European Factors to Watch-Shares seen opening lower

martes 9 de septiembre de 2014 01:14 GYT
 

LONDON, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Financial spreadbetters predicted Britain's FTSE
100 to open about 18 points lower, or down 0.3 percent, Germany's DAX
 to fall around 36 points, or 0.4 percent, and France's CAC 40 
to drop 18 points, or 0.4 percent, on Tuesday.
    
    EUROPEAN COMPANIES REPORTING :
    PARTNERS GROUP HOLDING       INTERIM    
    
    MACROECONOMIC DATA/EVENTS (GMT)  :
    0645 FR Trade
    0830 GB Industrial Output
    1145 US ICSC Chain Store
    1255 US Redbook 
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  MARKET SNAPSHOT AT 0510 GMT: 
                                          LAST        PCT CHG    NET CHG
 S&P 500                              2,001.54        -0.31 %      -6.17
 NIKKEI                               15757.98         0.34 %      52.87
 MSCI ASIA EX-JP                        512.03        -0.12 %      -0.63
 EUR/USD                                1.2878        -0.14 %    -0.0018
 USD/JPY                                106.21         0.18 %     0.1900
 10-YR US TSY YLD                        2.493             --       0.02
 10-YR BUND YLD                          0.966             --       0.02
 SPOT GOLD                           $1,254.76        -0.05 %     -$0.68
 US CRUDE                               $92.94          0.3 %       0.28
                                                                        
  
  > DOLLAR GAINS GROUND ON YEN, JAPAN SHARES TEST HIGHS            
  > DOW, S&P 500 END LOWER FOLLOWING DROP IN ENERGY SHARES                
  > NIKKEI RISES AS WEAK YEN LIFTS EXPORTERS; OIL SHARES UNDERPERFORM     
  > BOND YIELDS STABILIZE ON FED STUDY, UKRAINE CEASEFIRE               
  > FOREX-DOLLAR SETS FRESH 14-MTH HIGH ON FED STUDY, STERLING WOES     
  > GOLD HOVERS NEAR 3-MTH LOW, DOLLAR STRENGTH WEIGHS                  
  > LONDON NICKEL SLIPS FROM TWO-MONTH HIGHS ON STRONGER DOLLAR        
  > BRENT SLIPS BUT HOLDS ABOVE $100 ON OPEC OUTPUT CUT HOPES            
    

 (Reporting by Atul Prakash)