Yesterday, market sentiment was marked by greater confidence coming from the fact that several central banks were open to the idea of lowering their key interest rates. Several countries have also shown availability to have a more expansive fiscal policy.
This led to an appreciation in the main stock markets, where it was possible to observe the Stoxx 600 - the main European reference index - rise by 0.09%. On the American side, Dow Jones gained 5.09% while the Nasdaq grew by 4.49% and the S&P 500 appreciated by 4.60%.
In the debt market, an increase in the bond yields of the main European countries was observed, being that a typical event of a day of greater appetite for risk.
The European currency, on the other hand, continues to gain value against the Dollar, it also hitches a ride on an expected lower interest rate in the US Federal Reserve.
With the hope of greater aid from monetary and fiscal stimulus, crude gained 5.30% in yesterday's session. The expectation of an increase in demand causes the price of the barrel to rise. In addition, it may be expected that a decrease in supply may be experienced at Thursday's meeting between OPEC and Russia.
Gold, on the other hand, recovered value yesterday after the big drop on Friday. Metal appreciated by 0.61%, despite the day having a greater appetite for risk.
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