Stock Exchange: Europe reduces rise, US futures good, Milan + 1.2%

Gas Russo Brunetta:

(ANSA) – MILAN, APRIL 28 – The main European stock exchanges reduce their rise after Banklitalia Governor Ignazio Visco’s forecast of a possible rise in ECB rates “in the third quarter or at the end of the year”. However, the impulse of the quarterly reports of some large groups and the progress of US futures continues, especially on the Nasdaq (+ 1.9%), in view of the American quarterly GDP. Milan earns 1.2%, Paris (+ 1.39%) does little better, followed by Frankfurt (+ 1.23%), London (+ 0.97%) and Madrid (+ 0.33%). Account effect on Mercedes (+ 2.55%), Total-Energies (+ 3.68%), Glencore (+ 1.73%), Schneider Electric (+ 1.15%), Capgemini (+ 3.46%) and Stm (+ 1.97%), among the 70 companies announcing their quarterly reports today.

In the oil field, Eni leaps (+ 1.95%), which is evaluating the gas payment systems in view of the deadlines of mid-May. Crude oil rose (Wti + 0.34% to 102.38 dollars per barrel), while gas was weak (-2.96% to 104.25 euros per MWh). In Piazza Affari runs Coima Res (+ 20.61%), which still trades at 9.89 euros, under the 10 euros offered by Evergreen. (HANDLE).

Source: Ansa

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