(AOF) – European equity markets should open significantly in the green on Tuesday. Investors are hoping that negotiations will resume between the White House and Congress regarding the US stimulus package. At the same time, they will also be attentive to the evolution of Sino-American tensions as the tone has recently risen between the two great economic powers. The Zew index will also be part of the equation of the day. In terms of values, Vivendi and Amber Capital entered into a pact concerning Lagardère.
Technical analysis of the CAC 40
From the point of view of graphic analysis, the DayByDay design office observes a balance doji, an almost bodyless candle produced in volumes that are still low at 2.1 billion euros. The consolidation started under the resistance at 4,980 points therefore continues, without giving any sign of an end so far. For a trend to resume, it would be necessary to cross the resistance at 4,980 points at the close, preferably with a bullish gap.
The values to follow today
LAGARDERE / VIVENDI
Despite their differences, and following the very poor results announced by Lagardère a few days ago, Amber Capital and Vivendi have decided to sign a pact. Vivendi and Amber Capital, which are respectively the first and second shareholder of Lagardère with 23.5% and 20% of the capital, will within this framework take steps with Lagardère in order to have, each, a minority representation on the supervisory board. , three members for Amber Capital and one member for Vivendi.
Touax SCA announced Monday evening that its subsidiary Touax Rail Limited has signed a capital increase agreement of 81.9 million euros with DIF Capital Partners in order to accelerate the development of its long-term freight wagon rental activities in Europe and Asia. Touax SCA will remain the majority shareholder, with 51% of the capital and 49% will be held by its new partner DIF Capital Partners, via its vehicle DIF Core Infrastructure Fund II.
Safe Orthopedics, a company specializing in the design and commercialization of ready-to-use technologies for back surgery, has announced that it has obtained approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a US regulatory agency, for the marketing of SteriSpine PS 2nd generation in the United States. It is a pedicle screw technology associated with ready-to-use instrumentation that allows the surgeon to intervene in an even more minimally invasive manner and to be used on a greater number of back pathologies. .
Genomic Vision announced Monday evening that the combined general meeting voted all the resolutions presented in line with the recommendations of the Management Board. In particular, the meeting approved the establishment of a financing line with Winance, the company’s financial partner, through a reserved issue of OCABSA for a maximum amount of 12 million euros in order to secure the possible needs of the company. over the next 2 or 3 years, in terms of investment and financing of growth.
Investors will take notice at 11 a.m. in Germany of the ZEW index of investor sentiment on the economic outlook in August. Will follow at 2:30 p.m., United States, the producer price index in July.
Around 8:20 am, the euro clusters 0.03% at 1.1743 dollars.
Yesterday in Paris
At the end of a very calm day on the publications side, the European stock markets closed in the green, mainly driven by the American recovery plan, the main measures of which were decreed by Donald Trump this weekend for lack of agreement Congress. The ardor of the investors was however calmed by the Sino-American tensions following the sanctions of diplomats of the two camps, while the negotiations around TikTok penalized the technological stocks. The CAC 40 ended up 0.41% to 4,909.51 points, and the EuroStoxx gained 0.15% to 3,257.39 points.
Yesterday on Wall Street
US markets closed in scattered order on Monday. In the absence of an agreement with elected Democrats on a stimulus plan, Donald Trump passed several decrees to support the economy, including a $ 400 increase in the weekly unemployment benefit. Cyclical stocks benefited. In contrast, the US offensive on TikTok is still weighing on tech stocks. Diplomatic relations continue to deteriorate between Beijing and Washington. At the sound of the bell, the Dow Jones gained 1.30% to 27,791.44 points while the Nasdaq lost 0.39% to 10,968.36 points.