Stock market continues weak in a cautious European panorama

Stock market continues weak in a cautious European panorama

(Finance) – The indices of Piazza Affari and the other main European stock exchanges are all negative, that trading continues under the banner of caution, in view of tomorrow’s release of the US inflation data. Price growth will give some more indications on the Fed’s next moves, even if expectations for rate cuts have significantly reduced and are not expected before June.

Also on the calendar this week ECB meeting, from which no further news is expected on the subject of monetary policy and interest rates.

On the corporate font4e there are some positive ideas, especially in tech clothing, after the maxi financing of the Taiwanese chip giant TSMC for the construction of a plant in Arizona.

Substantially stable theEuro / US Dollar, which continues the session at the levels of the day before and stops at 1.087. Plus sign forgold, which shows an increase of 0.74%. No significant changes for the oil market, with oil (Light Sweet Crude Oil) settling at the values ​​of the day before at 86.48 dollars per barrel.

Downhill it spreadwhich retreats to +135 basis points, with a decrease of 3 basis points, while the ten-year BTP reports a yield of 3.72%.

In the European stock market scenario sharp decline for Frankfurtwhich marks -0.84%, without momentum Londonwhich trades with +0.02%, and a slow day for Pariswhich marks a decline of 0.64%.

In Piazza Affari, the FTSE MIB it is decreasing (-0.81%) and stands at 34,039 points; on the same line, it moves in reverse FTSE Italia All-Sharewhich slips to 36,245 points.

Just below par FTSE Italia Mid Cap (-0.35%); as well, under parity the FTSE Italia Starwhich shows a decline of 0.46%.

Among the best Blue Chips of Piazza Affari, well bought DiaSorinwhich marks a strong increase of 1.96%.

Resistant Stellantiswhich marks a small increase of 1.27%.

Telecom Italia advances by 0.95%.

It is moving modestly upwards STMicroelectronicshighlighting an increase of 0.90%.

The strongest sales, however, occur at Leonardowhich continues trading at -7.13%.

Letter about Ivecowhich recorded a significant drop of 5.01%.

Under pressure MPS Bankwith a sharp decline of 2.86%.

He suffers Brunello Cucinelliwhich highlights a loss of 2.56%.

At the top of the mid-cap stocks ranking of Milan are notable SOL (+5.72%) e Ifis Bank (+3.47%) after the promotion of Equita.

Good too Fincantieri (+2.93%) in the wake of a maxi order for 4 cruise ships, e Caltagirone (+1.54%).

The worst is the Juventuswhich marks -2.57%.

Prey for sellers MortgagesOnlinewith a decrease of 2.23%.

They focus on sales BFF Bankwhich suffers a decline of 2.02%.

Sales up Philogenwhich recorded a decline of 1.69%.