remained at 2.8% and slightly missed the predictions.
China's industrial firms' profits earned for the month of March escalated 23.8% compared to the previous year, as the Chinese construction boomed thus boosting the nation's growth to multi-year highs.
The precious metal, gold, traded weaker during the EU trading session, thus reporting its third consecutive falling session, as the traders and the investors await for Donald Trump's announcement on tax reforms.
Oil prices resumed being under pressure following six consecutive days of drops, amid the traders and the investors losing confidence. The U.S. WTI crude futures traded below $50 at $49.47 a barrel rising 0.5%.
The precious metal, gold, traded weaker during the EU trading session, amid the traders and the investors focusing more on safe-haven assets following the French election's outcome where Emmanuel Macron won the first round.
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