Second consecutive day of falls in Wall street (Dow Jones -0.57%, S&P 500 -0.82%; Nasdaq -1.27%) which has started the day rebounding slightly after the lowest step data of the entire Covid-19 crisis.
However, this correction is within expectations in a sector that has rebounded 70% since its falls in March, at the height of the pandemic.
Some experts have pointed out, with some concern, the dependence on this type of securities whose 'pull back' may end up dragging whole indices. In the case of Tesla, those of Elon Musk and his rally look in the rearview mirror at analysts with only 19% of these recommending 'buy'.
In macro matters, this Friday the unemployment figure in the US was known. The country has created 1.37 million jobs and sent the unemployment rate from 10.2% to 8.4%, the lowest since the beginning of the crisis. And on the health front, Washington has authorized the emergency use of Roche's coronavirus test.
In the commodity market, the West Texas barrel, of reference in the United States, yields at this time 0.8%, to 41.02 dollars. For its part, in the currency market, the euro depreciates 0.38% and changes to 1.1807 dollars. And in the debt market, the yield of the US ten-year bond stands at 0.67%.
Across the Atlantic, the Ibex Nor has it managed to raise its head and the rally of its banks has not been enough to save neither the day nor the week, which in turn celebrate the possible merger between Bankia and CaixaBank. Finally, in Asia the stock markets have closed with falls after the collection of profits in Wall street this Thursday, and especially in Manzana, whose decline has dragged its suppliers of materials in the region.
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