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The American stock market will likely start a bidding environment that is low growth on the background of the rise in oil prices, but a substantial strengthening of his will to hold predominantly negative sentiments on global markets.
the day Before the American indexes have lost in the range of 1.9% due to fears concerning further prospects of development of the world economy. Such worries suggest poor data on the GDP of China and the IMF report that lowered its forecast for global growth in 2019 and 2020. In addition, between the US and China is experiencing regular exacerbations of trade relations. Also negative on the market brought and the weak statistics on the U.S. real estate market.
European stocks decline on Wednesday by 0.2-0.3% on weak corporate news in the region, particularly amid reports on the reduction of the revenue of the French group Carrefour. Asian indices closed trading with mixed dynamics on the background is not very good statistics for the economy of Japan.
World oil prices at the same time increase by 1%, reflecting a drop of more than 3% overnight. Now market participants are waiting for data on oil reserves in the U.S. for the week from the American petroleum Institute (API). Futures on American indexes are rising by 0.2-0.3%.
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