Stock Exchange: Europe remains sluggish after Wall Street, Milan -0.44%

Stock Exchange: Europe remains sluggish after Wall Street, Milan -0.44%
Stock Exchange: Europe remains sluggish after Wall Street, Milan -0.44%

MILAN, 23 JUN – European stock exchanges remain weak after the launch of Wall Street. The only counter-current remains London, which earns half a point. To break the equilibrium of the markets, the Pmi indices which, although positive, still weigh on the lists with Paris losing 0.27%, Frankfurt 0.33% and Madrid 0.36%. More or less on the same levels in Milan with the Ftse Mib which leaves 0.44% on the ground and holds well above 25 thousand points. At Piazza Affari, sales continue to weigh down Atlantia (-2%), Moncler (-1.78%), the latter together with the entire luxury sector after the cut of HSBC’s recommendations on Kering, Burberry and Richemont from ‘buy ‘(buy) to’ hold ‘. Among the other stocks under sale, Inwit (-1.7%). On the opposite side Tenaris (+ 1.42%) and Eni (+ 1.13%) with oil that is on the rise in New York where prices touch 74 dollars a barrel. The spread between btp and bund moves in the area of ​​105 points with the Italian ten-year yield at 0.88%. (HANDLE).

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