Global stocks mostly higher, dollar steady –

This article was originally published on this site – Global stocks were mostly higher Monday as Wall Street ended last week on a positive note.
{178|Nikkei 225}} was up 0.84% as the slipped against the dollar to 114 mark.
edges lower after in-line annual Chinese June , data.
Europe mostly higher. up 0.52% after German data. firm around $1.14 mark.
up 0.28%. mostly steady around $1.29 handle.
U.S. stock index futures up as Wall St closes higher on Friday.
steady below 96 supported by solid U.S. job creation in June.
steadies but under pressure as renewed U.S. oil rise noted.
off. U.S. Treasury yields edge lower.

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