POINT MARKET – A strong increase in Europe, the commercial dispute marks a pause (updated)

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    (Updated with Futures, Tokyo Closing)
* European stock markets expect with caution
* Asia in the green, driven by the automotive sector
* The results of the European elections were welcomed
* Commercial tensions disappear in disappearance

by Patrick Vignal
PARIS, May 28 (Reuters) - The main European stock markets are expected
moderately Tuesday opening in the wake of the day-ahead earnings,
brought by the relief of investors in the election results
and with a delicate respite in the face of commercial tensions between
the United States and China.
According to futures contracts, the Paris CAC 40 .FCHI and the Dax a
Frankfurt. GDAXI could each win around 0.4% at the beginning of the session.
FTSE in London .FTSE, which was closed on Monday due to a holiday,
would take about 0.5% for its part.
Investors are already pointing the finger at the G20 summit
late June in Japan and where trade frictions between Beijing and
Washington will dominate the agenda, says Jasper Lawler, head of
search for London Capital Group.
"Markets are taking a break on the history of commercial tensions but
this should change when the G20 approaches, where hope for an agreement should be
increase, "he says.
With the exception of Milan, the main European markets closed on Monday
end of a session essentially animated, in the absence of Wall Street, from
merger project between Renault RENA.PA and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
FCHA.MI and the reassuring results of the European elections, even if
tensions were noticeable in Italy.
In addition to returning US investors, the session will be moderated by
various statistics, including business climate indices e
economic sentiment in the euro zone (09.00 GMT) and the confidence index of the
Council for the United States Consumer Conference (14:00 GMT)

VALUES TO FOLLOW:

A WALL ROAD
Closed on Monday due to Memorial Day, the New York Stock Exchange could
to open slightly higher on Tuesday, signal the futures on the indices of
of reference.

IN ASIA
Asian markets are on the rise, with Chinese stocks in the lead,
driven by the automotive industry after the announcement of the merger project
between Renault and Fiat Chrysler.
The index of Chinese benchmarks .CSI300 takes 1%, for the benefit
purchases in anticipation of reinforcement, which will take effect later
closing, the weight of Chinese Class A shares in the MSCI index of
emerging shares.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange. N225 closed 0.37% and the MSCI index
grouping together the values ​​of Asia and the Pacific (excluding Japan). MIAPJ0000PUS
progress of 0.31%.

RATE
US 10-year government bonds US10YT = RR loses 1.5 Yield
base point, about 2.31%.
In the first exchanges in Europe, the yield of the German Bund at 10 years
DE10YT = RR, reference rate of the euro area, yield of two basis points a
-0.14%.
In the absence of the US bond market, bond yields
The Eurozone declined Monday, with all-time lows for rates
Portuguese and Spanish, with the notable exception, however, of Italy.

EXCHANGE
The euro retires a little, around $ 1,180, after rising Monday
up to 1.1215 EUR =, maximum of 10 days, following the results of the
European elections.
For Nadège Dufossé, head of Candriam's asset allocation,
The outcome of the European elections has a neutral effect on the European currency.
The absence of populous tides and the possibility of having a president
Germany at the head of the ECB is a positive factor for the single currency
but the risks that weigh particularly on Brexit and Italy have on the contrary
a negative effect
The dollar slightly anticipates the basket of reference currencies
DXY.

OIL
Crude oil prices are rising, supported by
The Middle East and the production cuts undertaken by the OPEC, though
trade tensions and fears in the global economy are limiting them
progression.
The American light crude (West Texas Intermediate, WTI) CLc1 anticipates 1%
$ 59.28 a barrel and the North Sea Brent LCOc1 is growing slightly,
at $ 70.28 LCOc1.

