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European stock markets open this Wednesday, January 25 with mixed indices

The main European stock markets opened with mixed indices at the opening of this Wednesday, while, according to analysts, investors are still evaluating a series of business results and remain expectant of new interest rate hikes.

Likewise, slack days are expected until just Friday, the day the US Fed’s PCE will be published, according to Investing.com. The “PCE” index is used by the members of the Fed to measure the parameters of annual and quarterly inflation in the US (currently 5.5%).

The pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.2% at 0816 GMT, with technology and financials the biggest losers.

The DAX (Germany) opened with a variation of 0.09%up to 15,106.37 points, the Ibex (Spain) had declines up to – 0.34%up to 8,936.34 points, after the opening.

The CAC 40 (France)for his part, opened the day with a variation of the 0.04%up to 7,053.29 points, while the FTSE -100 (London) advances 0.14%, over 7,770.75 points.

In Asia, the nikkei 225began the session this Wednesday with a variation of the 0.04%, up to 27,289.57 points; meanwhile, the other exchanges remain closed for the Chinese New Year festivities.

Source: Elcomercio

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