In the pre-opening, the European indices traded without great variations. The Euro was trading at a slight rise, which should exert pressure on European markets. Yesterday, it should be noted that 10-year German yields were trading again at levels below 0.50%. Now, if German yields remain below 0.50%, the odds, from a technical point of view, of a yield decline are higher than a rise. With regard to the Euro, the most relevant is not so much the German interest rates, but its comparison with the American ones. While the decline in US yields is more pronounced than that of the German bunds, the trend will be for the Euro to appreciate, with all other factors remaining constant. In sectoral terms, the car should deserve a particular highlight. Having been one of the driving forces behind European (and especially German) markets in recent years, in recent months this sector has been under sales pressure as a result of the scandals of pollutant gas emissions, the strength of the Euro and the drop in sales in Europe, After 6 years of expansion.