Wall street Go back to red. The main US indexes anticipate falls after marking new historical highs last Friday. It should be remembered that this Monday they were closed for the celebration of the day of Martin Luther King.
In the Dow jones, the values that fall most in the pre-opening are Cisco Systems, JP Morgan Y Exxon Mobil. Within the business front, beware of Boeing. The US manufacturer studies borrowing 10 billion in the midst of the 737 Max crisis.
The eyes will also be on Netflix. The popular streaming platform will publish its results on Tuesday. The first after the arrival of Disney + to the sector.
In political matters, Trump It is news again. The US president has taken advantage of an incomparable scenario like the Davos forum to campaign election. There he has defended his tariffs and assured that "the American Dream has returned".
On the other side of the Pacific, an outbreak of the Chinese virus puts global markets in check, especially Asians. The credit rating agency Moody´s has not taken long to cut the rating of Hong Kong.
On the other side of the Atlantic, The Ibex also records falls and already loses the 9,600 points dragged by that negative trend of the rest of the exchanges.
Attention also to oil. Crude oil prices correct strongly after setting highs of more than a week ago. The closure of two platforms in Libya questions the shale offer.