Rises for European futures: the Ibex 35 tries to recover 8,000

Rises for European futures: the Ibex 35 tries to recover 8,000

Ibex 35 futures rose 0.87%, DAX futures 0.95%, CAC 40 futures 1.10% higher and FTSE Mib futures rose 1.03%. For the Euro Stoxx 50, the advance is 1.11%.


Euro STOXX 50 futures were up 61 points to 3,406, FTSE futures were up 88.5 points to 7,050 and German DAX futures were up 184 points to 12,557 by 0430 GMT.

Japanese stocks fell, with energy stocks leading losses as sentiment weighed on fears of a global economic slowdown.

Oil prices rose as investors returned to bets on the market after falling sharply in the previous session, with supply concerns back to the fore, although fears of a global recession persisted.


Germany will publish the factory orders for May, in Spain the industrial production for the same month will be known and at a European level the retail sales of the euro zone will be published. In addition, the ECB will hold a non-monetary policy meeting.

In the US, PMI and ISM data will be released, but attention will be on the minutes of the last FOMC meeting, which will be released at 8:00 p.m. Spanish time.


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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will face questions from Parliament on Wednesday, followed by a grilling by lawmakers, with his premiership on the brink of a precipice following two resignations by ministers who said Johnson is unfit. to govern

Russian troops are engaged in heavy fighting, backed by extensive artillery fire, as part of a major offensive in Ukraine’s Donetsk region, Ukrainian authorities said, a day after Moscow declared victory in neighboring Donetsk province. Luhansk

The European Parliament will decide on Wednesday whether to block or accept an EU law that qualifies investments in gas and nuclear power plants as climate-friendly, which has highlighted deep differences between countries on how to fight climate change.

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