On Wall Street, the stock markets are closed due to the New Year’s holiday.
In the first week of 2023, investors await employment data and minutes from the latest Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting.
In Europe, major stock markets trade higher, beginning the first trading session of 2023 on upbeat Eurozone manufacturing data.
The S&P Global final industrial Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) accelerated to 47.8 points in December. At 8:33 a.m. ET, the IBEX 35 index appreciated 1.43 percent, CAC 40 rose 1.50 percent, and Euro Stoxx 50 appreciated 1.39 percent.
The financial markets in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan are closed on Monday (02) due to the public holiday.
In Brazil, the Ibovespa future with maturity in February, operates at a low of -0.67% at 110,335 points on Monday morning (02), with investors keeping an eye on the presidency of Petrobras.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has been sworn in as president of Brazil, and faces the difficult task of bringing the country back together after months of an intense campaign.
Lula, who led a left-wing government in Brazil from 2003 to 2010 during his two terms as the country’s leader, beat former President Jair Bolsonaro, from the right, in the second round of elections in October.
In a speech to the Congress, Lula said that democracy was the great winner in the election and that his message is one of hope and of rebuilding the country. The president also stressed that his priorities are fighting poverty, improving the welfare of the population, and protecting the Amazon forest.
Economic Agenda of the Day
In the economic highlights from China today, the market awaits at 10:45 PM the release of the December Caixin Industrial PMI.
The Brazilian Institute of Economics of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV Ibre) informed on Monday (02), that the Business Confidence Index (ICE) fell -0.8 point in December, to 90.7 points.
According to Viviane Seda Bittencourt, economist at FGV Ibre, the perception about the current situation and future prospects remains in a state of suspense ahead of decisions about the conduct of economic policy of the new government.
Check out the main economic indicators today:
Dollar R$ 5.265
IPCA +0.41% IGP-M
Cryptocurrency Prices Today
The global market value of cryptocurrencies today is $840 billion, up 1.5% and with volume of $27.1 billion in the last 24 hours. See the quotes of the major cryptocurrencies today from the Market:
Indicator Price 24h 7d Capitalization
Bitcoin US$ 16,723.22 +1.1% -0.7% US$ 321.89 B
Ethereum US$ 1,216.36 +1.7% -0.2% US$ 146.59 B
Binance Coin US$ 246.80 +1.0% +1.4% US$ 40.29 B
Solana $10.98 +10.4% -3.7% $4.03 B
Check out the numbers for the main commodities today:
Commodity Value (US$) Fluctuation
Gold 1.830,10 +0,22% +0,22% Silver
Silver 24,180 -0.29% Copper 3,8200
Copper 3.8200 -0.10% Oil WTI 80.51
Oil WTI 80,51 +2,69% Brent 86,00
Brent Oil 86,00 +0,00%