El mercado abre en 20.38 oscilando en rangos de 20.27 y 20.42 aproximadamente en el SPOT durante el “overnight”. Se publicaron datos de solicitudes de ayuda por desempleo con un resultado alcista en 42k, aunque los continuos se han reducido alrededor de 30 k, para el resto de la jornada estaremos pendientes de los datos de ventas de casas usadas. Las bolsas llevan un comportamiento “estable” en esta semana, las divisas de mercados desarrollados pierden terreno frente al dólar entre -0.25% y 0.55%, mientras que las de mercados emergentes se ubican mixtas destacando la recuperación la lira turca y del Real Brasileño que ganan 1.5% y 0.3% y el resto de las divisas ceden aprox. 0.6%.
Técnicamente de corto plazo vemos niveles cercamos a 20.25 como soporte importante para hoy y resistencia marcada en 20.35 extensión a 20.45 como nivel fuerte.
Rangos iniciales 20.25/20.45.
Asia-Pacific stock markets closed mixed this Thursday, Hong Kong ́s Hang Seng slides -0.71% and Japanese Nikkei declined -0.36%, Shanghai Shenzhen advanced +0.74% while the Australian S&P ended up +0.25%. In Europe, markets retreat by mid-day, UK ́s FTSE is -0.71% and German ́s Dax is -0.69%. Markets are not to positive, as confusion between investors is rising, on one side we have hopes of a potential coronavirus vaccine, and on the other, economic worries are increasing, as cases are on the rise and restrictions worldwide will again hurt global economy, as lockdowns could be reinstated. This is what’s driving markets down today. Futures in Wall Street are expecting a slightly negative opening.
In the US Jobless claims ticked up for the first time since early October to 742,000, higher than economists forecast of 710,000.
Post Brexit talks are still not going anywhere, Brussels is working on a “Plan B” as they are running out of time.
President Trump will give a news conference by lawyers on a noticeably clear and viable path to victory on election. As he has refused to accept the results of the election.
Oil is $41.71 USD per barrel, gold is $1,858.90 USD per ounce, British Pound is 1.3215, the Euro is 1.1825 and the Peso is 20.30.
This Day in History!
A day like today in 1969, Brazilian soccer great Pelé scores his 1,000th professional goal in a game, against Vasco da Gama in Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana stadium. It was a major milestone in an illustrious career that included three World Cup championships.
Pelé, considered one of the greatest soccer players ever to take the field, was born Edson Arantes do Nascimento in Tres Coracos, Brazil, in 1940. He acquired the nickname Pelé during his childhood though the name has no meaning in his native Portuguese. When he was a teenager, he played for a minor league soccer club in Bauru in Sao Paulo state and in 1956 joined the major league Santos Football Club in the city of Sao Paulo, playing inside left forward. Two years later, he led the Brazilian national team to victory in the World Cup. Pelé, who was only 17 years old, scored two goals to defeat Sweden in the final.