European Factors to Watch-Equity futures fall after China devalues yuan

martes 11 de agosto de 2015 02:09 GYT

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LONDON Aug 11 (Reuters) - European equity futures fell on Tuesday, tracking a pullback in Asian stock markets after China devalued the yuan following a run of poor economic data.

Futures for the Euro STOXX 50, Germany's DAX, France's CAC and Britain's FTSE 100 all fell by 0.4 percent.

China's devaluation of the yuan put pressure on oil and metal prices, which in turn could impact European oil and mining stocks.

European technology stocks could also come into focus after shares of Google rose in after-market trading in New York.

Google shares climbed 4.8 percent after the bell, after it announced it is changing its operating structure by setting up a new company called Alphabet Inc, which will include the search business and a number of other units.

The Greek stock market could also get a boost after Greece and international creditors agreed on a new multi billion euro bailout deal on Tuesday, a finance ministry official said. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S dollar rises as China devalues yuan > US STOCKS-Wall St rallies with energy, materials; Google jumps after the bell > Nikkei erases gains on profit-taking as China devalues yuan > TREASURIES-U.S. bond prices drop as stocks bounce, auctions weigh > FOREX-Yuan slides after China's devaluation, Aussie dragged lower > PRECIOUS-Gold falls from 3-week high as China move lifts dollar > METALS-Copper pares gains after rally on China stimulus hopes > Oil prices fall after China devalues yuan

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