Stock market: Europe in no particular order, confidence rises, Milan + 0.5%

Stock market: Europe in no particular order, confidence rises, Milan + 0.5%
Stock market: Europe in no particular order, confidence rises, Milan + 0.5%

(ANSA) – MILAN, JUN 07 – The main European stock exchanges are moving in no particular order after the unexpected rise in investor confidence in the EU, with the Sentix index rising from 21 to 28.1 points in June, beyond the estimate of 26 points. Milan (Ftse Mib + 0.5%) is confirmed in the lead ahead of Madrid (+ 0.27%) and London (+ 0.25%). Unchanged. Paris, Frankfurt on the other hand is weak (-0.06%) after the drop in factory orders in Germany. US futures were negative following the Treasury secretary’s wish to have a “slightly higher” interest rate. Weak crude oil (WTI -0.68% at 69.16 dollars a barrel), iron (-1.03% at 1.157 dollars a ton) and steel (-1.58% at 5.093 dollars a ton). The euro remained stable at $ 1,216, while the pound weakened to $ 1.41. The spread between BTPs and German Bunds rose to 108.6 points, with the yield on securities growing to 0.883%. In light of Unicredit banking (+ 2.69%) favored by Jefferies analysts, who recommend the purchase after raising the target price to 12.25 euros. Natwest (+ 2.22%), Barclays (+ 2%), Banco Bpm (+ 1.64%), Lloyds (+ 1.5%) and Bper (+ 1.3%) also did well, together with BBVA ( + 1.25%) and Caixabank (+ 1.06%). The drop was reduced by TotalEnergies (-0.35%), Shell (-0.12%) and Eni (-0.08%), while Bp was positive (+ 0.35%). Minus sign for Saipem (-1.2%), black jersey in Piazza Affari, while Stellantis (+ 1.47%), Cnh (+ 1.95%), Pirelli (+ 1.5%), Continental cars rise (+ 1.2%) and BMW (+ 1.05%). Slippage of the English holding company Iwg (-15.4%), on the estimates for the whole year, Edenred (+ 2.78%) did well, after the purchase recommendation of Deutsche Bank analysts. (HANDLE).

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