The us stock market by the end of Monday continued to decline (S&P 500 down 0.6%, 2280 points). The drop in prices is explained by concerns about the impact on the economy decrees trump. Strong data on consumer spending in December could be perceived as an additional factor in favor of the fed raising interest rates this year. Oil and gas companies continue to feel worse than the others (S&P 500 Energy -1,76%).
At the auctions in Asia is dominated by negative mood. The focus will remain risks associated with the political decisions of the new President of the United States.
Futures on the S&P 500 is trading this morning in the area of 2270 points, having tested previously 2265. If one day closes below 2265-2270, further, likely to increase the chances of test 2240, 2200 points.
Futures on Brent crude again moves about $55-55,2. For the future several sessions reserved to give preference to test the lower boundary of the sideways pattern $53-54 – 57-58.
Gold rose to $1200. In the next few days for possible re-release to $1220. Support is around $1180, $1160.