European Factors to Watch-Shares set for steady open

martes 10 de febrero de 2015 02:18 GYT
 

LONDON, Feb 10 (Reuters) - European shares headed for a steady open on
Tuesday, with financial spreadbetters predicting Britain's FTSE 100 to
open about 7 points lower, or down 0.10 percent and Germany's DAX to
gain 3 to 6 points, or as much as 0.06 percent.
    France's CAC 40 is seen opening 4 to 5 points higher, or up 0.1
percent.
    The FTSEurofirst 300 index of top European shares ended 0.7 percent
lower at 1,480.01 points on Monday.
    
    MAJOR MACROECONOMIC DATA/EVENTS (GMT)  :
    0645 CH Unemployment
    0745 FR Industrial Output
    0900 IT Industrial Output
    0930 GB Industrial Output
    1355 US Redbook

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  MARKET SNAPSHOT AT 0614 GMT: 
  
                                             LAST     PCT CHG   NET CHG
 S&P 500                                 2,046.74     -0.42 %     -8.73
 NIKKEI                                  17652.68     -0.33 %    -59.25
 MSCI ASIA EX-JP                           479.19         0 %     -0.02
 EUR/USD                                   1.1339      0.14 %    0.0016
 USD/JPY                                   118.54     -0.08 %   -0.0900
 10-YR US TSY YLD                           1.967          --      0.02
 10-YR BUND YLD                             0.358          --      0.00
 SPOT GOLD                              $1,244.50      0.45 %     $5.57
 US CRUDE                                  $52.16     -1.32 %     -0.70
 
  > ASIA SLIPS AMID GREEK EXIT WORRIES, DOLLAR FLAGS 
  > WALL ST ENDS DOWN ON GREECE, CHINA WORRIES 
  > NIKKEI FALLS ON GREECE CONCERNS; NISSAN RISES AFTER LIFTING FORECAST 
  > TREASURIES-PRICES EASE AS GREECE, UKRAINE RALLY FADES; AUCTIONS EYED 
  > COMMODITY CURRENCIES GAIN ON OIL, CHINA, AS DOLLAR CONSOLIDATES 
  > GOLD ADDS TO GAINS AS FEARS OVER GREECE HIT EQUITIES 
  > LONDON COPPER STEADIES; CHINESE DEMAND EYED 
  > BRENT CRUDE RALLY ENDS AS CHINA INFLATION HITS FIVE-YEAR LOW 
    

 (Reporting by Atul Prakash)