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Global markets eyeing windsock this Wednesday (25)

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Global markets dawn on Wednesday in search of a driver to guide the day, but investors seem to have no crack (Image: Adobe Stock)

You global markets dawned this Wednesday (25) in search of a director to guide the day. However, the investors they don’t seem to have a windsock at their disposal.

The signals coming from abroad are not clear and the local news is not helping either. As a result, the movement of risky assets may be compromised, causing an intense swing.

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Faced with the weak economic agenda, it is the corporate scenario that should steal the spotlight. In New York, the earnings season continues in full swing. While here the harvest of balance sheets does not start, the soap opera Americans gains new chapters and is far from the end.

In addition, investors continue to monitor new government statements Lula, in the midst of caution with the political-fiscal scenario. Yesterday, however, the Ibovespa recovered from the decline of the previous day and closed high.

Check out the performance of global markets around 7am:

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USA: Dow Jones futures fell 0.46%; the S&P 500 was down 0.60%; while the Nasdaq lost 0.89%;

NY: the Ibovespa in dollars (EWZ) was up 0.03% in the pre-market; in ADRs, Vale had a slight decrease of 0.05%, while Petrobras fell 1.36%;

Europe: the pan-European Stoxx 600 index was down 0.35%; the Frankfurt Stock Exchange lost 0.28%; that of Paris retreated 0.27%, while that of London fluctuated at a high of 0.03%;

Exchange: the DXY index had a slight rise of 0.04%, at 101.96 points; the euro was down 0.08% to US$1.0879; the pound was down 0.17% at $1.2308; the dollar was down 0.26% against the yen, at 129.83 yen;

Treasuries: yield on the ten-year T-note was at 3.438%, up from 3.460% in the previous session; the 2-year T-bill yield was at 4.149%, from 4.152% in the same comparison;

Commodities: gold futures were down 0.32% to settle at $1,929.30 an ounce on the Comex; WTI Crude futures traded -0.06% at $80.09 a barrel; Brent crude was +0.11% at $86.15 a barrel.

Source: Moneytimes

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