Equity outlook 4.18: NWR announced sales and negotiated prices for Q2, shares at historic lows
Equity markets in recent days, moving like a roller coaster. To yesterday's decline mainly contributed some U.S. firms underperform and published by the Federal Reserve's Beige Book. It showed that the industry since the last report in March grew when he managed mainly building structures and car. But uncertainty and poor performance were seen in defensive sectors. Consumption increased only slightly. Some companies in unspecified areas then had a problem with higher gasoline prices, expiration (wage) tax relief and colder weather. All of these factors, the Fed prevented some firms to grow their sales. Respondents on average expect continued moderate growth.
From yesterday's data is worth mentioning only the unemployment rate in the UK, which rose to 7.9% in anticipation of stagnation to 7.8%.Euro against the British pound, but weakened yesterday with how continued global correction in equity markets and falling gold prices being recorded gains on the U.S. dollar. Ten yesterday against the British pound strengthened by 0.8%. Against a basket of major world currencies and the U.S. dollar firmed up by 1.1% to 82.66 points, which was the largest increase in the last nine months.
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