POINTS MARKETS - European equity markets disappear, results and Brexit roads - Boursorama

   

Markets catch their breath, stopped by results and Brexit

* The Stoxx 600 loses 0.16% and the CAC 40 yields 0.16% * Theresa can be expected in Brexit in Brussels * Bank of England must keep rates unchanged * Unexpected decline in German industrial production, the euro below $ 1,136 * Publicis falls after its turnover in Q4 by Laetitia Volga PARIS, February 7 (Reuters) - Large European equity markets are changing in red on Thursday, with the exception of London, caution is advised in the light of uncertainty around the Brexit issue taking over, while many results companies animate the meeting. In Paris, the CAC 40 FCHI index lost 0.16% to 5,070.73 points around 9:25 GMT. In Frankfurt, the Dax. GDAXI sells 0.48% and in London, but the FTSE .FTSE 0.11% grapple supported by Compass. The EuroStoxx 50 index of the euro zone .STOXX50E decreases with 0.25%, the FTSEurofirst 300 .FTEU3 is stable and Stoxx 600.STOXX yields 0.16%. In the Brexit case, Theresa May, the British Prime Minister this Thursday in Brussels to ask the European Union to help him change the Brexit agreement to provide the necessary support for the House of Commons and an orderly withdrawal from the United Kingdom of the block Community. President of the European Council Donald Tusk reiterated Wednesday that the EU would not renegotiate the agreement while expressing the hope that May would come "realistic suggestions" to break the stalemate at the Irish border. In this context, the Bank of England (BoE) must be at 12:00 GMT quarterly report on inflation and its monetary policy decision, but must keep its rates unchanged and maintain a prudent approach material. "The BoE will not even consider changing interest rates as long as Brexit terms will not be clear, "said Kathy Lien, head of the strategy is changing at BK Asset Management. BoE governor Mark Carney will repeat his fear of this risks of a Brexit concept and assure investors that they are ready to increase incentives in the event of a major disruption markets, "she added. Minister of Finance Steven Mnuchin confirmed Wednesday that he and other US officials would go to Beijing next week negotiations with a view to concluding an agreement between the two countries before the deadline of 2 March. Donald Trump's speech on the state of the Union, in which the president US has given little guidance on the outcome of trade negotiations, investors had been relatively disappointed in looking for a positive advertisement and concretely on this subject that undermines the markets for months. VALUES Largest sectoral decline in Europe, the Stoxx index of .SXMP media revenue 1.62%, weighted by Publicis PUBP.PA (-11.78%), which announced a net profit 0.3% like-for-like (+ 0.5% excluding PHS), while investors expected an average increase of 2.5% according to a consensus market. It brings with it its British competitor WPP WPP.L (-6.11%). The automotive sector .SXAP is also neglected (-1.61%) due to continuing concerns about Sino-US trade. Societe Generale, after opening, drops 0.53% achieved results in the fourth quarter in line with market expectations, while at the same time it is decided to reduce the targets in financial 2020. The steepest drop in Stoxx comes from TUI TUIGn.DE TUIT.L, with a 16% down on the London Stock Exchange, the largest European tour operator has revised the forecast for the fiscal year 2018-2019 downwards. On the increase, Pernod Ricard PERP.PA leads the SBF .SBF120 with a win 2.1% after increasing the annual target for operating profit and unveiled the main lines of his new strategic plan. & # 39; The world's number one caterer Compass CPG.L takes it 4.22%, the quarterly turnover was well received. IN ASIA The Tokyo Stock Exchange ended 0.6% due to concerns about the growth in corporate earnings despite quarterly earnings exceeds the expectations of SoftBank 9984.T which also announced a program buy back $ 5.5 billion. The share jumped 17.7%. Chinese markets have remained closed and will remain so until the end of the week for Lunar New Year. A WALL STREET The New York Stock Exchange ended moderately on Wednesday, marked by a series of