Ibovespa futures are running higher in the pre-market start on Friday (13). The June contract, at 9:31 am, rose 0.39% to 107,340 points, following the performance of the major international exchanges.
In the US, futures are trending higher, recovering from a two-day series of declines, in one day, at least so far, without many catalysts. The June Dow Jones advanced 0.74%, the S&P 500, 1.09%, and the Nasdaq 1.64%.
The same in Europe. Indices are advancing and partially recovering from yesterday’s sharp declines. Germany’s DAX Index is up 1.43%. The UK FTSE is up 1.59%. France’s CAC 40 is up 1.50%. The Eurozone STOXX 600 Index rose 1.39%.
“Global equities are taking a breather from the downside, although the concerns that led to the recent declines, including inflation and the risk of recession, remain on the radar. Nonetheless, the US S&P 500 and Nasdaq are heading for a sixth straight week of declines, according to XP comments, in its report. morning call
According to the broker’s analysts, today the market should follow the statements of Federal Reserve and European Central Bank (ECB) officials who will take part in the events, while investors are also watching the release of the preliminary US consumer confidence index in May.
In Asia, stocks rebounded, too. Japan’s Nikkei closed up 2.64%. Hong Kong’s HSI is up 2.68%. South Korea’s Kospi rose 2.12%. The Shanghai index, from mainland China, which closed higher yesterday, was the least advanced, rising 0.96%.
Commodities are also showing a recovery trend on Friday. The price of a barrel of Brent oil for the month of June rose 1.50% to 107.73 dollars. Iron ore in the Chinese port of Dalian rose 0.98% to $121.23 per ton.
In Brazil, balance sheets are highlighted
The Brazilian agenda on Friday is empty. XP analysts commented, “With the local agenda without major moves, the focus is on global highlights.”
However, the market should react to the batch of quarterly budgets released last night and earlier today. Companies like B3 (B3SA3), MRV (MRVE3)LWSA3) were some that brought their numbers to the public.
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The yield curve remains unstable between high and low. The DI for 2023 drops by two basis points (to 13.38%), as does the DI for 2025 (12.50%). The DI for 2027 and 2029 fell five points, respectively, to 12.28% and 12.36%.
Dollar future also works unstable, slipping 0.15% to 5.154 Brazilian Real. The business dollar was down 0.22% at 5.128 Brazilian real on purchases and 5.129 Brazilian real on sales.
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“The behavior changed a bit with yesterday, which gave good continuity in the rise, but it is still too early to talk about a reversal of this fall or the direction of gains. The trend is not defined at the moment, until it breaks 100,000 or 121,700 points.”
“It continues without showing strength to either buying or selling. If the R$5.13 support breaks, we can expect the downtrend to resume. Other than that, I expect tests in the strong resistance area of R$5.27 and R$5.34.
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