Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Dollar, oil surge as 2017 trading starts in earnest  es  nl

By Marc Jones. LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar notched up its biggest gain in three weeks, oil jumped to a 18-month high and a record FTSE lifted European stocks to a one-year peak on Tuesday, building on upbeat Chinese data to ensure a strong start to 2017 for global markets.

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