June 19, 2017
Asian markets have been on the rise in Monday's session, as investors are looking forward to how political events in Europe and what looks like a new terrorist attack in London.
Asian markets have been strong in Monday's session, the day the official Brexit talks begin.
An incident involving the use of a vehicle rushing through the crowd in the Finsbury Park area of London has been considered a new terrorist attack. One man was killed and another was arrested by the police.
All this happens on the day when the European Union and the UK are preparing to start negotiations that will be tough.
The dollar has held steady against a basket of major currencies, after weak economic data in the United States, awaiting Fed members' comments to clarify if they think it is possible that the country's economy may maintain the strength shown in past months.
Oil prices fell in Monday's Asian session. The continued expansion of reserves in the United States is weighing heavily, although OPEC countries maintain their intention to continue cutting production.
Gold has come down, touching four-week lows, as the dollar held steady and awaited Federal Reserve interventions after a week of sluggish economic data in the United States.
European markets are expected to open Monday's session mixed.
Panic is unleashed in the retail sector, by the entry of technological values that can unbalance the market.
The giant Amazon has taken over an entire supermarket chain, so all competitors in the sector are falling, as investors are seeing the movement very clear.
There is going to be direct competition from someone who overcomes them in direct contact with consumers, so all the important ones are having numerous problems. Some of them are within the big indexes, so the negative weight is more than evident.
What Amazon is trying to do is curl the curl, since the supermarket will become the local distribution center of its products, which can turn up the interaction we know with supermarkets.
There are more and more developments to use autonomous vehicles, both land and air, to carry small packages to our own homes. It shows a first step of what could be an immense revolution.
Everyone has caught up with the changed step the direct competitors, and all those who are in the sector, are collapsing very seriously.
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