The pan-European Stoxx 600 rose 0.2% above the flatline in the first trade, with oil and gas accumulating 1.9% earning gains while tech shares fell 0.9% lower.

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 European markets continue the most cautious trend observed in Asia and the U.S., with investors in the region’s oldest monitoring technology stocks after their partners rejected a one-night stand on Wall Street.

U.S. stocks He could see the best trade on Tuesday after the British government made recommendations Monday on how it plans to start raising coronavirus limits. The decline will be small, but the government plans to remove all borders by June 21.

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HSBC was screened on Tuesday after the bank announced a full 2020 annual salary increase over expectations and announced dividend payments for the first time since the Covid-19 epidemic.

The bank said profits reported before the 2020 tax fell 34% from the previous year to $ 8.78 billion. That exceeds analysts' expectations of $ 8.33 billion, according to estimates by HSBC.

In the U.S., the focus will be on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday as he presents his annual economic testimony before the Senate Banking Committee. His comments on prices and inflation could point to a church market direction.

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Increased loss of technology stocks has downgraded the S&P 500 during U.S. trading. On Monday, the continued rise in bond yields drew interest in stock growth. Meanwhile, investors are gathering on economic terms to bet on the return.

On Monday, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said in a statement that the central bank had "closely monitored the emergence of long-term securities." The yield of a European business declined in response to his remarks.

Salary also came from Manchester United and HG Hotels & Resorts on Tuesday. Data extraction comes from the UK, with a large number of eligible employment data. Italy releases December industrial data and final euro local currency figures in January should.