In the pre-opening, the European markets negotiated with contained gains. For political and economic reasons, today was the most awaited by investors because of the elections in the UK and the ECB meet, as well as the testimony of the former FBI director fired by President Trump. With regard to the legislative elections in England, it should be remembered that although the legislature should only end in 2020, Prime Minister Theresa May called early elections in order to reinforce her majority in Parliament and, consequently, her internal position in the conduct of the Brexit process. The polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 10:00 p.m. Regarding the possible reactions of the market to the outcome of the elections, opinions are divided. A minority victory of Congressmen or an indefinite result would, according to some investors, increase political uncertainty but on the other hand would increase the likelihood of a more conciliatory stance of the UK in the process of leaving the EU, called Soft Brexit. A victory for Theresa May would make the future English politician more crystalline but would reinforce the likelihood of a more intransigent UK position, dubbed Hard Brexit. Concerning the ECB meeting in Tallinn (Estonia), no changes are expected in the current monetary conditions, but there is an expectation of the statements made by Mario Draghi in order to try to gauge the future performance of the ECB. Markets are therefore awaiting news on macroeconomic forecasts. The big question is what will be the rhythm of monetary policy normalization, which will first happen by reducing the asset purchase program and later by the increase of the leading rates.