MSCI index breaks 910 points for first time in 13 months

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MSCI index continued to rise through the past week’s trading sessions. The index rose during the last five sessions from 885.52 points to 910.08—an increase of 2.77%.

This increase to 910.08 points is the highest level registered by the MSCI index since 15 July 2015.

The MSCI index started the past week’s trading session approaching 895 points, taking advantage of the registered rise in the trading sessions of the first week of August.

The index continued to rise in the next day and broke 900 points, and then moved into the following session without registering any increase.

The MSCI index succeeded in the fourth day of the past week’s sessions to resume its rise, reaching 909 points, which helped the index break 910 points by the end of the week.

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