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La moneda común ha comenzado la jornada continuando con su movimiento alcista en su cruce particular frente al billete verde...

¿Qué ha sucedido con el EUR?

La moneda común ha comenzado la jornada continuando con su movimiento alcista en su cruce particular frente al billete verde.

En cuanto al BCE, las recientes declaraciones de sus responsables políticos han dejado entrever una creciente probabilidad de que el banco inicie su proceso de relajación en junio, aunque persiste la incertidumbre sobre las futuras decisiones del BCE más allá del verano.

En relación a la publicación de indicadores macroeconómicos, tendremos que estar atentos ya que contaremos con el resultado del PIB, la Producción Industrial y la Evolución del empleo en zona euro.

¿Qué ha sucedido con el USD?

El billete verde ha continuado experimentando perdidas contenidas en su cruce particular frente a la moneda común.

El Presidente del Banco de la Reserva Federal de Kansas City, Jeffrey Schmid, intervino el martes en la cumbre agrícola del banco regional. Schmid afirmó que la inflación sigue siendo demasiado elevada y que el banco central estadounidense tiene más trabajo por hacer.

Respecto a la publicación de datos macro al otro lado del charco, hoy será un día clave ya que conoceremos el dato del IPC y las Ventas Minoristas.

Noticias actualidad

Israel bombardea un centenar de objetivos terroristas en Gaza, y confirma la expansión de su acción bélica a la zona de Yabalia.

Inflación Eurozona 2.4%

 

Inflación EE.UU 3.5%

 

Tipos EUR 4.5%
Tipos EE.UU 5.5%

 

T.Desempleo EUR 6.5%

 

T.Desempleo EE.UU 3.9%

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