Wall Street began the trading with decline of the S&P500 index similar to that indicated by the futures contracts, -0.2 percent. The WSE takes the start of the US session without reaction. Probably by the end of the day Europe and the Warsaw Stock Exchange will look towards the US, seeking guidance on how Wall Street will set up for the evening Fed speech. The problem with the final hours of session may come from the oil market, where we see a nearly 3% decline in future contracts. This can be a very important day for the short-term situation of the raw material.
U.S. Stocks open: Dow -0.34%, Nasdaq -0.24%, S&P -0.26%