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ACCURATE MARKET – Lower Hope for Trading (updated)



    (Updated with European index futures, closing markets)
Opening Chinese Bond Market in Europe)
* European indexes are expected by about 0.3%
* Trump could announce new delay in self-taxation
European
* Wall Street ended a bit down, growing in Asia

by Mark Angrand
PARIS, November 12 (Reuters) - The main European stock markets are
expected in green at Tuesday 's opening pending speech from
Donald Trump who can provide investors with details of
the evolution of trade talks with China and the risk of
taxation of European cars imported into the United States.
The futures index suggests an increase of 0.28% for the ACC
40.FCHI in Paris, 0.32% for Dax. GDAXI in Frankfurt, 0.31% for
FTSE 100. FTSE in London and 0.22% for Stoxx 600 .STOXX.
There was a lack of anticipation in the last days about the viewing potential
Washington and Beijing will soon sign a trade deal, investors
are now awaiting the speech President Donald Trump must deliver
talk at the end of the day at the New York Economic Club.
On Saturday, the US president was surprised by what he said
information that he was prepared to remove certain rights to
the customs applied to China were incorrect.
In addition, according to several European diplomats, Donald Trump should
announced this week that it is delaying, perhaps six months, its decision
to tax cars imported from the European Union. From his
on the other hand, the New York Times is provoking discussions between the White House and
European carmakers to increase their investment
and their workforce in the United States.
Awaiting clarification, Europe's morning will be animated among others
from the UK monthly employment and wage figures,
the day after the announcement of growth below expectations in the third
quarter, then according to the ZEW index of sentimental investor relations in Germany.

Values ​​to the following:

Wall street
On Monday in New York, the Standard & Poor's & # 39; s 500 .SPX and Nasdaq Composite
.IXIC fell 0.2% and 0.13% respectively, while the Dow Jones .DJI
(+ 0.04%) just finished in green thanks to support from Boeing BA.N
(+ 4.55%), which plans to resume flights on its 737 MAX in January.

Walgreens Boots Alliance WBA.O has shown a gain of 5.08%, the highest
the sharp rise of the Dow onesons in response to Bloomberg's information according to
at which the group of pharmacies and "pharmacies" was approaching from the NAC
KKR.N (+ 0.3%) for debt redemption (LBO) which would be the most
it has never been launched.

IN ASIA
On the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei .N225 index ended up 0.81%,
supported by the yen's fall against the dollar, which favored the values
for export.
In China, the SSE Composite .SSEC index ended the day
an increase of 0.17% after touching the low of the session
September 2, the day after the announcement of credit growth
bank lower than expected.
In Hong Kong, Yang Seng gained 0.42%, erasing some of its losses from
Monday after further escalation in demonstration tensions in
the city.

RATE
European government bond yields continue
growth in first trade, -0.241% for the German Bund for ten years
DE10YT = RR and 0.055% for the French equivalent.
The US bond market closed Monday for Veterans Day.

EXCHANGE
The dollar has stabilized against a basket of reference currencies. DXY after
fell on Monday in response to renewed uncertainty over trade
US-China.
The euro traded around 1.1030 euros = dollar and remains above
the bottom of the nearly one-month hit on Friday in 1.1015.
The pound sterling holds the green GBP = as currency
European single EURGBP = Monday's win following Brexit decision
"The British party should not oppose the Conservative deputies on their departure
A December election that should benefit Boris Johnson.

OIL
The oil market is hesitant about the lack of clear indications of evolution
talks between the United States and China: everything down
early in the day in Asia, the trend then changed.
Brent achieves 0.34% at $ 62.39 a barrel LCOc1 and light crude
American (West Texas Intermediate, WTI) takes 0.25% to $ 57.00 CLc1.


