This is Good morning, investors! October 17, 2022with everything you need to know before the opening of the Stock Exchange!
world scholarships: U.S. index futures are rising, reversing some of last Friday’s losses, as investors await third-quarter corporate results. Asian shares ended higher, with the exception of the Nikkei index in Japan.
On Asia, stocks rose mostly, awaiting news from the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, which is expected to confirm a third term for Xi Jingping and also awaiting data on the country’s economy, due later in the week. Today, the PBoC kept the interest rate on its medium-term loan at 2.75%, signaling that benchmark interest rates should follow suit.
On Europe, Stock markets are operating in the red. Investors are expecting a statement from the new British finance minister, Jeremy Hunt, regarding changes to the government’s fiscal package. The initial idea of cutting taxes and increasing spending led to the downfall of the previous president, Kwasi Kwarteng, last week. According to Britain’s Treasury, today Hunt is expected to anticipate measures from a package that has helped reduce gilt interest rates and boost the pound sterling. BoE confirms completion of gilt buying program as planned. The British BC reiterates that the aim was not to create a permanent instrument. The transactions have increased resilience in the funds market, the BoE says. Russia attacked Kyiv, Ukraine this morning with “kamikaze” drones, according to a senior Ukrainian official, who repeated calls for Western allies to provide the country with more advanced air defense systems. At least four explosions were heard in Kiev, Ukraine, around 12:45 a.m. EDT Monday as a result of apparent Russian missile strikes, according to CNN personnel on the ground. One of the explosions took place in the Shevchenkivskyi district in the center of the Ukrainian capital, according to a post on Telegram by mayor Vitaly Klitschko. This is the second time in a week that the district has been affected.
Our United States, Indices are currently rising. The outlook for US consumer prices continues to fuel bets that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates further at its next two meetings, changing the outlook for global economic growth and its markets. Investors are listening to news from Beijing, where President Xi Jinping said China’s global power has grown, warning of “dangerous storms” ahead.
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International future WTI oil is trading at $85.17, up 0.64%. ON Brent is trading up 0.59%, trading at $92.19.
Bitcoin (COIN:BTCUSD) is trading at USD 19,269.13 (+0.47%). ON gold is trading at $1,660.70 per troy ounce (+0.74%).
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iron ore: Iron ore traded on the Dalian Stock Exchange fell 2.00% to 686.50 yuan, equivalent to 95.29 US dollars.
Brazil recorded two deaths from covid-19 in the last 24 hours on Sunday (16), for a total of 687,197 since the start of the pandemic. Thus, the moving average of deaths in the last 7 days is 41. Compared to the average of 14 days ago, the variation was -47%. In total, the country recorded 616 new diagnoses of Covid-19 in 24 hours, completing 34,792,386 known cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
The Secretary of State for Health of São Paulo reported that the state recorded, on Saturday (15), the second death from monkeypox. The patient was born in Santos, is 36 years old, had comorbidities and was hospitalized in Praia Grande since the beginning of September.
– USA: Balance sheet of Bank of America, before market opening
– Vale releases 3TRI post-closing production and sales report
– FGV: reviews of IPC-S (8h)
– Focus Bulletin (8:25) *
– BC: IBC-Br should fall by 0.30% in August (9am) *
– US/Fed NY: Empire State Industrial Activity Index for October (9:30 am)
– Italy: ECB head Philip Lane attends event (12:00)
– Weekly trade balance (15:00)
– USA: ECB President Joachim Nagel attends the event (16:00)
– China/NBS: 3QR GDP (23:00)
– China/NBS: September industrial production (23:00)
Ibovespa and the dollar in the last trading session:
Brazilian market reference, main index closed down 1.95% to 112,072.34 points, which marked the fourth consecutive session. For the week, the index recorded a cumulative decline of 3.7%, the largest weekly low in four months.
The biggest ascent on Ibovespa
ENGI11: +1.40% to 44.35 BRL
ENEV3: +0.75% to BRL 13.50
CYRE3: +0.27% to BRL 18.61
EGIE3: +0.24% to BRL 38.37
ENBR3: 0.09% to BRL 07.22
The biggest falls on Ibovespa
MGLU3: -11.18% to BRL 4.37
AMER3: -8.45% to BRL 17.44
YDUQ3: -7.92% to BRL 13.13
VIIA3: -7.12% to BRL 3.39
BEEF3: -6.37% to BRL 13.23
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The dollar closed with a high of 0.97%traded on 5323 BRLthe highest price since September 30 (5394 R$).
DI for 2025 gained six basis points, to 11.77%, and DI for 2027, eight points, to 11.63%. DI for 2029 and 2031 received nine and eight points respectively, at 11.78% and 11.85%.
The index is closed with down 0.03% to 2,992.58 points. The index varied between a low of 2,988.36 points and a high of 2,998.08 points.
Source: CNN, CNBC, Infomoney, TC, G1, Agência Brasil and BDM, estadão, this is money.