26 de agosto de 2015 / 5:29 / en 2 años

European Factors to Watch-Shares seen stalling at open

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LONDON, Aug 26 (Reuters) - European shares were seen stalling at the open on Wednesday, with a wobble in Asian markets and a fall overnight on U.S. stock markets potentially muting the impact of a sharp rally in the previous session fuelled by a Chinese rate cut.

Spreadbetters at London Capital Group expected Britain’s FTSE 100 to open down by 103 points, or 1.7 percent lower, while Germany’s DAX was seen down by 242 points, or 2.4 percent lower, while France’s CAC futures were also down 3.1 percent. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- > GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares wobble as China rate cut fails to calm nerves > US STOCKS-Wall Street rally goes up in smoke, indexes end lower > Nikkei up in choppy trade, sentiment fragile despite China policy easings > TREASURIES-U.S. bonds fall as safety bids abate on China’s rate cut > FOREX-Dollar subdued after China easing fails to shore up Shanghai shares > PRECIOUS-Gold struggles even as equities drop further after China rate cut > METALS-Copper resumes decline as demand worries linger despite China move > Oil near 6-1/2 year lows as China economy fears linger



BHP Billiton’s investment-grade credit ratings might come under pressure in the current financial year, ratings agencies said on Wednesday, after the top global miner posted its weakest profit in a decade but still hiked dividends.


The head of BMW’s Rolls-Royce unit, Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, told magazine Super Illu that the luxury car business would see clearly lower vehicle sales in China this year, to be partly compensated by growth in the United States and the Middle East.


Finland’s Kone, the world’s second-biggest elevator maker with large exposure to the Chinese market, on Wednesday said it has not seen any immediate impact from the recent stock market turbulence on its business.


Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc has sold its U.K. spectrum rights to Vodafone Group Plc and CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd for about 200 million pounds ($313.8 million), Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.


German carmaker Volkswagen’s group vehicle sales fell 3.7 percent in July and were down 1 percent over the January to July period, hurt by weak markets in China, Russia and Brazil. (Reporting by Sudip Kar-Gupta)

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