Stock Exchange: Europe confirms rebound after ECB minutes, Milan + 1.3%

Stock Exchange: Europe confirms rebound after ECB minutes, Milan + 1.3%
Stock Exchange: Europe confirms rebound after ECB minutes, Milan + 1.3%

MILAN, 09 JUL – European stock exchanges essentially unchanged after the publication of the minutes of the ECB of the last meeting in June. The indices confirm the rebound with the area index, the Stoxx 600, which rises by almost one point with the evidence of raw materials, real estate and financials. Among the individual squares in light Paris (+ 1.69%) and Milan (+ 1.3%). A step back Frankfurt (+ 0.92%) London (+ 0.74%) where the pharmaceutical Vectura (+ 18% at 153.6p) is running, above the 150p per share offered by Philip Morris. Futures on Wall Street rose as well as oil at 73.6 dollars a barrel. The spread between BTP and Bund is down to 105 basis points with the Italian ten-year yield at 0.747%. On the foreign exchange front, the euro is stable at 1.1862 dollars. In Piazza Affari the evidence remains of the banks with Banco Bpm gaining 4% and, subsequently, Mediobanca (+ 2.93%) and Unicredit (+ 2%). Good pace then for Stm (+ 2.7%), Cnh (+ 2.65%), Leonardo (+ 2.33%). While Amplifon pays duty (-5.2%) as well as Sonova, GN Store, Demant in the wake of an executive order from President Joe Biden which aims to lower the prices of prescription drugs and this also includes hearing aids that can be sold over the counter of pharmacies. (HANDLE).

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