July 29, 2021 Eduardo Bolinches José Manuel Del Puerto
We are seeing widespread gains in Asian markets with the Tokyo Stock Exchange rising 0.58% while the Sydney Stock Exchange rising 0.36%. In China, we have the Hong Kong Stock Market up 2.83% while the Shanghai Stock Market is up 1.09%.
For their part, US futures also move in a mixed way and we have the Dow Jones future that scores a rise of 0.03% while that of the S&P 500 falls 0.10% and that of the technological Nasdaq 100 is left 0.23%.
Decreases that are also spreading to European night futures with corrections of 0.09% for the German Dax future and 0.21% for the Euro Stoxx 50.
All this leaves us with an opening scenario with a bearish gap for the Spanish selective around 8,718 points and therefore continues in the central area of last Monday’s range.
On the other hand, we will have a financial agenda in which the
CPI for Spain and Germany, German employment data, the minutes of the last ECB meeting, especially at 2:30 p.m., the US GDP for the second quarter, the price index for goods and services and, as every Thursday, the requests unemployment benefit to end at 4 pm with pending home sales.