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Global Stock Markets Fall; Copper on the rise: Chile Today

(Bloomberg) – European stocks and US futures slide as rising bond yields and commodity prices continue to affect technology stocks. Treasury yields rise and gap between yields at 5 and 30 years touches the highest level in six years. The Bloomberg Dollar index and emerging market currencies are rising. Copper falls back after hitting 10-year highs. Coronavirus cases in the country rose by 3,547 to 803,009 and the death toll rose by 84 to 20,126. As for vaccines, 2,938,813 people have been inoculated. As of Thursday the curfew will begin at 11pm. CLP was stable at 708.24 / USD. The S&P Ipsa fell 1.2%; Read here Inside Andes and other FX columns. All events in local time. At 7:17 am, this was the performance of the main indices: 10-year Treasury Yield + 0.4bp at 1.37% EUR stable vs USD at 1 , 2151 Active copper contract -0.4% to $ 4.1305 WTI crude futures + 0.7% to $ 62.13 Stable Bloomberg Commodities Index S&P 500 Futures -0.6% STOXX Europe 600 -1.2% Shanghai SE Composite -0.2% INTERNATIONAL: The Government of Argentina released the names of dozens of officials and allies who were secretly vaccinated against covid-19 in an apparent violation of the country’s guidelines, with the intention of containing a growing political scandal The list of about 70 People disclosed by the government on Monday include leaders of the ruling Peronist party, mid-level government officials and family members who received the vaccines.The publication of the information comes after President Alberto Fernández fired his Minister of Health, Gines, on Friday Gonzalez Garcia, when it was made public that there was preferential access to the vaccine Covid-19 deaths in the United States surpassed 500,000 on Monday Global deaths related to covid-19 have exceeded 2.46 million, with the US leading all countries With more than double the number registered by Brazil, according to the Boomberg virus tracker NEWS: Demand for lithium would exceed supply for electric cars in 2021 190,000 more doses from Pfizer will arrive in Chile and 4m from SinovacCAP normalizes operations after strike blockade in Chile Copper exceeds US $ 9,000 Faced with shortage concerns: Graph Vaccine-obsessed market makes the Chilean peso a winner Telefónica Chile sells control of its fiber optic business for USD1,000m to KKR: MercurioColdeco plans to use higher copper prices to finance plans without raising debt: Third TO BE PENDING: In Chile: No events planned In Chile this week: Feb. 26, 9am: Unemployment, retail sales, industrial production, manufacturing production and copper production January International: 12pm: US consumer confidence Feb .; its T. 90, previous 89.3 Fed Agenda: 12pm: Powell presents semi-annual monetary policy report to Senate banking committee This week: Feb. 25: Mexico minutes Relevant agendas: South AmericaUSA MexicoBrazilEurope COMMENT: Chile’s unemployment rate should rise to 10.6% in January from 10.3% in December, writes Bloomberg Intelligence economist Felipe Hernández Jobs lost due to the pandemic would explain the strong year-on-year increase, and seasonal factors explain the month-to-month change Jobs should increase compared to the previous month, but would remain well below their pre-pandemic level Result would be in line with slow recovery in economic activity Labor supply, measured Due to the participation rate, it is slowly recovering, but remains well below its pre-pandemic level. CLOSING: EXCHANGE RATE: CLP stable at 708.24 per dollar COUNTRY RISK: -0.3bp to 49.04 basis points CLP vs. 2-year Chamber stable at 1.08% UF vs 2-year Chamber stable at -1.99% 2030 BTP rate + 2bp to 2.79% 2026 BTU rate + 8bp to -1.57% 2-year inflation breakvens stable at 3, 127% For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source. © 2021 Bloomberg LP

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