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Stock Exchange: Europe strengthens, US futures good, Milan + 0.7%

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The main European stock exchanges strengthened after a positive start to the session. US futures rose by almost one percentage point, while the differential between German 10-year BTPs and Bunds fell to 215.6 points, with the Italian annual yield growing by 7.3 points to 3.33%. The best is London (+ 1.3%), followed by Frankfurt (+ 1.13%), Paris and Milan (+ 1.1% both) and Madrid (+ 0.9%).
US crude oil is brought back to 100 dollars per barrel (WTI + 2.67% to 2100.2 dollars), while gas increases by 3.4% to 165 euros per MWh in Amsterdam. Steel slows down (+ 0.16% to $ 3,170 per ton), while silver accelerates (+ 2.73% to $ 18.94 per ounce). On the currency front, the recovery of the euro is confirmed, which exceeds 1.01 dollars and the pound sterling, which rises to 1.195 dollars.
The rise in crude oil drives Shell (+ 3.77%), BP (+ 3.42%), TotalEnergies (+ 2.8%) and Eni (+ 2.07%). Tenaris did well (+ 3.32%), while Saipem still suffers (-2.1%), which successfully closed the € 2 billion capital increase, necessary to support the relaunch plan.
Stellantis is highlighted (+ 2.14%) in the automotive field, which announced the cessation of its allenaza with the Chinese Gac, which will involve the importation of Jeep-branded vehicles into the Celestial Empire. Volkswagen (+ 2%) and Renault (+ 1.57%) also did well. In light of the semiconductor producers Nordic (+ 1.99%) and Asml Holding (+ 1.49%) unlike Stm (-0.36%) in Piazza Affari and Paris. Beijing’s commitment to supporting growth in China pushes the luxury sector starting with Richemont (+ 2.94%) and Burberry (+ 2.65%), followed by Moncler (+ 0.97%) in Milan. In the banking sector, Banco Bpm (+ 3.71%), Intesa (+ 3.22%), Commerzbank (+ 3.07%), Unicredit (+ 2.4%) and SocGen (+ 2.13%) are awarded . (HANDLE).

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