(ANSA) – MILAN, 08 APR – Positive European stock exchanges in the final, starting from Milan (+ 2%). Followed by Madrid (+ 1.5%), Frankfurt, London and Paris (+ 1.4% all). The differential between German BTPs and Bunds fell to 164.9 points, with the Italian ten-year annual yield rising 2.4 points to 2.355%. Mixed indices in New York (Dow Jones + 0.7% and Nasdaq -0.36%) after macro data worse than estimates, with inventories on the rise (+ 2.5% against the previous + 1.2%) and slowing sales (+ 1.7% against the previous 5%) among wholesalers.
Moscow was weak (-1.45%), with the Russian currency reversing its course against the euro, which rose by 5.05% to 90.44 rubles, of the dollar, (+ 0.19% to 75.88 rubles) and pound sterling (+ 0.05% to 98,819 rubles).
In light of the banks starting from Banco Bpm (+ 10.24%), following the purchase of 9.18% by Credit Agricole (-0.19%). An operation that has also turned the spotlight on Bps (+ 4.44%), which since last December has been a joint stock company.
Brilliant Santander (+ 2.81%) and Barclays (+ 2.9%). Eni (+ 3.73%), Shell (+ 3.62%), BP (+ 3.15%) and TotalEnergies (+ 1.45%) oil increased, with crude oil resisting (Wti +0.05 % to 96.05 dollars a barrel) without particular jolts. Rebound the automakers BMW (+ 2%), Stellantis (+ 1.85%) and Volkswagen (+ 1.8%). A minus sign for Volvo (-0.68%), which announced a negative impact from the war in Ukraine for the first quarter. (HANDLE).
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