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Stock Exchange: Europe does well with Wall Street, Milan stands out with accounts

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Ferrari accounts well, revenues and profit increase (ANSA)

(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 03 – European stock exchanges continue at a good pace after the decisive start of Wall Street, with investors breathing a sigh of relief at the conclusion of the visit of the speaker of the American Chamber, Nancy Pelosi, to Taiwan , at the origin of strong tensions between China and the US. Milan advanced by 0.8%, ahead of Paris (+ 0.6%), Frankfurt (+ 0.4%) and London (+ 0.3%) while also in New York futures are positive.

Oil stops the race, which eliminates the increases achieved after the mini increase in production decided by OPEC +, with the wti returning to 94.5 dollars a barrel and the brent that flattens towards 100 while gas is low moved on the market in Amsterdam at 204. The BTP-Bund spread folds back to 215, down by 8 basis points, while the Italian ten-year yield is steady at 3.05%, in a context of generalized sales for securities of the Eurozone and US Treasuries, which discount the aggressive stance on rates expressed by James Bullard.

Banco Bpm (+ 4.8%), Bper (+ 4.2%) and Pirelli (+ 3.5%) run on the Milanese list, awaiting the accounts that will be announced today and tomorrow. Purchases on Diasorin (+ 4.3%) and Mediolanum (+ 4.7%) after convincing quarterly reports While Tim snaps (+ 3.9%) on Bloomberg indiscretions for a possible increase in the 2022 outlook. Amplifon and Saipem advance 2.7%. Sales on Interpump (-2.2%), Campari (-0.9%) and Italgas (-0.9%). Tod’s jumped 20.2% to 40.18 euros, just above the price of the offer announced by the Della Valle family. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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