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209535Turkish Lira Hits All-time Low10/16/2021 5:36:47 AMUSDTRY increased to an all-time high of 9.3074turkeycurrencyUSDTRY/turkey/currency
209531Brazilian Shares Close at Over 1-Month High10/15/2021 9:01:55 PM"Brazil's Ibovespa climbed 1.3% to 114,648 on Friday, its highest since September 15th, lifted by shares in Brazilian food retailer GPA, which soared as much as 16% after the announcement of a deal to sell 71 of its stores to Assai for up to 5.2 billion reais. Meanwhile, investors weighed strong cues from their Wall Street peers against weak domestic data and concerns with the fiscal scenario, amid reports of a possible extension of emergency aid. On the data front, the IBC-Br index of economic activity in Brazil fell in August and more than market estimated, which bodes negatively to the country's economic performance in the third quarter. For the week, the key Brazilian stock index rose 1.6%, the most since the week ended June 4th."BrazilStock MarketIBOV/brazil/stock-market
209530Canadian Shares End Week at a Record Level10/15/2021 8:36:00 PM"The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index rose 0.5% to a record high of 20,928 on Friday, and book a 2.6% weekly gain after strong US corporate earnings reports fueled optimism about the economy and oil prices continued to climb. WTI crude closed the week at a fresh 7-year high above $82 a barrel on prospects of a supply deficit in the next few months due to soaring demand after the easing of coronavirus-related travel restrictions. On the data front, Canadian wholesale sales recorded a positive change for the first time in 3 months."CanadaStock MarketSPTSX/canada/stock-market
209529US Stocks Close Week on Strong Note10/15/2021 8:13:00 PM"Wall Street rallied on Friday to book a winning week as investors piled back into economically sensitive cyclical stocks after more strong earnings reports and an upbeat surprise in retail trade data. Retail sales in the US unexpectedly rose for the second month in September, a sign of resilience from consumers. Meanwhile, the earnings season continues with results from Goldman Sachs smashing forecasts. On Thursday, eight S&P 500 companies reported quarterly results with each topping estimates, led by financial giants Bank of America, Morgan Stanley and Citigroup. The Dow Jones climbed 382.2 points, or 1.1%, to 35,294.76; the S&P 500 added 0.8% at 4,471.37 and the Nasdaq Composite rose 0.5% to 14,897.34. The three major indexes closed the week higher."United StatesStock MarketINDU/united-states/stock-market
209528Turkish Lira Hits All-time Low10/15/2021 7:33:43 PMUSDTRY increased to an all-time high of 9.2425turkeycurrencyUSDTRY/turkey/currency