Euro STOXX 50 futures were down 6 points at 4,307, FTSE futures were down 13.5 points at 7,739.5 and German DAX futures were down 3 points at 15,955 at 0430 GMT.
Asian shares were trading lower and the dollar was hovering near a five-week high as investors weighed risk aversion due to US debt ceiling talks and mixed economic data.
Oil prices were little changed as traders turned cautious after a surprise rise in US crude inventories raised demand concerns after less-than-expected US and Chinese economic data.
– Car registration in France, Germany, Italy and UK
– CPI for the euro area for April
– US MBA Mortgage Market Index
– Preliminary Data on Building Permits in the US for April
Repsol: Jefferies cut recommendation from “buy” to “hold”, reducing the target price to 14 euros from 19 (Reuters)
Three independent directors of NH Hotels have resigned because they believe Miner’s decision to buy group shares in the market harms minority shareholders (Reuters)
Santander to pay a fine of one million euros for the remuneration of the directors of Popular (Cinco Días)
Ana launched a private security tender for 1,500 million for its Spanish airports (Reuters)
ISS and Glas support to renew Brufau at Lewis Repsol (detail)
The Generalitat sells its 5% holding in Petrocat (expansion) to Repsol
PharmaMar will invest 200 million by 2025 to launch its antitumor (El economista)
Sacyr will collect only 35 million from the previous award in Panama (expansion)
UBS estimates $17 billion loss from Credit Suisse buyout; UBS says it had to hastily agree an unwanted merger to bail out Credit Suisse (Reuters)
Stellantis says Britain needs to renegotiate parts of Brexit or risk losing its car industry (Reuters)
SAP raised its total revenue forecast for 2025 and announced buybacks of up to 5,000 million euros, given solid demand in its cloud business (Reuters)
Commerzbank doubled its quarterly profit as interest rates rose (Reuters)
Siemens raised its sales forecast in the second quarter (Reuters)
economy and politics
US President Joe Biden, a Democrat, and the Republican’s top congressman, Kevin McCarthy, moved closer to a deal on Tuesday to avoid an imminent default on the US debt, as the threat of disaster forced Biden to cut short a trip to Asia this week. inspired to do. Reuters)
Japan’s economy emerged from recession and grew faster than expected in the first quarter as a post-crisis return in consumption offset global headwinds and fueled hopes of a sustained recovery (Reuters)
A UN spokesman said the last ship under a deal allowing safe exports of grain through the Black Sea is due to leave a Ukrainian port, a day before Russia is set to leave a deal on barriers to its grain and fertilizer exports. ready (Reuters)
European Union countries will soon agree to ban imports of liquefied natural gas from Russia, the Spanish minister for the ecological transition told Reuters on Tuesday (Reuters).
– The Governor of the Bank of Spain, Pablo Hernandez de Casas, the Vice President of the ECB, Luis de Guindos, and the former President of the ECB, Vitor Constancio, attend a meeting on stability in the banking sector, in Madrid, organized by… IESE Business School, in which the CEO of BBVA, Onur Genc of Santander, Hector Grisi of Caixabank, Gonzalo Gortazar and María Dolores Dancosa of Bankinter also intervene (0915h)