(Teleborsa) – European stock exchanges more toned than Pazza Affari, which proceeds in small steps. To power the small weekend rebound concurs the ECB, which confirmed a slowdown in purchases through the PEPP, but gave no signs of wanting to withdraw monetary stimulus.
No significant change for theEuro / US dollar, which trades on the eve of 1.185. Slight increase inoro, which rises to $ 1,801.4 an ounce. Euphoric session for crude oil, with oil (Light Sweet Crude Oil) showing a 1.60% jump.
Slightly up spread, which is positioned at +104 basis points, with a timid increase of 2 basis points, with the yield of the 10-year BTP equal to 0.69%.
Among the Euroland indices moderately positive day for Frankfurt, which rises by a fractional + 0.33%, sitting without momentum for London, reflecting a moderate increase of 0.36%, and small step forward for Paris, which shows a progress of 0.42%.
No significant changes for the Milanese list, with the FTSE MIB which stands on the eve of 25,947 points; on the same line, the parity moves around FTSE Italia All-Share, which continues the day at 28,579 points.
Almost unchanged the FTSE Italia Mid Cap (-0.16%); on the same trend, on the levels of the eve of the FTSE Italia Star (-0,05%).
Between best Italian stocks large-cap, in light STMicroelectronics, with a large increase of 1.31%.
Positive trend for BPER, which is up by a decent + 1.27%.
Well bought Exor, which marks a sharp rise of 1.23%.
Italian post advances by 1.05%.
The strongest sales, on the other hand, show up on Inwit, which continues trading at -1.40%.
Atlantia drops by 1.27%.
Decline for Snam, which marks a -1.21%.
Under pressure A2A, with a sharp decline of 1.10%.
At the top among Italian stocks a mid cap, Banca Ifis (+2,96%), Ferragamo (+1,59%), De ‘Longhi (+1,07%) e Garofalo Health Care (+1,03%).
The strongest declines, however, occur on IGD, which continues the session with -2.92%.
Sensitive losses for Esprinet, down 2.86%.
Suffers Tod’s, which shows a loss of 1.98%.
Prey of the sellers Unieuro, with a decrease of 1.76%.