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World stock markets generally go down on Friday pending the publication of statistics on the labor market in the United States.
Trades in the U.S. market on Thursday was not carried out in connection with the celebration of the 4th of July.
Asian markets closed trading on Friday with growth of 0.7% in anticipation of the publication of statistics on unemployment in the United States. According to market participants, this statistic can affect the fed's decision on rates. They predict that unemployment will remain at the level of the previous month of 3.6%. It is also expected that the number of jobs in non-agricultural sector will increase by 160 thousand compared with an increase of 75 thousand in the previous month.
According to investors, at the July meeting, the fed will lower rates from the current level of 2.25-2.5 per cent.
European indices are down 0.2% to negative internal statistics and sales in the technology sector shares. Industrial orders in Germany in may declined more than forecast - by 2.2% in anticipation of reduction of only 0.1%.
the Russian stock market on Friday, losing 0.2 to 0.4% with mixed dynamics of world oil prices. The ruble dynamics shows a clear, decreasing by 10 cents to the dollar and adding 3 pennies to the Euro.
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