Hesitation could still be well represented at the Paris markets on Monday. After closing largely under the 3600 points on Friday, down 1.30% net, the CAC 40 should be difficult to get out of the red zone. With two weeks of decline, Wall Street does not give signals of optimism. For their part, Asian markets are very hesitant, juggling between gains and declines for several sessions. At the Paris Bourse, the key index also remained febrile throughout the week, erasing gains from one month to return to its levels of July.
Markets are still clinging to macroeconomic announcements, only able to move the index in August. On Monday, the PMI manufacturing and services in August will be announced for Europe and for France.The rest of the week promises to be loaded including unemployment figures in France in July (Wednesday), the new home sales and durable goods orders in July in the U.S. (Wednesday) and weekly entries to unemployment overseas (Thursday).
Note that the side of currencies this morning, the euro is still on track against the dollar. He won 0.12% to 1.2714 dollar.
Until the weekend, charged in half-yearly publication, the day of Monday is quiet on the side advertisements.
GDF Suez is interested in acquiring sites for storing gas sold by Exxon Mobil and Shell, valued around one billion euros, according to a report in Le Figaro on Saturday.
Carrefour will launch a new concept of hypermarkets to address the erosion of its customers.