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Inflation November, markets stop progress: Colombia Today

(Bloomberg) – The global rally in equities has stalled. Futures in the US and European stocks are down while markets in Asia lost their previous gains. Mood faded on news that the United States is preparing sanctions for some Chinese officials, while a possible Brexit deal could be hours away from collapse. Treasury bonds were advancing. The pound was deflated on concerns over trade talks. Oil fell after a fifth consecutive weekly advance. In Colombia, markets today could react to the annual inflation data for November, which stood at 1.49% compared to the median forecast of 1.71% by analysts surveyed by Bloomberg. In monthly terms, inflation was -0.15%. Today Fedesarrollo publishes consumer confidence data, an indicator that in October stood at -18.6% This week, the Banco de la República board of directors could decide on who He will be the next CEO to replace Juan José Echavarría, who ends his term in early January. The peso appreciated 3.9% weekly, marking his best week since early June. On Friday the currency closed at 3466 its lowest level since February 21. Yesterday 8,854 new cases of coronavirus were reported and 175 deaths were registered, according to data from the Ministry of Health. With this, the number of total confirmed cases rose to 1,371,103 and the deaths reached 37,808.INTERNATIONAL: More details on the $ 908 billion bipartisan stimulus package are expected to be revealed today, while a Republican senator backing the The proposal says it trusts Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and that President Donald Trump will support him. Markets are increasingly looking forward to a deal as disappointing unemployment data from last week is seen as helping to force Republicans to back the plan. Brexit have been only hours away from collapsing in the last four years, today could actually be crunch time. The telephone conversation between UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen led to negotiations resuming over the weekend, while the parties noted that there are still “differences significant ”. The leaders will speak again today to see if there has been progress on the talks that were originally scheduled to end on October 15. The British pound extended its decline to 1.6% this morning after The Sun newspaper in London reported that Johnson was ready to withdraw from the negotiations. TO BE PENDING: In Colombia: Consumer Confidence Nov: est. -15.3, previous -18.6 International: They do not publish relevant macro data in the US until Dec. 94pm: Chile rates decision Fed Agenda: No public events planned until Dec. 11This week: Dec. 9: Brazil, Canada rates decision Dec. 10: ECB, Peru rates decision Relevant agendas: South AmericaUSA MexicoBrazilEurope COMMENT: Bancolombia estimates there are bearish factors for the peso by the end of the year, therefore, the firm expects a close of 3,430 per dollar despite future risks a negative by Moody’s “is a new warning for the Government to advance significantly in the process of fiscal consolidation as of next year, so that the increase in public debt is controlled,” write economists led by Juan Pablo Espinosa “These announcements exert an antagonistic influence on the Colombian peso. However, we believe that bearish factors, especially the expectation of a greater arrival of dollars and more favorable global financial conditions, will prevail. ”The disbursement of the IMF flexible credit line is good news for the end of the year as allows the nation’s financing needs to be completed and the operation is done at attractive costs “We believe that bearish factors, especially the expectation of a greater arrival of dollars for the National Treasury and more favorable global financial conditions, will prevail in the short term. term ”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source. © 2020 Bloomberg LP

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