MAIN ECONOMIC INDICATORS OF THE NOVEMBER 12 AGENDA:
ACCORDING TO A CONSIDERABLE CHALLENGE ACHIEVEMENT NATURE ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT PERIOD A CHALLENGE ACHIEVEMENT PERIOD
MK 09.30 Job seekers October +21.300 +21.100
Unemployment rate 3.9% 3.9%
Weekly salary. average (+ 3.8% + 3.8%
year)
FROM 10:00 AM TEMPLE sentiment November -13.0 -22.8
economic

MARKET CONDITION:
(Some data may show little change)

SCHOLARSHIPS
Asian
Indexes Last lime. Var. % YTD
points
Nikkei-225 23520.01 +188.17 + 0.81% + 17.51%
.N225
Topix 1709.67 + 5.64 + 0.33% + 14.43%
.TOPX
Hong Kong 27048.03 +121.48 + 0.45% + 4.65%
.HSI
Taiwan 11520.37 +93.09 + 0.81% + 7.56%
.TWII
Seoul 2140.92 +16.83 + 0.79% + 4.89%
.KS11
Singapore 3258.63 +17.98 + 0.55% + 6.19%
.STI
Shanghai 2914.82 + 4.85 + 0.17% + 16,88%
.SSEC
Sydney 6753.00 -19.50 -0.29% + 19.60%
.XJO
The fence in Tokyo:
.TFR

WALL
STREET
Previous closure
:
Indexes Last lime. Var. % YTD
points
Dow Jones 27691.49 + 10.25 + 0.04% + 18.71%
.DJI
C&P-500 3087.01 -6.07 -0.20% + 23.14%
.SPx
Nasdaq 8464.28 -11.03 -0.13% + 27.56%
.IXIC
Nasdaq 100 8241.91 -13.97 -0.17% + 30.20%
NDX

Meeting details id
Street: .NFR
"Day before" - Update the following
sitting on Wall Street DEN / USA

MARKETS
EUROPEAN
The future of CAC 40 0 ​​# FCE: and on
on EuroStoxx50 0 # STXE:

Values ​​to follow in Paris and
in Europe: WATCH / LFR
Previous session
:
Indexes Closing Var. Var. % YTD
points
Eurofest 1588.23 -0.68 -0.04% + 19.29%
300
.FTEU3
Eurostoxx 3696.82 -2.83 -0.08% + 23.17%
50
.STOXX50E
CAC 40 5893.82 + 4.12 + 0.07% + 24.59%
.FCHI
Dax 30 13198.37 -30.19 -0.23% + 25.00%
.GDAXI
FTSE 7328.54 -30.84 -0.42% + 8.92%
.FTSE
SMI .SSMI 10305.27 -3.96 -0.04% + 22.26%

EXCHANGE
Of course Var watch. % YTD
Euro / USD 1,1031 1.1032 -0.01% -3.82%
EUR =
Dollar / Yen 109.26 109.04 + 0.20% -0.91%
JPY =
Euro / Yen 120.52 120.30 + 0.18% -4.52%
EURJPY =
Dlr / CHF 0.9944 0.9932 + 0.12% + 1.32%
CHF =
Euro / CHF 1.0969 1.0958 + 0.10% -2.54%
EURCHF =
Stg / Dlr 1.2851 1.2851 + 0.00% + 0.74%
GBP =
Index 98.2420 $ 98.2000 + 0.04% + 2.15%
.DXY

RATE
The last lime. Spread / Bund
(Points)

Bond 10 years -0.2400 +0.0080
DE10YT = RR
Bond 2 years -0.6150 +0.0020
DE2YT = RR
OAT 10 years 0.055 +0.0080 +29.60
FR10YT RR =
Treasury Department 10 years old 1.9451 +0.0120
US10YT = RR
Ministry of Finance 2 years 1.6867 +0.0210
US2YT = RR


LEARNED
(in progress Previous lime% YTD
dollars)
Light crude 57.03 56.86 + 0.17 + 0.30% + 24.49%
US CLc1
Brent 62.40 62.18 + 0.22 + 0.35% + 15.24%
LCOc1


(Edited by Patrick Vignal)
 
 


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