Yesterday's session was a bit disappointing, but mostly when comparing the behavior of the WSE with the environment, where demand attempts were grander. Anyway, the final amendments yesterday were in Europe decreased relative to the highs of the day and, for example, the DAX not gained nearly 2%, but slightly more than 1%. The increase on the CAC40 shrank more than twice from more than 1% to barely 0.5%. In the US session finally ended relatively neutral, and the behavior of contracts before today's session is slightly positive. It can result from a quite good behavior of the Nikkei, which gained more than 2% after yesterday weakening of the yen. Changes in other Asian parquets are more balanced and mostly slightly deviating from the neutral level. This also applies to the parquet of the Chinese, which quite calmly accepted the information on domestic inflation, which turned out to be more or less consistent with those expected.
Prices of raw materials are gaining slightly in the morning, but after a fatal behavior yesterday, where oil grew cheaper by as much as 4%.
On our market in the morning we had the results of two banks: Pekao (WSE: PEO) and ING (WSE: ING). Both surprised slightly positive and in this respect continues the trend set by other financial companies. So the mood before the session are relatively neutral, with the possibility of slight positive surprise.