Domestic trading volume climbed significantly during the week ending at 16 percent higher than the 30-day average as investors continually digest the geopolitical environment.
British Prime Minister, Theresa May, received extreme support from Parliament on the planned June 8 election with only 13 of the 535 votes opposing the proposition.
First quarter 2017 GDP was 1.3% for the world’s second largest economy, China, which represents a 6.9% year over year rise and beating market expectations of a 6.8% gain.
PMI data was released for the Eurozone on Friday reflecting a six year high at 56.7 which was led by France unexpectedly surging to 57.4. The U.S. PMI fell 0.3 points to 52.7.
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