(ANSA) – MILAN, 08 MAR – The hypothesis of Eurobonds being studied in Brussels to cope with higher military and energy expenditure in Europe following the Russian invasion of Ukraine only partially pushes European price lists. In particular, southern financial centers such as Madrid (+ 2.77%), Milan (+ 2.33%) and Lisbon (+ 1.91%) are rising. Paris (+ 1%) and Frankfurt (+ 0.7%), down London (-0.1%) and Zuriugo (-1%), were more cautious, I came from the European Union. The differential between Italian BTPs and German Bunds settled at 150 points, with the Italian annual yield down by 1.5 points to 1.576% and the German yield up by 8.9 points to 0.06%.
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 122.89 dollars (+ 2.9%) and the Brent at 127.5834 (+ 3.3%), while gas reverses its course (-10.22% at 203.9 euros per MWh).
Bankers Soc Gen (+ 8.63%), Unicredit (+ 7.6%), Bper (+ 6.99%), Bnp (+ 6.56%), Commerzbank (+ 7%), Banco Bpm increased (+ 7.03%) and Intesa (+ 5.03%). The race for Tim assets continues in Piazza Affari (+ 7%), while in the energy field Saipem (+ 4.9%) and Tenaris (+ 2.6%) stand out. Purchases also on TotalEnergies (+ 1.55%), Bp (+ 1.85%) and Eni (+ 1.34%), down by Shell (-0.29%) which announced the gradual withdrawal from Russia in tune with the decisions of the Governments. (HANDLE).