By Laura Sanchez
Investing.com - Wall Street continues to struggle since the last US Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting on Wednesday. Technology companies are once again the worst performers.
Corporate earnings season continues.
Cryptocurrencies are up this morning.
Here are the five factors investors should consider when making their decisions today:
1. Wall Street continues to succumb to the Fed.
Despite the European recovery, Wall Street continues to succumb to Powell's words last Wednesday. Yesterday the American market closed in the red again and there are already experts who predict that we could see more than 4 interest rate hikes this year.
2. Corporate results
3. Cryptocurrencies recover their positions
4. Asia and the American stock market
5. Macroeconomic data
Key macroeconomic releases include Germany's import price index , France and Italy's PPI , Spain and Germany's GDP , as well as private lending , business climate and consumer confidence in the Euro zone.
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