Global Traders Still In Upbeat Mood After French Elections

(Kitco News) - There is still keener risk appetite in the world marketplace Tuesday, as world stock markets were mostly higher on follow-through strength from the gains scored Monday. Reports said the VIX index, which measures stock market volatility, dropped by 26% on Monday, which is the largest one-day drop in six years. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward higher openings when the New York day session begins.

Gold prices are lower on some follow-through selling pressure from Monday's losses.

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