16 September 21- UK Inflation Surprise | Briscoes Result Global markets were mixed overnight, with the US market (S&P 500 index +0.8%) higher as investors concerns around the slowdown in economic activity start to ease, but markets appear to be moving in a sideways patch.  Positive sentiment saw US Treasury yields rise to 1.30%  helping lift bank stocks higher, with Citigroup up 2.4% and Morgan Stanley 1.1% higher. Gains were broad based across the market with all sectors in the green except for one – as utilities experienced a minor decline. Energy stocks were the standout performer as WTI crude oil rose from its recent slump after a US government report showed a bigger-than-expected decline in crude stockpiles signaled a rapidly tightening market. European Markets were down overnight (Stoxx 600 index, -0.7%) as UK inflation data soared to a nine-year high in August with CPI up +3.2% year on year, well ahead of expectations and above...