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The stock market extends its rebound this Wednesday

Without taking your eyes off the crisis in Ukraine, the stock market has opted this Wednesday to lengthen the bounce that happened on Tuesday. In any case, the great objective today is the monetary policy statement issued by the US Federal Reserve

(Fed), which will see the light of day with the markets of the Old Continent already closed. US futures also anticipate a bullish day on Wall Street, although without leaving the volatility imposed by a situation of rumors of war in Ukraine.

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It is assumed that the president of the US central bank, Jerome Powell, will be more aggressive against inflation, which could mean more interest rate hikes this year than previously predicted. The markets will also finish digesting this Wednesday the forecasts of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which yesterday predicted a less intense recovery at a global level as a result of the rise in the general level of prices and placed Spain as the advanced economy that will grow the most.

In this context with dominance of purchases, the Ibex 35 has managed to exceed 2% rise in the early stages of the day and is heading to exceed the level of 8,500 points. Few stocks have been dyed red in the first part of the session and advances predominate, led by IAG, Siemens Gamesa and ArcerloMittal.

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