Investing.com – The European future is in full swing as trading resumes on Friday after the NATO, G7 and EU Council summits in Brussels on Thursday. The futures are up 20 points, the futures are down 46 points, and the futures are expected to fall 16 points while the Cac futures are up +10 points.
Asian markets also gained two speeds: 0.1%, while Shanghai and the US fell sharply after the US reintroduced most of the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration with early effect.
In addition, the U.S. Authority’s Public Accounts Oversight Board initially wrote that it was “not clear” whether Beijing would allow Chinese Wall Street-listed companies to open to US authorities.
At the end of yesterday’s summit, NATO decided to double its military presence in the eastern frontiers of the alliance (Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania) into eight groups. Russia held abroad.
In addition, as the European region seeks energy supplies, Canada and the United States have agreed to help Brussels’ needs by increasing the supply of liquefied natural gas to the region. The announcement was made today by the Washington Post.
In commodities, the price of a barrel is $ 118.12 and $ 111, while the future of European gas is down 5% to 106 euros per MWh.
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