MILAN, 07 OCT – The main European stock exchanges consolidate the rise in the wake of the good trend in US trade (Dow Jones + 1.18% and Nasdaq + 1.29%) after the fall in unemployment benefits and in view of a solution to knot on raising the public debt ceiling. The further drop in gas prices (-14% to 99.98 euros per MWh in Amsterdam) does the rest. The best is confirmed Madrid (+ 2.03%), but Paris (+ 1.7%), Milan and Frankfurt (+ 1.5% both) are compacted, leaving London still a little behind (+1, 3%). The Spanish electricity producers Iberdrola (+ 5.46%) and Endesa (+ 4.42%) are on the cards, in view of the cancellation by the Madrid government of the previous measures to calm the increase in bills. Enel also benefits (+ 3.23%), the pink jersey in Piazza Affari together with Stellantis (+ 3.24%). The rivals Daimler (+ 3.24%), Renault (+ 2.98%) and Volkswagen (+ 2.48%) move in harmony with the Italo-Franco-American group. In no particular order were TotalEnergies (-0.2%), Eni (-0.87%), Bp (+ 0.61%) and Shell (+ 0.81%), with Wti crude down by 1 , 1% to 76.58 dollars a barrel. Sprint by Boliden (+ 5.85%), AngloAmerican (+ 5.5%), Antofagasta (+ 5.4%) and ArcelorMittal (+ 4.27%) driven by the jump in iron prices (+ 6.21% in 727 dollars a ton). In light of the banks Standard Chartered (+ 5.06%), Credit Agricole (+ 3.95%), Commerzbank (+ 3.2%) and, in Piazza Affari, Intesa (+ 1.86%) and Unicredit (+ 1.6%), with the spread between BTPs and German Bunds stable at 103.5 basis points and the yield down to 0.84%. (HANDLE).