World stock markets mixed before fed decision
World stock markets Monday look ambiguous in pending trade negotiations between the U.S. and China on July 30-31.
Major U.S. stock indexes rose on Friday within 1% after the publication of data on U.S. GDP – growth in the second quarter of 2019 was 2.1%, whereas the market was expecting GDP growth of only 1.8%.
In addition, investors noticed another batch of corporate earnings reports. Net profit Google Inc. in the first half grew by 32%, and the company Twitter Inc.- once in 8 times.
Asian markets on Monday closed up 1.8% on the major indices before the next negotiations, the U.S. and China on trade issues, to be held July 30-31. Traders also paid attention to the news from Hong Kong, where he spent unauthorized protests and detentions.
European stocks have erased, looks better than the rest of the British FSTE 100 on news about deals and Just Eat on the London stock exchange, as well as the weakening of the pound.
The Russian stock market strengthened moderately on Monday – 0,25-0,3% on the basic indexes. The ruble is losing about 20 cents to the dollar and Euro amid falling oil prices.