(ANSA) – MILAN, June 09 – European stock exchanges weaken in mid-session, waiting for tomorrow’s decisions of the ECB and data on American inflation, on the basis of which to measure the probability of a future reduction in Fed aid. Milan lost 0.3%, Frankfurt 0.8%, London 0.6% and Paris 0.2%, in the wake of the weak closing of the Asian stock exchanges, which saw Chinese producer prices soar while those at consumption hold. Futures on Wall Street did not move as the dollar fell against major currencies and Treasury yields fell 3 basis points to 1.5%. BTP yields are also down by 4 basis points, with traders not expecting announcements on the reduction of stimulus measures from the ECB. The stocks of insurance companies (-1.3% the Stoxx index for the sector), banks (-1.2%) and raw materials (-0.9%) suffer on the lists. In Piazza Affari, Buzzi Unicem (-1.5%), Ferrari (-1.4%), which appointed the new CEO, Moncler (-1.3%), Stellantis (-1.3%), Eni ( -1.1%) and Tim (-1%) while Nexi (+ 2.4%), A2A (+ 1.4%), Exor (+ 1.2%) and WeBuild (+ 1.2%) shine . (HANDLE).