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79 per barrel. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang/File Photo.(Representational Image) Top News Muted trading volumes across many financial assets on Monday and the dollar rising to a three-week high underscored investor caution against making big bets in the face of geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and the Korean peninsula It is also a holiday-shortened week in much of the West Stock futures on Wall Street were up 01 percent The dollar inched higher drawing support from US rate hike expectations while global stocks reaching the point where some see them as expensive were stuck in neutral ahead of US earnings season this week European stocks were off 01 percent with industrials and energy sectors the biggest drags Shares of mining major BHP Billiton were up more than 3 percent however after activist hedge fund Elliot Management urged the company to pursue a spin-off of its US business The company in a statement said the costs involved with Elliott’s proposals outweigh their benefits The increased geopolitical risks continued to spur investors to move into safer assets such as government debt Top aides to US President Donald Trump differed on Sunday on where US policy on Syria was headed after last week’s attack on a Syrian air base while US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned the strikes were a warning to other nations including North Korea “Given that geopolitical tensions escalated last week it is reasonable to expect a shift in favour of the US dollar at least in the short-term” analysts at Rabobank said in a note The euro edged lower and France’s borrowing costs hit their highest level over Germany in six weeks as investors fretted over the rise of far-left candidate Jean Luc Melenchon in polls before this month’s presidential vote Melenchon’s emergence over the past week has raised the possibility that he will square off against far-right leader Marine Le Pen in the decisive second round in May making the final result far more unpredictable France’s bond yield spread over Germany hit 70 basis points in early trading on Monday its highest since Feb 27 .shoulder and abdomen.from where he managed to reach home in village Buterla.

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