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Posted February 08, Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq hit fresh record highs early into the overnight trading session, but the milestone was short-lived, with oil prices curbing the markets' advance. Sluggish demand for oil and signs of a revival in US shale production drove crude prices down, weighing on energy stocks and flattening out the broader markets. A report for the US Commerce Department revealed the trade deficit narrowed by more than expected in December, as exports rose to their highest level in one-and-a-half years.
IG's chief market strategist Chris Weston wrote in an economic note that the last few trading sessions could be seen as a source of comfort for traders with an eye on the longer-term. Bank of England policymaker Kristin Forbes suggested interest rates may need to rise "soon" to keep a lid on inflation, if the UK economy continued to perform well. Ms Forbes will deliver a speech in northern England on Wednesday to say that, "in my view, if the economy remains solid and the pick-up in the nominal data continues, this could soon suggest an increase in Bank Rate".
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