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Global markets try to boost appreciation this Thursday (8), betting on the US

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Global Markets Dose Risk Appetite As Numbers Are Showing US Job Market Numbers. (Image: REUTERS/Monica Almeida)

You global markets operate with slight optimism this Thursday (8), especially in Wall Streetwith investors awaiting weekly jobless claim data from the United States🇧🇷

The indicator brings a lot about how the situation of the largest economy in the world is and what the reaction of the Federal Reserve in relation to the cycle of high interest rates.

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New York stock index futures were up slightly this morning as the S&P 500 rising 0.15% and the nasdaq advancing 0.23%.

Economists consulted by the Dow Jones expect weekly US jobless claims to total 230k, up slightly from the last reading of 225k. The indicator will be released at 10:30 am (Brasilia time🇧🇷

Mixed global markets

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At Asiathe main emphasis was given to Hong Kongwhose main stock index (Hang Seng) soared 3.38% on news that the Chinese territory should ease its restrictive measures in relation to Covid-19🇧🇷

Hong Kong-listed casino stocks register the highest gains in the region.

Operator’s roles Wynn Macao took off 22.39% at US$ 9.51 each. The shares of the holding company MGM China soared 12.77% at $8.48 each.

O iron orean important thermometer for the OK 🇧🇷VOUCH3), closed down 0.13% on China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange, at 778 yuan a metric ton.

O Brent oilan international reference used by the Petrobras 🇧🇷PETR4), rose 0.74% with each barrel worth $77.74, pressured by uncertain future demand.

Driven by the appreciation of the commodity, the ADRs (receipts representing shares) of Petrobras (PBR) in New York gained 0.63% in the pre-market🇧🇷 Vale’s ADRs (VALLEY) jumped 1.05%, after a heavy fall the day before🇧🇷

Source: Moneytimes

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