The Asian markets are trading this morning in a mixed trend.
Tokyo and Hong Kong remain stable, with a slight tendency for declines of up to 0.1%.
Shanghai adds nearly 1% and Singapore is up by 0.2%.
In the markets vigilance is evident ahead of three major events that will affect trading:
1.Britain’s general elections will be held tomorrow.
2.The ECB is expected to publish its policy decision.
3.James Coomy, the dismissed FBI chief, is supposed to testify about his talks with US President Donald Trump on ties with Russia.
The Crude oil, which rose almost by 2% yesterday, keeps to be steady this morning.
The Wall Street markets closed yesterday on declines at the backdrop of tensions in the Persian Gulf.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 0.2%.
The S&P 500 Index declined by 0.3% and the Nasdaq Composite Index fell by 0.2%.