Stock Exchange: Europe reduces the rise, accounts effect, Milan + 0.1%

Stock Exchange: Europe reduces the rise, accounts effect, Milan + 0.1%
Stock Exchange: Europe reduces the rise, accounts effect, Milan + 0.1%

(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 05 – European stock exchanges reduce their rise due to the quarterly earnings at the end of the morning. Archived the ECB bulletin, German factory orders and French industrial production in June, investors look to the UK, where the Boe is about to announce its rate decision, currently at 0.1%. Paris (+ 0.4%) is confirmed in the lead followed by Milan (+ 0.1%) and Frankfurt (+ 0.01%). London (-0.16%) and Madrid (-0.31%) are slightly down. The spread between BTPs and Bunds fell to 103.5 points. US futures are positive pending the requests for unemployment benefits, the trade balance and the Fed’s Christopher Weller speech. Crude oil turns up (WTI + 0.04% at 68.19 dollars a barrel) while appearing mixed iron (-2.79% to $ 906.5 a ton) and steel (+ 1.34% to $ 5,431 a ton). The dollar remained stable at 1.18 against the euro, rising to 109.61 yen, while weak at 1.39 against the pound. Account effect on Prosieben (-4.3%), Bayer (-5.08%) and Adidas (-4.71%). Continental (-2.02%) and Tenaris (-1.07%) are also down for the same reason, while Interpump is running (+ 1.48%). Ferrari did well (+ 2.05%), pushed by Bloomberg analysts. (HANDLE).

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Stock Exchange Europe reduces rise accounts effect Milan

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