Positive trend in Europe and contracts;  Banco BPM jumps more than 12% in Milan

Trading Review: Ongoing Reports, Trends, Indices, Stocks, Bonds, Forex and Commodities and Analyst Recommendations

15:10

Trading in Europe continues to rise by 0.9% -1.2% on most major indices, and Wall Street futures also show slight gains.

The yield on 10-year US government bonds rises by 2 basis points to 2.68%.

In the commodity market, crude oil prices climb 0.3% -0.5%, with Brent crude oil once again rising above $ 100 a barrel. Gold is trading steadily around $ 1,934.

13:45

Trading in Europe continues to rise by 0.9% -1.2% on most major indices, and Wall Street futures also show slight gains.

Bank BPM The Italian stands out with a sharp rise of more than 12%, after it was reported in Reuters that a bank Credit Agricole The Frenchman fell to the sole sole investor after acquiring 9.2% of his shares.

In the commodity market, crude oil prices climb 0.3% -0.5%, with Brent crude oil once again rising above $ 100 a barrel. Gold is trading steadily around $ 1,934. The crypto market is also stable, with Bitcoin trading at $ 43.6 thousand and the ether around $ 3,280.

12:00

The major European indices are trading higher, with the German Dax and French CAC rising 1.2% and the British Potsy adding 1%. Euro Stokes 50 is up 1.3%, and Amsterdam, Madrid, Milan, Vienna and Lisbon are also seeing nice gains.

The futures contracts signal that there will be a green opening on Wall Street as well, with contracts on the leading indices rising by 0.4% -0.5%. In the early trading arena, Spotify stands out, climbing 3% and Facebook, which is up 7.5%. In the bond market, the increase in yields on long-term bonds continues, with the yield on the 10-year bond already standing at 2.68%.

In Shanghai, trading closed up 0.5%, in Shenzhen it fell 0.1% and in Hong Kong, after a volatile day that began to decline, the Heng Seng index climbed 0.3%.

10:25

Trading on the European stock exchanges opened in a positive trend, with the leading indices climbing more than 1%. The Eurostocks 50 is up 1.5%, as are the Dax and Kak indices.

In Frankfurt stands out favorably Deutsche Bank Which climbs 3.6% at the top of the Dax index, as well as Infinion, Heidelberg Cement, Deutsche Bourse, Persenius, Volkswagen , Siemens and BMW are of interest. In France the two banks Society General andCredit Agricole Weakened slightly as energy companies, retailers and automakers climb.

In Hong Kong the index almost completely reduced the decline and shed 0.1%. Shiomi and Alibaba are trading in declines while CNOOC, China Overseas, Lenovo and Bank of China are rising.

Futures contracts on Wall Street are also turning green, with increases of about 0.2% -0.4% in the three major indices. In the bond market, the 10-year bond yield rises by a point to 2.66% and the two-year bond yield climbs by 5 points to 2.51%.

09:20

The Japanese Nikkei closed up 0.3%, while in the background the Chinese Shanghai index also rose and the Hang Seng index reduced the decline to 0.3%.

Toyota ended the day with a decline of about 3.7%, and Mitsubishi, Nissan, Suzuki, Mazda and Isuzu also lost altitude. Other notable declines were recorded from Aruvani, Rakoten and Mitsubishi Financial Bank. On the other hand, Nikon jumped by about 7.7%.

At the same time, futures on Wall Street moved up slightly by about 0.1%.

07:45

Trading on the Asian stock markets is taking place this morning in a mixed trend. The Nikkei index in Tokyo and the Shanghai index are trading without real change, while the Hang Seng index is down 0.6% and the Shenzhen index is down 0.4%. The China 50 index is up 0.2% and there are also increases in India.

Toyota shares are down 4% in Tokyo’s highest trading volume, Mitsubishi Motors is down 2.5% and Nissan is down 0.9%. Nikon jumps about 7%. In Hong Kong, Shiomi shares are down 2.4% and Alibaba is down 2.8%. Lenovo climbs 2.9%.

Stability in the futures arena on Wall Street. The 10-year bond yield rises slightly to 2.65%, the two-year bond yield rises by 4 points to 2.50%. Jones climbed 0.2% and the S & P500 rose 0.4%.

In the commodity market, there are slight decreases of about 0.5% in crude oil prices. Brent is trading around $ 99.9 a barrel and US oil (WTI) at $ 95.6 a barrel. The price of gold weakened 0.2%, to $ 1,928 an ounce, while Bitcoin traded steadily around $ 43.5 thousand.

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