business results that were greeted in different ways lingering uncertainties on the front of business strains between United States and China. The Dow Jones .DJI yielded 0.08%, the S & P-500.SPX lost 0.22% and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC decreased by 0.36%. Listed companies, General Motors GM.N took 1.60% as a result of the confirmation of the financial targets for this year. Electronic publisher of video games EA.O (-13.31%) and Take-Two (-13.76%), on the other hand, reported disappointing publications. Omnicom advertising groups OMC.N and Interpublic Group of Companies IPG.N lost 4.98% and 5.63% respectively after Publicis. EXCHANGE On the currency side, the dollar gains 0.16% against a basket of currencies the euro, which falls below 1,136. .DXY EUR = The European single currency has its decline in response to the unexpected fall in industrial production in Germany in December, what seems to confirm that the first European economy has finally been delayed quarter of 2018. Sterling GBP = is sold at the dollar (-0.2%) before announcements from the Bank of England. RATE The 10-year US10YT = RR yields more than one basis point, approximately 2.69%. The return on the 10-year German Bund is stable around 0.166%. DE10YT = RR OIL Oil prices fall as US oil stocks have increased and the level of production remains at record level. US light crude (West Texas Intermediate, WTI) CLc1 withdrew under 54 dollars per barrel and Brent LCOc1 drops $ 62.5. WITH AS Nickel CMNi3 price decreases after profit reached the highest level since August due to concerns about the offer from Brazil, while copper CMNu3 also falls, punished by the strength of the dollar, which is on its way to its fourth session. However, trade is moderate in the industrial metal market with the closure of Chinese markets. KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS ON THE AGENDA OF FEBRUARY 7: COUNTRIES GMT INDICATOR PERIOD CONSENSUS PREVIOUS FRA 07:45 Foreign trade December Balance of payments December Unemployment registration sem. until 02/02 +221,000 +253,000 MARKET SITUATION (Some data may show a slight shift) MARKETS EUROPEAN Indices Last Var. Points Var. % YTD Eurofirst 300 1437.85 +0.01 + 0.00% + 8.00% .FTEU3 Eurostoxx 50 3204.66 -8.09 -0.25% + 6.77% .STOXX50E CAC 40 FCHI 5070.60 -8.45 -0.17% + 7.19% Dax 30. GDAXI 11269.73 -54.99 -0.49% + 6.73% FTSE .FTSE 7181.30 + 8.21 + 0.11% + 6.74% SMI .SSMI 9146.21 + 3.21 + 0.04% + 8.50% Values ​​to be followed in Paris and Europe : WATCH / LFR SCHOLARSHIPS ASIAN Close Indices Var. Points Var. % YTD Nikkei-225 20751.28 -122.78 -0.59% + 3.68% .N225 Topix .TOPX 1569.03 -13.10 -0.83% + 5.02% Hong Kong. HSI market + 8.30% closed Taiwan. TWII market -7.27% closed Seoul .KS11 2203.42 -0.04 -0.00% + 7.96% Singapore .STI 3205.75 + 21.19 + 0.67% + 4.46% Shanghai .SSEC market + 4.99% closed Sydney .AXJO 6092.50 +66.40 + 1.10% + 7.90% Closing in Tokyo: .TFR WALL STREET The session previous: Indices Last Var. Points Var. % YTD Dow Jones .DJI 25390.30 -21.22 -0.08% + 8.84% S & P-500 .SPX 2731.61 -6.09 -0.22% + 8.97% Nasdaq .IXIC 7375.28 -26.80 -0.36% + 11.15% Nasdaq 100 .NDX 6997.62 -25.90 -0.37% + 10.55% Minutes of the session on Wall Street: .NFR "The Day Ahead" - Update on the next Wall Street session DAY / US EXCHANGE Course Veille Var.% YTD Euro / Dlr EUR = 1.1366 1.1360 -0.12% -1.07% Dlr / Yen JPY = 109.98 109.96 + 0.02% -0.25% Euro / yen 124.81 124.94 -0.10% -1.12% EURJPY = Dlr / CHF CHF = 1.0025 1.0023 + 0.02% + 2.15% Euro / CHF 1.1375 1.1388 -0.11% + 1.06% EURCHF = Stg / British GBP = 1.2904 1.2232 -0.22% + 1.15% Index $ .DXY 96.5430 96.3900 + 0.16% + 0.38% OR Course Veille Var.% YTD Golden spot XAU = 1305.09 1305.81 -0.06% + 1.74% RATE Last Var. Spread / Bund (Pts) Future Bund 165.56 +0.05 FGBLc1 Bund 10 years 0.16 -0.00 DE10YT = RR Bund 2 years -0.55 +0.01 DE2YT = RR OAT 10 years 0.58 + 0.01 +42.11 FR10YT RR = Treasury 10 years US10YT = RR 2.69 -0.01 Treasure chest 2 years US2YT = RR 2.52 -0.00 PETROLEUM (in dollars) Price Previous Var Var.% YTD Light rough US 53.89 54.01 -0.12 -0.22% + 17.64% CLC1 Brent LCOc1 62.46 62.69 -0.23 -0.37% + 15.35% (With Tom Finn in London, edited by)

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