POINTS MARKETS - Caution in view in Europe, concerns about economy and trade - Boursorama

    (Updated with futures, details and comments)
* European exchanges expected without much change
* Investors are worried about the global economy
* No progress in sight on the front of the trade

by Patrick Vignal
PARIS, 8 February (Reuters) - The most important European fairs are
expected hesitant Friday on the opening day of a sharp decline in a
market climate is still under pressure due to concerns for the global economy and
the lack of progress in trade negotiations between the United States and
China.
Based on the benchmark futures, the CAC 40
Parisian .FCHI would take about 0.3% early in the session, the Dax in Frankfurt
.GDAXI would drop by 0.1% and the FTSE in London would start with .FTSE
balance.
European trade fairs experienced a session that looks like Thursday
cold shower after the downward review of the economic forecasts of the
European Commission and the Bank of England.
The Australian central bank has followed a general trend by calling
Friday a brutal turnaround of the real estate market to reduce his predictions
growth and inflation, announcements that have accelerated the dollar
Australian AUD = D3 to a low of five weeks.
Donald Trump did nothing to cleanse the air when he declared
On Thursday, he did not intend to meet his Chinese colleague Xi Jinping
by 1 March, the deadline set by the United States and China for
to conclude a commercial agreement.
"If only we had to remember one news from the last days, it would be
probably this one, "says analyst Michael Hewson (CMC Markets).
"Since the Federal Reserve started to be down
growth expectations for the US economy, the air of the economy
world, to quote the aphorism of Christine Lagarde to the IMF, has not stopped
darken more, "he adds.

VALUES TO BE FOLLOWED:
In particular, investors will respond to the results of L & # 39; Oreal on Friday
OREP.PA, Thursday after the closure and that of Hermès HRMS.PA published,
announced for the opening.

At WALL STREET
The NYSE ended Thursday in the red, fears the
US and China do not succeed in reaching trade deal earlier
the end of the month is added to the concerns regarding the delay
global growth.
The Dow Jones Index .DJI lost 0.87%, the S & P-500 .SPX 0.94% and the
Nasdaq Composite .IXIC 1.18%.

IN ASIA
Tokyo Stock Exchange .N225 lost more than 2% on Friday, further punished
by publications of badly received companies.
Expenditure of Japanese households rose slightly in December
last compared with the same period in 2017, after a decrease of three months
sequentially, show the government statistics released Friday that
had little effect on the stock market trend.
The MSCI index of Asian Pacific equities (excluding Japan)
.MIAPJ0000PUS withdraws 0.7%, away from a peak of four months
formerly.
The markets in the mainland will open again on Monday after they are closed
already this week because of the new lunar year.

RATE
The renewed risk aversion promotes sovereign bonds
also take advantage of the accommodating signals sent by the major banks
plants. US Treasuries at 10 years US10YT = RR still loses a bit
of land to be ironed below 2.65%.
In Europe, the proceeds of the German Bund at 10 years DE10YT = RR, rate of
Reference in the euro zone is slightly different in the first
trade, falling below 0.11%, to a low point since November 2016.

EXCHANGE
The dollar is evolving slightly against the basket of reference currencies
.DXY and the euro seems to be stabilizing around $ 1.33335. EUR =
The single currency, which is being punished by the sluggish economic climate in the euro zone, accuses
a decrease of 1% compared to the greenback since the beginning of the week.

OIL
Oil prices are trending down on fears for the
global demand against the background of a slowdown in the world economy. both
reference contracts for crude oil lose about 0.8% to $ 52.24
sums up the Texas CLc1 crude oil and $ 61.22 for the Brent LCOc1.

KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS ON THE AGENDA OF 8 FEBRUARY:
COUNTRIES GMT INDICATOR PERIOD CONSENSUS PREVIOUS
FR 07h45 Industrial production December + 0.6% -1.3%
FR 07.45 Wage labor (1st estimate) T4 n.d. + 0.1%
US 15h00 Stocks wholesalers December + 0.4% n.e.
Sale of wholesalers n.e. -0.6%

MARKET SITUATION
(Some data may show a slight shift)

SCHOLARSHIPS
ASIATIQU
ES
Indices Last Var. Var. % YTD
r points
Nikkei-2 20333, -418.1 -2.01% + 1.59%
25 17 1
.N225
Topix 1539.4 -29.63 -1.89% + 3.03%
.TOPX 0
Hong 27966, -23.57 -0.08% + 8.21%
Kong 64
.HSI
Taiwan
closed
Seoul 2177.0 -26.37 -1.20% + 6.66%
.KS11 5
Singapou 3196.4 -4.18 -0.13% + 4.16%
r .STI 6
Shanghai
closed
Sydney 6071.5 -21.00 -0.34% + 7.53%
.AXJO 0
The fence
Tokyo: .TFR

WALL
STREET
The fence
previous:
Indices Last Var. Var. % YTD
r points
Dow 25169, -220.7-0.87% + 7.90%
Jones 53 7
.DJI
S & P-500 2706.0 -25.56 -0.94% + 7.95%
.SPX 5
Nasdaq 7288.3 -86.93 -1.18% + 9.84%
.IXIC 5
Nasdaq 6904.9 -92.64 -1.32% + 9.08%
100 8
NDX

Detail of the session
Wall Street: .NFR
"The Day Ahead" - Update about
the next session in Wall
Street DAY / US

MARKETS
EUROPEAN
S
The future at CAC 40
0 # FCE: and on the EuroStoxx50
0 # STXE:

Values ​​that must be followed
Paris and Europe:
WATCH / LFR
The session
previous:
Close Indices Var. Var. % YTD
e points
Eurofirs 1417.5 -20.33 -1.41% + 6.47%
t 300 1
.FTEU3
Eurostox 3150.7 -61.99 -1.93% + 4.98%
x 50 6                               
 <.STOXX5                                  
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 CAC 40 4985.5 -93.49 -1.84% + 5.39%
.FCHI 6
Dax 30 11022, -302.7 -2.67% + 4.39%
.GDAXI 02 0
FTSE 7093.5 -79.51 -1.11% + 5.43%
.FTSE 8
SMI 9035.9 -107.1 -1.17% + 7.20%
.SSMI 0 0

EXCHANGE
Course View Var. % YTD
Euro / Dlr 1.1337 1.1340 -0.03% -1.15%
EUR =
Dlr / Yen 109.77 109.80 -0.03% -0.44%
JPY =
Euro / yen 124.46 124.52 -0.05% -1.39%        
                                          
 DRL / CHF 1.0015 1.0021 -0.06% + 2.05%
CHF =
Euro / CHF 1.1354 1.1364 -0.09% + 0.89%        
                                          
 Stg / Dlr 1.2447 1.2953 -0.05% + 1.49%
GBP =
Index $ 96,587 96,507 + 0.08% + 0.43%
.DXY 0 0

RATE
Dernie Var. Spread / Bund
r (points)

Bund 10 years old 0.1100 -0.003
DE10YT = RR 0
Bund 2 -0.585 -0.004
year 0 0               
                                         
 OAT 10 0.5489 +0.000 +43.89
year 0               
                                        
 Treasury 10 years 2.6536 +0.000
US10YT = RR 0
Treasure chest 2 years 2,4793 +0,000
US2YT = RR 0


PETROLEUM
(busy Previous Var Var% YTD
dollars) ent
Gross 52.28 52.64 -0.36 -0.68% +14.12
light US%
CLC1
Brent 61.26 61.63 -0.37 -0.60% +13.13
LCOc1%














(Edited by Blandine Hénault)
 
 

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