Financial markets forecast that the London FTSE will open 38 points higher, to 7,179, the Frankfurt DAX open 56 points higher, until 15,306, and the Paris CAC will open 36 points higher. points, up to 6,633.
Asian stock markets rose, the dollar lost ground and longer-term bonds rallied, as investors expect inflation to drive interest rate hikes around the world.
Oil prices were gaining ground, reversing previous losses, as a larger-than-expected reduction in US gasoline and distillate stocks boosted purchases.
This Thursday the CPI data for September in China will be published (which has risen by 0.7% in annual rate in September, below the 0.9% forecast) and the industrial production of Japan (rises to 3.6 %, from the previous 3.2%). In Spain, the data to follow will also be the CPI for the month of September. In the UK, the Bank of England will release the report on credit conditions. And in the United States, the weekly data on requests for unemployment benefits, the PPI for September and the IEA’s oil inventories will be published.
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