The day’s trading overview includes current reports, trends, indices, stock prices, bonds, foreign exchange and commodities, as well as analyst recommendations. In Europe, the trading day opened with a negative trend, but without significant changes. Britain’s FTSE index fell by 0.3%, while DAKS and KAC opened unchanged. Meanwhile in Asia, stock markets in China, Hong Kong and South Korea are closed for Chinese New Year and Japan’s National Day. Wall Street futures trading is in a mixed trend with minimal changes last Friday.

In the US debt market, government bonds traded in a mixed trend at the end of the week, with the yield on the 10-year bond falling slightly to around 4.17%. Commodity and currency markets saw U.S crude trading at $76.5 a barrel and Brent crude at $81.7. Cryptocurrencies started to rise last weekend, with Bitcoin trading at $48,100 per coin and Ethereum at $2,500. Several intriguing reports are expected to emerge this week from Coca-Cola

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