Investors and stock traders continue to increase their buying pressures on technology and health stocks.
The news that a potentially successful COVID-19 vaccine was underway raised global investors’ optimism.
Funding rates to hover around current levels next week barring any significant flows.
Global markets and oil prices remain fairly stable after coronavirus panic caused Wall Street's worst one-day sell-off since the Black Monday crash of 1987.
It's a bloodbath: Oil price crash, Coronavirus spreads, stock markets crash, devaluation fears stoked, it's 2008 all over again.
Major stock indexes around the globe posted significant declines due to sell-off by investors as a result of angst over the spread of the coronavirus.
The effects of coronavirus are now being felt worldwide — from supply chains to price of crude oil and copper and global stock prices tumbling.
In Africa, the Nigerian All Share Index rose by 0.56% on Tuesday.