(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 23 – The main European stock exchanges appear uncertain in the end, with the exception of Milan (Ftse Mib + 1%), with the US indices contrasting (Dow Jones -0.45%, Nasdaq + 0.14%) .
Weak Frankfurt (-0.2%), Paris (-0.3%), London (-0.65%) and Madrid (-0.75%). The differential between German BTPs and ten-year Bunds starts to rise again, reaching 233.3 points, with the Italian annual yield increasing by 3.4 points to 3.644%. The euro and the dollar remain unchanged, while WTI crude oil is advancing (+ 3.81% to 93.81 dollars per barrel) pending the advances on US inventories and on the hypothesis of a cut in production by the countries of the ‘Opec. Natural gas in Amsterdam remained stable below 270 euros per MWh (-2.98% to 268.75 euros).
They run Saipem (+ 10.4%), Tenaris (+ 8.53%), Eni (+ 4.52%), Shell (+ 3.25%), TotalEnergies (+ 3.1%) and Bp (+2 , 22%). In light of the mining-mining and iron and steel industries ArcelorMittal (+ 3.11%), Anglo American (+ 2.56%) and Glencore (+ 2.17%), driven by metal prices. Well Porsche (+ 2.2%), ahead of Volkswagen (+ 2%), in view of the imminent listing of the sports car manufacturer Porsche Ag. Also highlighted by BMW (+ 2.1%), Stellantis (+1 , 5%) and Mercedes (+ 1.4%). Brilliant in Piazza Affari Intesa (+ 1.95%), Bper (+ 1.9%), Unicredit (+ 1.5%) and Banco Bpm (+ 1.45%). Followed by Sabadell (+ 1.25%) and SocGen (+ 0.57%), in contrast to Commerzbank (-1.15%) (ANSA).