By Laura Sanchez
Investing.com - Investors will be looking ahead to the US employment data today, which reflects the health of the US economy.
Euro zone inflation in March will also be released.
Cryptocurrencies correct this morning.
These are the five factors that investors should take into account when making their decisions today:
1. US employment report
This Friday, we will be paying attention to the US employment data for the month of March that will be released at 14:30 local time.
2. Eurozone CPI
At 11:00 Eurozone inflation data will be released. An increase of 6.6% is expected in March, up from 5.9% previously.
3. Crypto corrects
4. Asia and the US stock market
On Wall Street, the market ended yesterday in the red. The S&P 500 (-1.57%), Nasdaq (-1.54%) and Dow Jones (-1.56%) closed down.
5. Macroeconomic data
In the US, the oil rig count will be released by Baker Hughes.
In South Africa, the Manufacturing PMI data will be released.
JSE All Share index advanced 0.1% to close at 75,497.15
Follow the day's events on our economic calendar: https://za.investing.com/economic-calendar/
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