On Thursday, the main US stock indexes opened in the green, but immediately fell under pressure and headed into negative territory amid the release of conflicting data and the strengthening of the US currency. Looks like starting new Wall-Street session will be contradictory and mixed today.
On Wednesday, equity market sentiment slightly improved as pressure on European stock assets weakened.
Asian equity markets were mixed on Thursday as demand for risky assets continued to dampen on concerns that the world’s two biggest economies could soon start a trade war.
Asian stock markets moved lower on Wednesday as a political turmoil in the United States following the sacking of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson weighed on investors’ sentiment.
US Ministry of Labor reported that the consumer price index in January rose by 0.2 percent after January 0.5% data.
On Monday, European stock markets were able to maintain a positive mood and displayed moderate growth.