(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 11 – The main European stock exchanges are moving in no particular order awaiting the start of US trading.
American futures were positive, in continuity with the jump on the eve of the drop in overseas inflation. The best is Madrid (+ 0.75%), followed by Milan (+ 0.7%). Little move Frankfurt (+ 0.14%), Paris almost unchanged (-0.03%), London weak (-0.5%). The differential between German BTPs and ten-year Bunds fell to 204.8 points, with the annual yield down 5.9 points to 2.913%.
Crude oil picks up again (WTI + 1.16% to 92.96 dollars a barrel), despite the above-expected increase in US weekly stocks on the eve, while the gas rush continues (+ 5.18% to 216 euros at MWh) with the progress of storage throughout Europe in view of the winter. The prices of metals also increased, with the exception of aluminum (-0.04% to 2,489.5 dollars a ton). In particular, nickel runs (+ 4.31% to $ 22,490 per ton) followed by iron (+ 1.38% to $ 734.50 per ton). The dollar fell to 1.034 against the euro and 1.223 against the pound.
TotalEnergies (+ 2.31%), Eni (+ 1.45%), Bp (+ 1.21%) and Shell (+ 1.17%) stand out. Semiconductor manufacturers Ams-Osram (+ 2.16%), Asm (+ 1.31%) and Stm (+ 0.71%) are also in the spotlight.
Well Stellantis (+ 0.8%), Mercedes (+0.95) and Volkswagen (+ 0.75%).
Scivolone by Sanofi (-9.35%), Haleon (-6.98%) and Gsk (9.98%) for their exposure to the drug Zantac, accused in the US for possible carcinogenicity. (HANDLE).
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