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Exchange: Europe in no particular order, weak futures, Milan -0.6%

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Scrapping does not hit targets, collections stopped at 18 billion (ANSA)

(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 09 – The main European stock exchanges are moving in no particular order pending the launch of the US lists, whose futures are in decline. Frankfurt (-0.95%) and Milan (-0.6%) are the worst, preceded by Paris (-0.35%), London (+ 0.05%) and Madrid (+ 0.14%). The cost of labor in the US rose above the estimates (+ 10.8% against the + 9.5% expected), the index on economic confidence and the American Petroleum Institute’s forecasts on weekly crude oil stocks are on the way. The latter is moving up (Wti + 1.22% to 91.87 dollars a barrel and + 1.29% at 97.9 dollars a barrel).

Consumer price indices for July in China, Germany, Italy and the USA are expected tomorrow, where the monthly balance of the federal budget will be published.

In Piazza Affari there are Bper (+ 1.58%), Eni (+ 1.29%), Tenaris (+ 1.21%), and Generali (+ 0.93%). On the other hand, Stm (-2.86%), Pirelli (-2.59%), Interpump (-2.42%), Stellantis 8-1.76%) and Iveco (-1.48%) weigh. Uneducated Unicredit (-0.31%) and Banco Bpm (-0.23%), flat Intesa 8 + 0.03%). In the rest of Europe, purchases from TotalEnergies (+ 2.17%), Bp (+ 1.98%) and Shell (+ 1.56%). The microprocessor manufacturers ams-Osram (-5.65%) and Infineon (-3.05%) weigh in. Minus sign for Volkswagen (-1.26%), Renault (-1%) and BMW (-0.83%), brilliant bankers Standard Chartered (+ 2.17%) and HSBC (+ 1.61%) ). Bbva did well (+ 0.88%), Sabadell (+ 0.42%) and NarWewst (+ 0.31%) were more cautious. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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