Elon Musk and Twitter, China worries: 5 keys this Wednesday in the stock market

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The stock markets are trying to recover from these volatile days of central banks, while following the evolution of the epidemiological situation in China.

Elon Musk would be looking for a new CEO for Twitter.

The petroleum Up.

Cryptocurrencies move with a mixed tone this morning.

Here are the five factors that investors should consider today when making their decisions:

1. Reopening in China
Investors are still very aware of the news that the Chinese Government is communicating regarding Covid infections in the country as the Asian giant reopens its economy.

Thus, the debate between prioritizing health or the economy returns, while the concern about a possible new ‘domino effect’ at the global level worries the investment community.

2. Twitter and Elon Musk
Twitter owner and CEO Elon Musk is looking for a new CEO of the company, CNBC notes. Musk, who acquired the company for $44 billion in October, previously said his position as chief executive would be temporary. Last November, Musk said, “I hope to reduce my time on Twitter and find someone else to manage Twitter over time.”

3. Crypto, mixed; Coffee falls
The cryptocurrency sector is still trying to raise its head. The Bitcoin It is quoted at $ 16,000 and the Ethereum in the 1,200.

Attentive also to the price of the U.S. coffee these days. Today it moves at 168 dollars.

4. Asia and the American stock market
Mixed sign today in the main Asian indices. The Nikkei falls by 0.7%, the Hang Seng of Hong Kong gains 0.3% and the Shanghai Composite It leaves 0.1%.

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As for Wall Street, the market ended yesterday in the green. The closures of the S&P 500 (+0.10%), NASDAQ (+0.01%) and Dow Jones (+0,28%).

5. Macro data
Among the macroeconomic references in Europe, the Gfk Consumer Climate Index in Germany and the CBI survey on the distribution sector in the United Kingdom.

In the United States we will know the The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence and the Oil inventories raw of the IEA.

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