MAIN ECONOMIC INDICATORS AT THE ORDER OF MAY 28:
INDICATOR COUNTRIES GMT PERIOD PREVIOUS CONSENT
From 06:00 am GfK morale index of 10.4 June 10.4
consumers
FR 06h45 Evaluation of confidence from 97 May to 96
consumer
EZ 08h00 M3 money supply April 4.4% 4.5%
09:00 Economic climate index May 0.4 0.42
09:00 Economic sentiment index May 104.0 104.0
USA 13:00 S & P Real Estate Price Index March 0.2% 0.2%
Case-Shiller
14:00 May Trust Index 130.0 129.2
Conference consumer
board

MARKET SITUATION
(Some data may show a slight shift)


SCHOLARSHIPS
S
ASIATIQ
SIU
Indices Derni Var. Var. YTD
st point%
s
Nikkei-21271 +88.4 +0.42 +6.28
225, 04% 6%
.N225
Topix 1550, +3.99 + 0.26 +3.81
.TOPX 99 %%
Hong 27441 +153, +0.56 +6.17
Kong, 32% 23%
HSI
Taiwan 10312 -21.8 -0.21 -3.72
.TWII, 31 2 %%
Seoul 2051, +7.31 +0.36 +0.51
.KS11 52 %%
Singapo 3168, -2.71 -0.09 +3.24
ur 06 %%
.sti
Shangha 2911, +19.4 +0.67 +16.7
78% 6%
.SSEC
Sydney 6480, +29.0 +0.45 +14.7
.AXJO 90 0% 8%
The fence a
Tokyo: .TFR

WALL
STREET
The fence
previous one:
Indices Derni Var. Var. YTD
st point%
s
Dow 25585 +95.2 +0.37 +9.68
Jones, 69% 2%
.DJI
S & P-500 2826, +3.82 +0.14 +12.7
.SPX 06% 3%
Nasdaq 7637, +8.73 +0.11 +15.1
.IXIC 01% 0%
Nasdaq 7300, -6.97 -0.10 +15.3
100% 96% 4%
NDX

Session detail
on Wall Street:
.NFR
"The Day Ahead" - The point
in the next meeting a
Wall Street DAY / US

MARKET
S
European
NS
The future on the CAC 40
0 # FCE: and on
l EuroStoxx50 0 # STXE:

Values ​​to follow
in Paris and in Europe
: LOOK / LFR
The session
previous one:
Indices closed Var. Var. YTD
percentage point
s
Eurofir 1483, +3.47 +0.23 +11.3
st 300 09% 9%     
 <.FTEU3                              
 >                                    
 Eurosto 3364, +13.3 +0.40 +12.0
xx 50 04 4% 8%     
 <.STOXX                              
 50E>                                 
 CAC 40 5336, +19.6 +0.37 +12.8
.FCHI 19 8% 0%
Dax 30 12071 +60.1 +0.50 +14.3       
 <.GDAXI  ,18    4      %      2%     
 >                                    
 FTSE 7277, +46.6 +0.65 +8.17
.FTSE 73 9 %%
SMI 9712, +46.0 +0.48 +15.2
.SSMI 96 7% 3%

EXCHANGE
S
Cours Veill Var. YTD
is%
Euros 1,118 1.19 -0.12 -2.49
r 3 6 %%
EUR =
Dlr / Yen 109.5 109.5 +0.01 -0.68
JPY = 1 0 %%
Euro 122.4 122.5 -08.08 -2.97
n 7 7 %%      
                                    
 Dl / CHF 1,004 1.003 +0.03 +2.30
CHF = 0 7 %%
Euro / CH 1,123 1.133 -0.01 -0.20
F 1 2 %%      
                                    
 Stg / Dlr 1.267 1.267 -0.02 -0.63
GBP = 5 7 %%
Index 97.78 97.61 +0.17 +67
$ 20 30 %%
DXY

RATE
Last Var. Diffusion / Bund
er (pts)

Bund 10 years -0.13 -0.01
DE10YT = RR 50 80
Bund 2 -0.64 -0.01
30 years 10            
                                   
 OAT 10 0.267 +0.00 +40.2
years 3 70 3      
                                  
 Treasury 10 2.313 -0.01
years 2 60
US10YT = RR
Treasury 2 years 2.174 -0.00
US2YT = RR 4 10


PETROL
IS
(in progress Var. previous Var.% YTD
tooth of dollars
)
Gross 59.31 58.63 +0.68 +1.16 +29.4
light% 7%
United States
CLc1
Brent 70.31 70.11 +0.20 +0.29 +29.8
LCOc1% 4%


(With Josephine Mason in London, curated by Juliette Rouillon)
 
 

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