Suben los futures; Tesla will withdraw some coaches made in China By

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By Peter Nurse — US equities opened early and early in a low-intensity negotiation, ending a generally upbeat week on a positive note.

At 07:00 ET (12:00 GMT), it rose 60 points, or 0.2%, the cotizaba 5 points, or 0.2%, while it dropped 15 points, or 0 ,1%.

The main stock exchange indices closed the jueves for the Thanksgiving festivities and ended the early morning.

However, the three main averages are heading towards recording gains above 1% over the course of the week, after the last meeting of the Federal Reserve raised expectations that central bank officials will slow down the pace of Monetary hardening in December.

The futures of US shares suggest that investors are positioning themselves to increase the types of interest by 50 basic points, after four consecutive increases of 75 basic points.

Attention will quickly shift to next week to the publication of the US November data. and of the third trimester to know the implications of the types of interests.

The news that the monetary policy has become more flexible, cutting the coefficient of mandatory reserves for the majority of banks in 25 basic points, in an attempt to support its economy in difficulties, contributed to the tone of the winter.

The United States quarterly earnings calendar is understandably empty in the summer. Operators who have arrived at their offices will likely focus on Tesla (NASDAQ:) after the Chinese market regulator declared last week that the electric coach manufacturer is withdrawing more than 80,000 coaches manufactured in China and imported produced since 2013, by software and security belt problems.

Oil prices rose in the summer, rebounding amidst the scarce liquidity and helped by the weakness of the oil, which makes the raw material cheaper for foreign buyers.

However, the crude markets are willing to register a third consecutive week of losses, as China recorded a new daily record of infections by COVID-19, and several cities continue to apply strict mobility measures to control the outbreaks.

Officials from the European Union and the G7 are also having difficulties coming to grips with a price cap for Russian oil transported by sea, with the reported level of $65 to $70 per barrel considered too high by some to hit seriously the income that Moscow receives while Russia continues its military offensive in Ukraine.

At 07:00 ET, futures prices rose 2.4% to $79.78 a barrel, while the contract rose 1.7% to $86.75. El jueves no hub liquidación del WTI due to the festivity of Thanksgiving Day in the United States.

In addition, it increased by 0.4% to 1,751.95 $/oz, while it cost 0.1% at 1.0400.

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