Global markets pay to see what will happen this Super Wednesday
You global markets open the first trading session of February this Wednesday (1st), with attention focused on the decision on raising interest rates in the United States by Federal Reserve. The event is known for super wednesday, as other central banks also meet.
Stock index futures on Wall Street start the month in reverse, after experiencing a strong rally in January. THE S&P 500 had its best result since 2019, while the nasdaq hit its record in 22 years in the month.
This morning, the S&P 500 it’s the Dow Jones fell 0.37% and 0.41%, respectively, before the market opened. already the nasdaqthe US technology exchange, fell 0.27% at the same time.
The Ibovespa in dollars (EWZ) had not yet opened trading on the pre-market in New York, which leaves few clues about the opening of the B3 at 10 am (Brasília time).
Global markets open the month
At stock exchanges located in Asia closed, in turn, with a greater tone of optimism before the decision of the US central bank this Wednesday.
Highlights in the region were Hong Kong (+1.05%), Japan (+0.07%) and Shanghai (+0.90%).
THE iron orean important thermometer for the OK (VOUCH3), fell slightly by 0.29% on the Dalian Commodity Exchange in Chinaat 870.50 yuan per metric ton.
You ADRs da Vale (VALLEY), in turn, yielded 0.43% to US$ 18.60 before the opening of the market in New York.
already the Brent oilan international reference used by the Petrobras (PETR4), fell 0.22% with each barrel worth $85.30, reflecting risk of a global recession.
In the wake of the oil fluctuation, Petrobras’ ADRs (PBR) were down a slight 0.34% to $11.56 premarket in New York.
In Europe, the stock markets operated close to stability while also awaiting the new interest rate level in the US.
THE Stoxx 600index that brings together the most traded European shares, rose 0.26% to 454.37 points.
Highlights on the continent were UK (+0.10%), Germany (+0.07%) and France (+0.09%).
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