In the pre-opening, the indices of the Old Continent did not show a definite trend. Today's session should be divided into two parts. The first, in the morning, should be characterized by some tranquility with investors following the trend of state yields. The second part of the session will begin with the publication of the results of US banks and the spread of inflation in the US. The latter figure is expected to have an impact on European yields and consequently on the stocks of the Old Continent. Debt markets are highly interdependent, so an increase in yields in the US (if the consumer price index indicates higher inflation) will have an impact on European debt interest rates, which in turn will have an impact stocks in this region. The evolution of yields, more precisely, the differential between US and European interest rates, has been one of the variables that has conditioned the Euro / Dollar exchange rate. In recent weeks, the Euro has appreciated not only against the Dollar, which began to weigh on the European export sector. Today, it was reported that sales in Europe grew only 2.10% in June (compared to June 2016). The country with the highest growth was Italy, which contrasts with the falls in Germany and the United Kingdom. In the latter country, uncertainty over Brexit and the devaluation of Libra (which makes imported vehicles more expensive) has inhibited buyers. The strongest brands were Toyota (+ 13% of sales) and Fiat (+ 7.90%).