Unchanged it spread, which stands at +191 basis points, with the 10-year BTP yield settling at 1.47%.
Among the main European stock exchanges small step forward for Frankfurt, which shows a 0.55% progress, good ideas on London, which shows a large advantage of 0.88%, and well set Paris, which shows an increase of 1.05%.
A shower of purchases on the Milanese list, which shows a 1.75% gain on the FTSE MIBcontinuing the positive streak that began last Friday; along the same line, the FTSE Italia All-Share, which reaches 19,947 points. Turn up the FTSE Italia Mid Cap (+ 1.66%), like the FTSE Italia Star (2.5%).
food (+ 4.20%), household goods (+ 4.14%) e technology (+ 3.55%) in good light on the Milanese price list.
Among the best Blue Chips of Piazza Affari, it shines Ferragamo, with a strong increase (+ 13.33%).
Excellent performance for Juventus, which recorded a 4.77% progress.
Exploit of Saipem, which shows a 4.49% rise.
Turn up Campari (+ 4.35%).
Between best titles in the FTSE MidCap, MARR (+ 7.17%), Bank MPS (+ 7.10%), Banca Popolare di Sondrio (+ 6.66%) e Saras (+ 5.70%).
The strongest sales, however, show up ASTM, which continues trading at -1.88%.
Suffer Garofalo Health Care, which shows a loss of 1.65%.
Prey of sellers Ivs Group, with a decrease of 1.31%.
Tentenna Iren, which yields 0.90%.
Between macroeconomic variables of greater weight, in Germany will be announced the data on Consumer Prices at 14:00 this afternoon which, according to analysts, will be 0.6%. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures changes in the prices of goods and services purchased by consumers over a predefined period.
The United States is expected diffusion of the GDP data, expected this afternoon at 2.30 pm (expected value: -4.8%). GDP – Gross Domestic Product – indicates the value of goods and services produced in a year by a country’s economy. It is an important indicator of the state of the economy.
Markets are awaiting US Durable Goods Orders (the previous was -14.4%), expected this afternoon after 2.30pm, for which analysts estimate -19%. Durable Goods Orders reflect changes in new factory orders to domestic suppliers for immediate and future delivery of durable goods.
(AGI) 28-05-2020 01:00