June 24, 2024

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With the holidays in the US, the market is focused

With the holidays in the US, the market is focused

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Today’s morning call indicates a slow, slow start to the week.

So, with the holidays in the US, all that’s left for the local market is to stick to forecasts for the economy this Monday (27). Central Bank Focus Bulletin.

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Therefore, it may be interesting for investors to pay attention to the news released over the past weekend.

So, the key information is that The Goldman Sachs postpones rate cut forecast A central bank in the United States (Federal Reserve, North American Central Bank).

“We note that comments from central bank officials suggested that a cut in July would require not only better inflation numbers, but also significant signals in labor market activity or data,” the report pointed out.

Morning Call: Need to pay attention

Therefore, it is worth paying attention to this prepared report Financial intelligence. She talks about potential Auren (AURE3) pays dividends Now the company will buy AES Brazil. Correspondent Raffaele Coracini explains how the market is looking at the issue through a magnifying glass.

Hence, it is worth noting that the stock market ended the week with a 3% depreciation. On Friday, the fall was 0.34% to 124,306 points. There have now been six consecutive falls.

Morning Call: How US Stock Markets Closed

New York stock markets closed higher in the first fiscal quarter, driven by Nvidia’s balance sheet, driven by a surge in shares of companies in the technology sector, particularly those related to generative artificial intelligence (AI).

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.01% to 39,069.59 points; The S&P 500 rose 0.70% to 5,304.72 points; And the Nasdaq advanced 1.10% to 16,920.79 points. At the cumulative end for the week, the Dow Jones fell 2.33%, while the last two indexes gained 0.03% and 1.41%, respectively.

With information from Valor Econômico

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