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El dólar recupera terreno para cerrar la semana

La moneda común a comenzado la jornada con algunas pérdidas frente al billete verde...

¿Qué ha sucedido con el EUR?

La moneda común a comenzado la jornada con algunas pérdidas frente al billete verde.

Luis de Guindos, ha señalado que los riesgos geopolíticos siguen nublanco las perspectivas de estabilidad financiera. En este sentido, el BCE avisa que esta tension geopolítica podría provocar votalidad, creando la posibilidad de reacciones desmedidas en el mercado. El BCE concluye con que el Sistema bancario de la zona euro está bien equipado para hacer frente a estos riesgos, dadas sus sólidas posiciones de capital y liquidez.

Durante la jornada de hoy, habrá que estar atentos del discurso de Luis de Guindos (vicepresidente del BCE) y al IPC de la Zona Euro. Las previsiones del IPC son que suba un 2,4% igual que el mes anterior y que la tasa subyacente suba un 2,7%, dos décimas menos que en marzo.

¿Qué ha sucedido con el USD?

El billete verde a recuperado parte del terreno perdido en su cruce frente a la moneda única. • Miembros de la Fed se muestran cautelosos respecto a la inflación y la probabilidad de recortes de tasas más adelante en el año. Mientras tanto, el dólar recuperó algo de equilibrio tras los datos del IPC estadounidense.

En la jornada de hoy se espera el discurso de Cristopher Waller (gobernador de la Fed) y de Kashkari y Daly, miembros del FOMC. Además, se espera el índice líder del CB.

Noticias actualidad

General Atlantic (fondo estadounidense), prepara una oferta de 3.000 millones por el idealista (mayor portal inmobiliario español, que es propiedad de EQT).

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