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Aguarda-se diminuição da turbulência nas bolsas
- U.S. stock markets ended their worst week in two years on a positive note, while European stocks also suffered losses in the last session of the week.
- In the U.S., yields on 10-year Treasuries rose, while in Europe 10-year German sovereign yields nudged down and periphery sovereign spreads edged up.
- In oil markets, the price of the barrel of Brent declined markedly and closed at $62.8.
- In the U.S., this week's focus will be on the release of January's CPI inflation. In Europe, the focus will be on the first release of Q4 2017 GDP figures for Germany, Italy, Portugal, and Poland as well as on the second release of Euro Area Q4 GDP growth, all of them on Wednesday. Japan's Q4 2017 GDP will also be released on Wednesday.
- In Spain, January CPI inflation is the main economic release of the week (due on Thursday).