Today's session will be the last before starting tomorrow the Easter break (on 25 and 28 of March there is no sessions on the Warsaw Stock Exchange). The activity of the trade should not be large, as well as volatility. We have to remembered that the Americans are back on the market as early as Monday. This can affect supply, as investors will not want to be on shares during the holiday. Also important are the global trends.
More and more members of the FOMC starts to mention of the impending rate hike, indicating April as a possible date.
Yesterday the dollar strengthened and there have been declines in raw materials as well as emerging markets, including the WSE.
The mood in the morning is slightly offset, yesterday's session in the US ended with a decline of 0.6%, and the contracts go down by a further 0.3%. Asia is dominated by the red color and raw material prices remain at yesterday's minima. All this affects the mood, and for further growth, as well as crossing the psychological barrier of 2,000 points in case of the WIG20 will not be so easy.