US stocks continue to rally with oil set for best week since early march


- Overview of market sentiment & headlines in play at the EU open (00:00).

- Oil set for its best week since early March on better demand outlook (6:56).

- Chinese GDP (Q1) Y/Y GDP 18.3% vs Exp. 19.0% (9:39).

- Covid first detected in India is found in the UK (12:52).

- Main calendar events for today (16:31).

 

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