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    London
    Europe shares fall in the morning due to the mining and financial services
    European stocks fell in early trade on Friday, heading towards a record weekly loss is limited with tracking key indicators, following the downward trend of high - risk assets. The decline Stoxx 600 index of European stocks with a 0.3 percent drop one percent rate index for the basic resources sector, which is the form of greater pressure on the European market, while sub - indices dropped all sectors except two. The index lost Stokes 0.5 percent since the beginning of the week. The shares of banks tend to incur the biggest weekly loss in more than a month and the sector index fell 0.5 percent on Friday. Shares in the oil sector 0.3 percent, after crude prices jumped more than two percent, to the highest level in a month, in a quick response to air strikes by the United States launched an air base on Syria by order of US President Donald Trump. Investors are awaiting data on the manufacturing sector in the UK and functions of non - agricultural sectors in the United States later, on Friday. Shares of British Ookado company online grocery sales 6.5 percent to top the list of losers in Europe after UBS downgraded the stock to sell a recommendation from a recommendation to buy. At the same time it went up shares Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management 2.8 percent and 2.7 percent respectively for the Atsdra list of winners in Europe. The shares found support in the Randjold Resources rise of the price of gold to its highest level in five months as investors safe havens to the stock rises 2.1 percent.


    Moscow
    Novak: It is too early to talk about the extension of a cut in oil production agreement ,
    said Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak, on Friday, it is too early to say whether the global agreement to cut oil production will be extended to the second half of the year. Novak said during a meeting of the Ministry, he discussed with local oil producers and the government, a possible extension of the agreement under which Russia pledged to cut production of 300 thousand barrels per day. The minister said that the possibility of extending the agreement will increase clearer by the end of April or beginning of May.


    Berlin
    Oil jumps after US missile strikes in Syria ,
    oil prices rallied in the futures of more than two percent to its highest level in a month, on Friday, after the United States fired dozens of cruise missiles at an air base in Syria, but the stock pared gains later under the absence of any immediate impact on supplies apparently. The US president , Donald Trump, he ordered missile strikes on Syria air base, which launched a deadly attack with chemical weapons earlier this week , stressing that, working in the "interest of national security , " the US in the face of Syrian President Bashar al - Assad. After weak trading before the attack, the global London Brent crude jumped in futures to $ 56.08 a barrel as traders described as a quick reaction, before trimming gains to $ 55.62 a barrel by 0704 GMT , to remain up 1.3 percent from the level of closure Alsabak.oassad WTI US futures broker, more than two percent , also to $ 52.94 a barrel, before paring gains to record US $ 52.46 a barrel , up 1.45 percent from the previous settlement, reached the highest levels ever since Van early March. Although Syria 's production of oil is limited, but its location in the Middle East and alliances with leading producers of crude, has raised concerns about the widening cycle of conflict that may disrupt crude shipments. Strikes also affected, on global markets, where gold jumped safe , such as investment tools , while stock markets fell and the US dollar.


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