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US stocks, financial and commodity markets were closed on Thursday for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. Markets reopening for a shortened trading session on Friday.

The major US indexes were virtually unchanged at the close of a quiet trading day on Wednesday with gains in healthcare and consumer stocks after data showed US modest economic growth. Trading volume was low as many market participants were away in the last session before the US Thanksgiving holiday. Markets will be closed Thursday and most of Friday afternoon.
Tokyo stocks closed at a fresh three-month high Thursday, in line with a broad rally across Asia following upbeat US data while a weaker yen provided support to Japanese exporters. The latest batch of economic reports out of Washington - on jobless claims, new-home sales and durable goods orders - reinforced expectations the Federal Reserve will lift interest rates at its December policy meeting. "US economic data was in line with expectations and provides some comfort," Mitsushige Akino, executive officer at Ichiyoshi Asset Management, told Bloomberg News.
Britain's top share index gained ground on Thursday, with a rally in basic resources stocks on the back of stronger metals prices supporting the broader market. The UK mining index rose 1.4 percent, the top sectoral gainer, after nickel prices rose sharply on supply concerns. Prices of other industrial metals such as copper and aluminium also strengthened.
European shares hit fresh three-month highs on Thursday, rising in thin trade as expectations grew for aggressive European Central Bank action next week. A solid quarterly report from chipmaker Infineon and a rebound in metal prices also provided support. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index was up 0.9 percent at 1,515.25 points, hitting its highest level since August.
Indian shares rose on Thursday, snapping a two-session losing streak, helped by auto and energy stocks while hopes parliament would consider a key reform on a goods and services tax also boosted sentiment. The broader NSE index ended 0.67 percent higher, while the benchmark BSE index gained 0.71 percent, marking their highest close since November 9.
Most Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Thursday as investors cut risk holdings ahead of a public holiday in the United States, with late selling in telecoms shares sending the Thai benchmark to a near two-month closing low. Thailand's key SET index declined 1.1 percent to its lowest close since October 5. Shares of mobile phone firm Advanced Info Service dropped 3.2 percent and True Corporation shed 1.8 percent, among actively traded.
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Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,813.39 0.01
Arrow Nasdaq 5,116.15 0.26
Arrow S&P 2,088.87 0.01
Arrow FTSE 6,393.13 0.88
Arrow DAX 11,320.77 1.35
Arrow CAC-40 4,946.02 1.08
Arrow Nikkei 19,944.41 0.49
Arrow H.Seng 22,488.94 0.04
Arrow Sensex 25,958.63 0.71

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