Europe rises with US data, futures contracts down, Milan + 0.6%
Stock market: Europe increases with US data, futures contracts down, Milan + 0.6%
(ANSA) – Milan, May 20 – Major European stock markets improve after mixed US macroeconomic data. New claims for unemployment benefits fell to 444,000 units, while the Philly Fed index fell, beyond analysts’ estimates, to 31.5 points. In contrast, crude prices fell (WTI -0.9% to € 62.79), pending weekly US stocks. Non-gold metals are under pressure (+ 0.09% to $ 1,870.58 an ounce), and the spread between BTP and German bonds falls to 118.6 points, with the yield on the 10-year note falling by 3 points at 1.08%, still higher in any case. Similar Greek stocks (1.02%). Cryptocurrencies are trying to recover, as are the euro and the pound against the dollar. Milan (+ 0.6%) is better than Madrid (-0.05%) and London (+ 0.52%), while Paris (+ 0.88%) and Frankfurt (+ 0.98%) are more active. Bankers in Piazza Avari are playing their part, waiting for government decisions to facilitate bank mergers. Banco Bpm sells 2%, B 0.89%, while Mps (+ 0.45%) and Unicredit (+ 0.35%) are moving against the current. Positive commercial bank (+ 1%), Crédit Agricole (+ 0.9%) and Bnp (+ 0.77%). Kingfisher (+ 0.64%) held up at the end of the quarter, while BP oil (+ 0.73%), which launched a recruitment campaign for offshore wind farms, Shell (-0.25%) , Eni (-0.5%) and Repsol (-0.45%)). Tim (-0.6%) fell back after the quarter in line with analysts’ expectations and industrial plan expectations. Car manufacturers Daimler (+ 2.72%), supported by truck sales estimates, Volkswagen (+ 1.68%), favoring the purchase recommendation of Citigroup, and Stellantis (+ 1.47%), on the long wave of agreement with Foxconn and beyond auto sales in Europe. (manipulate).
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