Days off in USA did not add enthusiasm to the markets



Yesterday finally trading in the actions in USA were opened after two compelled days off. The American investors began with purchases; however a positive dynamic was reduced after. Following results of the session on Wednesday the index of Dow Jones decreased for 0,08 %, S&P rose by 0,02 %, Nasdaq – for 0,06 %. Moods of investors could worsen with adverse statistics which has been presented yesterday.
The European markets bargained yesterday in different directions, but before closing amicably went to “a red zone”. The index of London stock exchange FTSE 100 fell by 1,15 %, index of the Parisian stock exchange CAC 40 fell by 0,87 % and DAX fell by 0,22 %. Influence on moods of investors was rendered by statistical data on inflation and unemployment in Euro zone. The main attention of investors at the moment is chained nevertheless to the Greek and Spanish questions.
Oil futures this morning bargain in different directions, Brent decreases to 107.38 dollars for barrel, Light grows to 86.81 dollars for barrel.
On the average analysts expects that the volume of stocks of oil in USA increased by 1,5-1,75 million barrels. According to the Reuters agency message, in October oil production by the OPEC countries slightly grew. Proceeding falling of production in Iran and interruption of deliveries from Nigeria were completely compensated with the growth of production in such countries as Iraq, Angola and Libya.
Gold with delivery in December on COMEX went up in price for 0,4 % to level of $1719,10 for troy ounce. At currency trading – dollar weakened against euro and the British pound, but got stronger against yen.
Today in USA will be presented a lot of macroeconomic data, which may affect trading on global exchanges. Will be known forecast of ADP on employment, will be published statistics on the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits. Important will be data on construction spending and auto sales.
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