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EUROPE SUPPORTED BY RETURN BETTING, LONDON GATHERING
European stocks open higher with the economy
sensitive sectors are leading in the hope of recovery, while
London is performing better after a long weekend.
Investors are betting on a strong global economic recovery, helped by
massive incentives and ongoing vaccination programs in developed
Major oil companies BP and Royal Dutch Shell
provide the largest growth for the FTSE.
Pan-European index started the day with a slight increase
and there was the last apartment, with miners and oil and gas
the indices rose 0.6% and 0.8%, respectively.
The travel and leisure sector has grown among the top performers.
as it benefits from the pending UK announcement of
green list of countries to which you can go on vacation.
RIDING THE RECOVERY HIGHWAY (0658 GMT)
The history of the U.S. economic recovery is firmly rooted in
market thinking, Monday turned out to be softer than expected, the United States.
production report led to declines and falls in Treasury yields
dollar from multi-week highs. On the other hand, there were
optimistic earnings, news of newly opened cities and a calm federal
Reserve, all of which maintain a relatively positive tone.
Moreover, data from the Supply Institute
Management (ISM) showed that rising costs and pressure on production capacity
undermined production, not reduced demand. South Korean
export data and retail sales data for Germany as a whole
confirmed this trend.
Until US service data and monthly salary data are offered
further forecasts later this week, markets
in used models; the dollar strengthened slightly, and US stocks
futures are marking time.
Meanwhile, a busy week has begun in Australia for the central
banks. It kept interest rates unchanged but raised the economic
forecasts. Norway, UK, Turkey and Brazil will also announce
monetary policy decisions this week, and many expect
The Bank of England will announce a reduction in quantitative easing on bond purchases.
Among corporate news – Mediaset in Italy, the second largest
investor, Vivendi ended years of litigation by agreeing to
the French group has cut its stake in the Italian broadcaster.
Travel promotions such as TUI, Carnival and
EasyJet enters the pre-market on news that the EU will make travel easier
curbs for vaccinated vacationers.
But don’t forget about the virus. The number of cases of infection in India
exceeded 20 million, which became the second country after the United States.
States to pass this milestone. And a sudden dash in Taiwanese
the number of infections led to a 3% drop in stocks.
Key events that should give the markets more direction
-Corporate News: Verizon Drops Media Business
including the $ 5 billion iconic brands Yahoo and AOL; German
grocery kit delivery company HelloFresh has raised an active customer
base by 74% in the first quarter; Norwegian Telenor wrote off the cost
his operation in Myanmar.
– April UK PMI totals
– Speech by the Governor of the Bank of France, Villeroi
– US and Canada trade data for March
-Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan will speak. He called
stir on Friday by calling for a tapering conversation.
– Caixin China PMI Final
-US durable goods / factory orders
-Profit in the USA: Thomson Reuters, Pfizer, ConocoPhilips,
Western Union, Herbalife, Prudential
EUROPEAN BURS SEEKING SIGNALS OF RECOVERY (05:38 GMT)
European exchanges are open, mirroring has changed little
Asian Stocks As Investors Look For Signs Of Recovery As Important
economies around the world are reopening.
The slightly positive tone in Asia was broadly in line with
it’s on Wall Street overnight, where there were upbeat earnings, news about
the opening up of cities and the peaceful Federal Reserve helped compensate
disappointing production activity report.
In corporate news, the Italian company Mediaset and its
the second largest investor, Vivendi, on Monday completed years of legal
sparring with an agreement according to which the French group will
sharply reduced its share in the Italian television company.