Market information Wednesday January 6th 2016

Inflation in the euro zone remained unchanged in December compared with November. The prices of consumer goods were 0.2% higher compared with a year earlier, Eurostat reports. Also the core inflation remained unchanged at 0.9% compared with November.

Chinese stock markets closed higher today. The CSI 300 index is quoted 1.75% higher. The increase is a result of the extension of the ban to major shareholders on selling their shareholdings. This measure has been in effect since last autumn and was to expire Friday. The authorities are working on legislation intended to prevent major shareholders selling their shares in large tranches, reports Shanghai Securities News.

Yesterday, Oil prices fell to USD 35.97 (WTI). Mainly caused by the economic developments in China and the tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

The 6M Euribor remained unchanged at -0.04%. The 10Y Swap decreased by 4 bp to 0.90%.

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