The Ibex will start this Tuesday from 6,951 points after closing this Monday, a holiday in Spain, completely flat. The selective Spanish faces several relevant events this day to which investors will pay attention.
On the one hand, it will be known October German ZEW. On the other, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to publish its autumn economic forecasts. And thirdly, results season begins on the other side of the Atlantic with JP Morgan or Citigroup accounts. In addition, there is a fourth relevant appointment, and that is that Apple will present its new iPhones this October 13 after weeks of pandemic-related delays and disruptions.
To all this are added the latest news related to the Covid-19 vaccine. The pharmaceutical Johnson & Jonhson has stopped trials of yours because one of the volunteers has presented an "unexplained illness". The vaccine from this pharmaceutical company was being tested in different countries, including Colombia.
All in all, European futures come with slight increases of 0.10% after Wall Street did well this Monday (especially the Nasdaq, which was up 2.56%) and after the green numbers have also dominated in Asia. On the other side of the Atlantic, the largest technology companies in the world rebounded with enthusiasm last day. This, before today starts the Amazon Prime Day and that Apple presentation cited above takes place.
On the other hand, it should be noted that, in a very relevant week for the Brexit negotiations, The United Kingdom has announced that bars and pubs will be closed in the areas most affected by the virus to control the increase in cases. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top health adviser has warned that further action may be necessary. Elsewhere, France is trying to avoid a widespread shutdown, while Italy and the Netherlands are considering further restrictions, Bloomberg reports. The Czech government has closed schools, restaurants and bars until the beginning of November.
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