Sunday, October 2

Falls for European futures: the Ibex cuts 0.14%

*FINANCIAL MARKETS*

Asian stock markets traded with weak general falls, with oil registering a low volume of operations due to the holiday period, with uncertainty about the economic impact of the omicron variant of the coronavirus weighing on investors’ spirits

West Texas Intermediate futures in the United States fell 59 cents to $ 73.30 a barrel, after the close of trading on a holiday Friday, while a barrel of Brent rose 26 cents to $ 76.40, rebounding from the 71 cent drop on Friday

BUSINESS

Telefónica chooses Ericsson to take over from Huawei in Spain (Expansion)

Naturgy sells its gas storage in Spain to the Teset fund (Vozpópuli)

Acerinox faces the replacement of Rafael Miranda as president after reaching 72 years of age, statutory age for retirement on the board of directors (elEconomista.es)

Squirrel will buy in America and plans to enter the United Kingdom (Cinco Días)

Holaluz will exceed 400,000 subscribers this year after the purchase of the Spanish subsidiary of Bulb (Expansión)

Toronto-Dominion Bank is leading the charge for cash-laden Canadian banks looking to make a foray into the US to grow away from their home turf, where six large banks control nearly 90% of the market (Reuters)

ECONOMY AND POLITICS

Japan’s retail sales rose faster than forecast in November, thanks to a drop in COVID-19 cases in the month that encouraged consumers to increase their spending on goods and services (Reuters)

Moscow is studying NATO’s proposal to hold talks on January 12, according to the TASS news agency (Reuters)

Ómicron suspends more than 1,300 flights in the US for the third consecutive day (Reuters)

AGENDA

This Monday the main reference of the day in Europe will be published in France and it is the unemployment figure. In the UK the market is closed for holidays and in the US the data to follow will be the Dallas Fed Mfg business index for December.

Reference-www.estrategiasdeinversion.com

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