Stock Exchange: Europe in no particular order after Wall Street, flat Milan
(ANSA) – MILAN, NOVEMBER 17 – European stock exchanges continue in no particular order after the start of decline on Wall Street. The attention of the markets is focused on the increase in coronavirus infections and possible containment measures. The issue of rising commodity prices is taking hold with gas marking new increases and while the ECB has released the report on financial stability.
The stoxx 600 area index increased by 0.2%. On the rise Paris and Frankfurt (+ 0.1%), London (-0.4%), Madrid (-0.3%) while Milan is flat (+ 0.03%). Energy weighs on the price lists (-0.8%), with gas still rising. In Amsterdam the price rises by 6.5% to 100 euros per Mwh. In London, 252 pennies per Mmbtu, the British thermal unit equivalent to 28.26 cubic meters, grew by 5%. WTI crude oil drops by 0.9% to 80.06 dollars a barrel and Brent oil to 81.98 dollars (-0.56%). Negative performance also for Tlc (-0.5%) and utilities (-0.1%). Information technology (+ 0.6%) and pharmaceuticals (+ 0.2%) are on the rise.
Diasorin (-4.5%), Nexi (-3.9%) and Amplifon (-2.8%) slip into Piazza Affari. On the Ferrari shields (+ 2.7%) and Prysmian (-2.5%). Campari (+ 1.7%) and Stm (+ 0.8%) also did well. (HANDLE).
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