British businesses will have to prepare for extra processes once the country has left the European Union's customs union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Thursday.
The U.S. dollar remains in demand Thursday, after the Federal Reserve did nothing to signal any near-term easing of policy despite issuing a statement that was seen as slightly less confident about the economic outlook.
U.S. stock markets are set to open lower, following on from losses in Asia and Europe with investor sentiment remaining weak as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread beyond China, prompting more countermeasures from governments and companies that are likely to weigh on the economy in the near term.
EOS rose above the $3.9609 threshold on Thursday. EOS was trading at 3.9609 by 01:37 (01:37 GMT) on the Investing.com Index, up 1.97% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage gain since January 25.
DuPont (NYSE:DD) fell by 4.30% to trade at $55.21 by 14:30 (14:30 GMT) on Thursday on the NYSE exchange, down 4.30% on the day.