Stock futures indicate stronger open in Europe

Market Reports | Markets 10/19/2016, 7:23 AM
Stock futures indicate stronger open in Europe

Gold ticked lower and market bets implied a rise in main stock indexes in Europe on Wednesday, following a solid growth report from the world's second-largest economy for the third quarter. China's gross domestic product expanded 6.7% on an annual basis, unchanged from the previous three months, while the previous quarterly rise was slightly revised upward. On the other hand, industrial production growth in September came in slightly softened.

A reading of stock index futures showed the FTSE 100 is expected to grow 0.1%, the DAX index was seen adding 0.32% and the CAC 40 was expected to climb 0.31% at the opening bell. Gold changed hands for $1,261.14 per ounce or 0.11% down in the session, silver edged 0.06% down to $17.16 for one ounce and platinum declined 0.32% to $942.5, while palladium rose 0.47% to $640.5 per ounce (all 7:22 a.m. CET).

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UK 100 Index-0.01%

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France 40 Ind...-0.03%

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Germany 30 In...-0.08%

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Gold US Dolla...-0.55%

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