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Mais um dia de recuperação
- Markets underwent a relatively quiet session as they paused to assess the scenario. There are few major economic releases this week and investors are eyeing the Fed's meeting on June 18-19 and the G20 summit at the end of June.
- Global stocks registered moderate gains after having crawled back to early April levels in the last weeks. U.S. stocks were nearly flat but Chinese equities rallied after authorities announced that local governments will have more resources for investment projects.
- In fixed-income markets, U.S. and German sovereign yields continued to fluctuate around year-lows, while Portuguese and Spanish risk premia remained very low. Italy's spread ticked up ahead of tomorrow's Eurogroup June meeting, in which euro area finance ministers might continue ongoing discussions on Italy's fiscal policy.
- Today the focus will be on the release of U.S. CPI inflation figures for May (2.0% in April).