|Delayed - 01/15 04:20:01 pm|
Initial increase of 0.2%.
|01/12/2021 | 09:17am|
While European markets are slightly down today, in a context of caution linked to the health crisis and political tensions in the United States, the S&P500 index should open slightly up by 0.2%.
The U.S. index closed down 0.66% to 3,799 points yesterday as traders opted for some profit-taking ahead of the start of the quarterly earnings season on Friday.
No statistics are scheduled for today yet, so we'll have to wait until tomorrow to see the CPI, Oil Inventories and the Fed's Beige Book.
In hourly data, no change, the S&P500 remains close to its high points. Only the sinking of the 3783 points would militate for the start of a consolidation with the 3743 points as a first objective, a level corresponding to the 100-hour moving average.
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