European stock markets are seen opening mixed Monday, with investors adopting a cautiously optimistic stance after Brexit negotiations were extended past the Sunday deadline.
Daily Market Analysis
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ECB Lagarde: The economy seen shrinking in Q4, with the services severely curbed
Looking ahead, highlights rom macroeconomic calendar include UK GDP and output data, Swedish inflation, ECB rate decision & press conference, US CPI, IJC, EU Council Meeting, BoC's Beaudry, FDA EUA meeting
U.S. stock markets are set to open mostly higher, supported by signs that the U.S. is edging closer to agreeing a fiscal package to lighten the burden on the economy from the latest wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Asia-Pac bourses traded positively as the region took impetus from the record highs on Wall St. Asian shares rose to a record high and U.S. stock futures
US stocks are set to extend Monday’s losses when markets open later, as concern about the spread of lockdown measures to tackle the pandemic returns to haunt cyclical stocks.