Tuesday's session on the New York stock markets brought the strongest for two months increases of the major indexes, which gained approximately 1.25 percent. The growth impetus was the rise in prices of oil, the price of a barrel rocketed by nearly 3 percent. Good mood in the US is somewhat tempered by night revocation of contracts on the S&P500, but while current moods are maintaining, the opening in Europe should be positive.
Taking into account the fact that the calendar does not have today a more important report than fuel inventories in the US, and yesterday boosters in the US was funded on the price of oil, the players from the stock markets will be looking towards the market of raw materials and trying to predict the behavior of today's US stock indices. At the moment oil and the contract for the S&P500 record modest declines and confirm the sensitivity of the market price of the raw material. The last two weeks also show the sensitivity of European markets to the relationship between the euro and the dollar. It is also worth to pay attention to a danger for the shares implied by correction on the chart of the USDJPY pair.
On the Warsaw market looking at the currency market also has its importance. The WIG20 shows a correlation with the condition of PLN, and PLN is waiting for Friday and the rating for the Polish debt. Till the end of the week the WSE may extend its "separation" from the core markets focusing more on the negative sentiment around the Polish assets.