FAST FIVE: Futures Bounce After BOJ Jawbone; Traders Remain On Edge Ahead Of Payrolls
Corbion shares fall as much as 10%, the most in almost a year, after results from the Dutch supplier of lactic acid that ING describes as “bittersweet.” Argenx shares drop as much as 8.6%, the most since July 30, extending losses for a fourth consecutive day following worse than expected earnings on Thursday.
However, since the market open Oil & Gas has been choppy but the energy (+1.5%) sub-sector remains firmer.
However, the growth target was on the softer-side of analyst estimates for the figure.
In other news, Hungary increased their restrictions, including the closure of primary schools for a month until April 7 and most shops from March 8 to 22.
Looking at yesterday's economic data, the Euro Area unemployment rate remained at 8.1% in January (vs.