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Stock market: positive Europe awaits Wall Street, Milan +0.6% - Breaking news

2024-02-12T13:24:58.950Z

Highlights: The European stock markets are moving on a positive note in view of the start of Wall Street where futures are falling. Government bond yields are falling sharply with investors ready to bet on an easing of monetary policy by central banks. In this context, we await the inflation data in the United States scheduled for tomorrow. The Euro falls to 1.0767 against the dollar. The Stoxx 600 index lost 0.2%. Milan (+0.6%), Madrid (+ 0.5%), Paris and Frankfurt (-0.3%) and London (0.1%) increased.


The European stock markets are moving in positive territory in view of the start of Wall Street where futures are falling. (HANDLE)


The European stock markets are moving on a positive note in view of the start of Wall Street where futures are falling.

Government bond yields are falling sharply with investors ready to bet on an easing of monetary policy by central banks.

In this context, we await the inflation data in the United States scheduled for tomorrow.

The Euro falls to 1.0767 against the dollar.


    The Stoxx 600 index lost 0.2%.

Milan (+0.6%), Madrid (+0.5%), Paris and Frankfurt (+0.3%) and London (+0.1%) increased.

Lists are supported by the real estate sector (+1.2%) and utilities (+0.9%), with the latter looking at the drop in the price of gas.

In Amsterdam prices drop by 4% to 26 euros per megawatt hour.

Energy is also advancing (+0.3%), with oil in sharp decline.

The WTI lost 1% to 76 dollars a barrel and Brent recorded a decline of 1.1% to 81.3 dollars.


    On the government bond front, the spread between BTPs and Bunds continues at 155 points, with the yield on the Italian 10-year bond falling by seven basis points to 3.88% and the German one dropping 4 points to 2.33%.

Spain fell by six points to 3.29% and Greece by five points to 3.43%.


    On Piazza Affari, Tod's jumped (+18%) to 42.90 euros, after the takeover bid launched by Crown Bidco at 43 euros per share, while Saras saw a sharp decline (-4.1%) to 1.72 euros, close of 1.75 euros set by Vitol to acquire the 35% share from the Moratti family.

Saipem (+4.4%), Tim (+2.7%), with the sale of Sparkle and Netco and in view of the accounts, Cucinelli (+2.6%) is running in the main list.

Amplifon (-1%), Mediobanca (-0.9%) and A2a and Bper (-0.5%) slip.


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