European stock exchanges seek rebound with uneven luck after the punishment of the previous session. The good macroeconomic data that come from Asia are the only argument to the rebound, although the data of the infection remain a matter of concern in several countries. The Ibex 35 is a debate between falls of 0.2% and increases of 0.5% to discuss your graphic between the recoil to 7.300 points and the return to the 7.400 integers.
The direction of the quotes take the inverse to what happened yesterday. Thus, Banco Sabadell becomes the value, the more thriving of the Spanish index, with rises of more than 2% of those who remain close to other values in the sector as Bankia. Also placed in the top of the table of revaluations values of the tourism sector.
At the other end, the red commandeers the values of profile defensive yesterday dodging the drops dominant. Are the cases of companies such as Iberdrola, Enagás and Red Eléctrica.
The good behavior of the squares of the asian session today will provide an opening above the 7.400 points to the selective Spanish, and with it the possibility of re-closing above its resistance of 7.451 points.
We have climbs of 0,53% for the Stock exchange of Japan or of 0.92 per cent for Australia, while the chinese gain between the 0.25% of the Hang Seng and 1,13% of that of Shanghai.
For its part, the future americans come with slight corrections after the climbs of yesterday and down from an average of 0,12% that do not prevent the nocturnal europeans that are coming up. Specifically, 0.20% for the German Dax and 0,98% for the Euro Stoxx.
From the macro point of view we have at 8 in the morning the trade balance of Germany (5.2 million) but the highlight of the session will be split between the meeting of the Euro group that will elect the new president (or president) in a secret ballot this evening, and the weekly data on requests for unemployment benefits in the united States at 14:30 (1.375.000 requests).
We will also have to 14:30 hours, a conference of the vice-president of the Bundesbank.