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Oil rises after Paris and the French strikes in Syria attacks

Crude oil prices rose on Monday, with France to launch large-scale raids on the organization of the Islamic state in Syria, but some analysts speculated that the pressure on commodity prices will continue due to an oversupply.
And has Khama measuring eight percent last week. Both already allocated and saw high levels of activity in early trading as investors sought to identify the direction of the market after the bloody attacks that took place in Paris last Friday.
The total US crude price in the month of decades the nearest $ 40.87 entitlement per barrel in the 0744 GMT time, up 13 cents from its price when Closed on Sunday.
The price of the global Brent crude to $ 44.64 a barrel, up 17 cents, after being unable to overcome the resistance level at $ 45 a barrel.

Dubai
rise Bborsat Gulf

Stepped Gulf bourses in early trade on Monday, with a turnout of some investors to buy back at lower prices shares, with continued Egyptian index falling for the second session, this week.
Kuwait indicators rose at the end of trading Monday, with the support of leading stocks gains, the top of Americana and Zain, to reflect the decline recorded in earlier in the session. The Saudi stock market index rose, supported in early trading Monday gains petrochemical shares, against the backdrop of the rise of oil.
Have shown the stock markets in the United Arab Emirates greater flexibility, while settled almost Qatar and Oman indication in early trading.
In Cairo, Fatah main index of the Stock Exchange on the rise slight, but he quickly turned to fall, and lost 0.7 percent to 6475.6 points, extending losses, which amounted to about four percent, Sunday.

London
Copper falls to lowest level in 6 years

Fell copper in London Metal Exchange to their lowest level in six years, on Monday, with markets return to trading after the attacks that took place in Paris, which led to renewed risk aversion and a stronger dollar, which put pressure on the recovery of the global economy.
The rise of the dollar to increase the cost of Shipping metals, in particular, to holders of other currencies, while the case of general risk aversion led to a contraction in trading volume. However, the list in the hopes that the economic recovery is gaining momentum in China next year.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said earlier this week that his country is able to maintain a growth rate between middle- and high and he expects China's economic growth by about seven percent this year.

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