The European stock markets will date the majority at the bottom of this second fair (30) in the question marked by data from the euro zone above expectations and with an unexpected fall in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Germany.
Investors will also remain cautious while awaiting the next decision by the European Central Bank (ECB), the Bank of England (BoE) and the Federal Reserve (Fed, or North American central bank) decisions.
In London, or the FTSE 100, it rose 0.25% to 7,784.87 points. The CAC 40, in Paris, fell 0.21%, to 7,082.01 points, and the FTSE MIB, in Milan, fell 0.38%, to 26,335.98 points.
Já em Madri, or Ibex 35 cedeu index 0.04%, at 9,056.40 points. Finally, on the Lisbon Stock Exchange, or PSI 20, it fell 1.02%, to 5,876.20 points. The estimates are preliminary.
The DAX index, in Frankfurt, dated 0.16%, at 15,125.89 points. With the unexpected drop in Germany’s GDP in the fourth quarter of 2022 before or third, the forecast for Commerzbank is that the country will go through a recession, albeit a mild one.
Capital Economics is no longer firm, noting that the given was a “bucket of cold water” in recent expectations that Germany in the euro zone as a whole could avoid a technical recession.
Another given in the euro zone that was not on the radar of investors was the economic sentiment index, which advanced beyond expectations.
However, despite being considered a “good news” by High Frequency Economics, it is suspected that the movement began with the obtaining of natural gas in Germany, so that the cold weather of February and March can change the “good” expectations “em um piscar de olhos”.
Second analysis by CMC Markets, the markets are also awaiting the decision-making meetings of the ECB, the BOE and the Fed, which have the potential to “introduce high levels of volatility”.
In this second, among the highlights of the years, there are the parents of Philips that will rise more than 7% on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange after a health technology company affirming that it will cut 6 thousand jobs by 2025.
CMC Markets highlights attention to parents from Sainsburys, which traded higher than 3.5%, unlisted from the London Stock Exchange, amid rumors that the powerful company is seeking to make a major acquisition. O Commerzbank, for its time, rose almost 1%, after indicating a positive Ebtide rate in 2022.
Source: CNN Espanol