(Teleborsa) – The markets of the Old Continent closed on the rise while investors continue to question the next moves by global central banks, as the global economy begins to show the first signs of fatigue. There Federal Reserve could be the first to launch the tapering, or the reduction of support for the economy. There ECBslightly reduced the pace of stock purchases last week. In the background, then, the attention remains on the trend of pandemic and its impact on global growth.
On the currency market, theEuro / US dollar, which continues the session on the eve of the levels and stops at 1.181. L’Oro shows a timid gain, with a progress of 0.43%. Oil (Light Sweet Crude Oil), on the rise (+ 1.1%), reaches 70.49 dollars per barrel.
It Spread it takes a small step downwards, with a decrease of 1.54% to +102 basis points, while the yield of the 10-year BTP stands at 0.68%.
Among the main European stock exchanges modest performance for Frankfurt, showing a moderate upside of 0.59%, resistant London, which marks a small increase of 0.58%, and little movement Paris, which shows a + 0.2%. In Piazza Affari, the FTSE MIB ended the day with an increase of 0.93%, to 25,926 points; along the same lines, the FTSE Italia All-Share it gained 0.77% compared to the previous session, closing at 28,515 points.
On the Milan Stock Exchange, the turnover in today’s session was equal to 1.84 billion euros, down by 268.2 million euros, compared to 2.11 billion on the eve of the day; volumes stood at 0.43 billion shares, compared to the previous 0.57 billion.
Out of 439 shares traded in Piazza Affari, 183 ended the session with a decline, while the increases were 221. The remaining 35 shares remained unchanged.
Top of the ranking of the most important titles of Milan, we find Saipem (+3,92%), Tenaris (+3,44%), Banca Generali (+2,67%) e Pirelli (+2,58%).
The strongest declines, on the other hand, occurred on DiaSorin, which closed the session at -4.61%.
Dramatic sitting for Amplifon, which falls by 4.19%.
Small loss for Moncler, which trades with a -0.98%.
He hesitates Ferrari, which yields 0.86%.
Among the protagonists del FTSE MidCap, Saras (+4,34%), Sanlorenzo (+4,19%), ENAV (+2,45%) e Mayor Tecnimont (+2,43%).
Stronger sales, on the other hand, fell on GVS, which ended trading at -7.95%.
Sensitive losses for Tod’s, down 6.70%.
In apnea the Doria, which fell by 5.59%.
Thud of Esprinet, which shows a drop of 3.46%.