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Stock exchange: eurobond hypothesis pushes only Madrid and Milan (+ 3%)

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(ANSA) – MILAN, 08 MAR – The hypothesis of Eurobonds being studied in Brussels, with the possible announcement after the next European summit in Versailles on 10 and 11 March, only pushes southern European price lists. Madrid and Milan earn 3% and Lisbon 2.5%. Paris (+ 1.64%) and Frankfurt (+ 1.41%) are more cautious, London unchanged, while the differential between Italian BTPs and German Bunds drops to 148 points, with the Italian annual yield down 5.1 points all ‘1.539% and the German one up by 8 points to 0.05%.

Positive US futures pending trade balance, sales and inventories. The anticipation of the API on weekly crude oil stocks is also on the way.

The run of crude oil continues, with the WTI barrel at 122.26 dollars (+ 2.36%) and the Brent at 126.58 (+ 2.74%), while gas reverses its course (-1.58% at 223.61 euros per MWh). The euro recovered to 1.087 dollars and 0.828 pounds. The ruble recovered slightly to 136.05 against the greenback, down instead to 149.04 against the euro.

On the rise the banks Unicredit (+ 7.16%), SocGen (+ 6.72%), Bper (+ 6.32%), Bnp (+ 6.17%), Commerzbank (+ 6.01%), Banco Bpm (++ 3.63%) and Intesa (+ 2.78%). The race for the Tim asset continues in Piazza Affari (+ 9%), while in the energy field the service companies Saipem (+ 3.23%) and Tenaris (+ 4.21%) stand out. Purchases also on TotalEnergies (+ 2.27%), more cautious BP (+ 1.13%) and Eni (+ 1%), Shell down (-0.29%) after the purchase of Russian oil.

The automakers Stellantis (+ 2.03%) and Volvo (+ 2.66%) start again, Leonardo little move (+ 0.6%), the other titles in the aerospace sector do well, from Rolls Royce (+ 4.93%) to Thales (+ 2.66%) and Airbus (+ 2.16%). Minus sign for Antofagasta (-2.3%), Rio Tinto (-2.11%), and Anglo American (-0.75%) mining and quarrying companies after the blocking of nickel trading by the London Metal Exchange . (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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