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Stock Exchange: Europe slows down with US futures, eyes on Fed Milano -0.5%

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The risk of poverty increases in Italy, to 20.1% in 2021 (ANSA)

(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 26 – The main European stock exchanges are holding back at the end of the morning, awaiting signals from the Fed’s Jackson Hole symposium. Just today President Jerome Powell takes the floor and will give more or less explicit indications on the future moves of the US Central Bank. Apart from London (+ 0.04%) Madrid (-0.14%), Paris (-0.25%), Frankfurt (-0.3%) and Milan (-0.5%) fall below par. US futures were negative.

The differential between Italian BTPs and German ten-year Bunbd rises to 229.3 points, with the Italian annual yield rising by 11.1 points to 3.647%.

The rise in crude oil (Wti + 1.13% to 93.56 dollars per barrel), corresponds to the decline in natural gas (-2.93% to 312 euros per MWh for futures on September in Amsterdam), which is however reported on levels closer to the record of yesterday’s close at € 321.4. TotalEnergies (+ 0.41%), BP (+ 0.21%) and Shell (+ 0.07%) on the one hand and Eni (-0.82%) on the other were in contrast.

Positive were the banks Commerzbank Sabadell (+ 1.7%), Commerzbank (+1.15), SocGen (+ 1%), Hsbc (+ 0.7%) and Santander (+ 0.6%). The Unicredit parity (+ 0.1%) held up, while Banco Bpm remained unchanged, while Bper (-0.23%) and Intesa (-0.46%) were weak. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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