|Day Low/High||1.17 / 1.26|
|52 Wk Low/High||0.69 / 1.95|
Global oil prices plunged Friday, taking U.S. crude to a three week low, as investors reacted to a worrying slump in China exports, alongside slowing growth in Europe, that have raised serious questions over the health of the global economy.
Premier Oil shares surged the most in nearly 18 months Wednesday after revealing a major crude discovery that could add significantly to its proven reserves.
European stocks are mixed on Monday, with France's benchmark index recovering following an initial slide after Europe's worst terrorist attacks in more than a decade. Travel stocks fell.
European stocks rise Wednesday amid promising signs of German-led growth and after markets had time to digest disappointing manufacturing data out of China.
European stocks rose on Thursday as the Greek government prepared detailed proposals to secure a third bailout. Stocks were also buoyed by a recovery in China.
European stocks fell on Tuesday amid investor jitters before the next round of debt talks between Greece and its creditors and as falling oil prices pulled energy stocks lower.
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