Stocks today 5th july. Price listings are in sharp decline, Piazza Afari losing 2.99%. EUR minimum 20 years

Milan – Negative European stock market session burdened by the negative day on Wall Street, concern about the risks of a recession, due to the weakness of the euro, which slips below $1.03, to its lowest level in 20 years. Milan leaves 2.99% on the ground, London 2.9%, Frankfurt 2.91% H Paris 2.68%. In Asia … Read more

Stocks today, June 27. By contrast, the EU rosters are close to Milan. Highlighting the G7 Forum and central bank governors

Milan – European stock exchanges are going to mixed ends in a week preparing to cap the worst six months for markets since 1970. The highlight is the Central Bankers Forum that opens in Sintra, Portugal, this evening. From here, important indicators about the monetary policy strategy of the Federal Reserve and the European Central … Read more

Stock markets today, June 22. Powell: “Resolute and swift against inflation.” Markets continue to be in the red

Milan – 4 pm. Jerome Powell He continues to direct the Federal Reserve towards decisive action against inflation, and thus bets are combined to raise interest rates by three-quarters of a point at the next meeting in July. The central bank chief told Congress that “the US economy is very strong and well-positioned to support … Read more

Stock markets today, June 20. Lagarde: “Anyone who doubts our resolve is very mistaken.” Menus closed up

Milan – European markets are off to a cautious start but are approaching a good rally, which puts concern for the time being about monetary tightening of central banks and calming economies affecting investors’ mood into a freezer. Milan – It was affected by the effect of -0.29% by separating coupons – and the session … Read more

Stock Markets Today June 10: Listings in Trouble after ECB Tightening, Spread at 230

Milan 3:40 p.m. A very troubled day for global stock markets, after the European Central Bank’s decision to start raising interest rates and closing net purchases of government bonds. To exacerbate market fears comes the dataInflation in the United States: In May, prices rose by 8.6%, compared to the expected 8.3%, bringing it to a … Read more

Stock Markets Today June 10: Listings in Trouble after ECB Tightening, Spread at 230

Milan 3:40 p.m. A very troubled day for global stock markets, after the European Central Bank’s decision to start raising interest rates and closing net purchases of government bonds. To exacerbate market fears comes the dataInflation in the United States: In May, prices rose by 8.6%, compared to the expected 8.3%, bringing it to a … Read more

Stock markets today, May 18. EU listings closed with little concern about inflation. The United States pushes Moscow into default

Milan – European markets closed weak with Wall Street after the mixed trend in Asia. The scenario is still dominated by fears of accelerating inflation, as evidenced by the figure from Great Britain: 9% in April, at the top for forty years. Investors are also noticing the hawkish words of Jay Powell, the governor of … Read more

Stock markets today, May 17th. Positive Europe between China and Wall Street push. Tension on Twitter, Musk about the attack on fake accounts

Milan – European markets ended higher, initially driven by the rebound in Asian stocks and then the convincing opening of Wall Street. While the economic trajectory assumed by the Dragon is worrisome, with the extremely harsh shutdowns of Xi Jinping’s “Covid Zero” policy slowing activity, investors are picking up signs of recovery from some contagion … Read more

Stock markets today, April 26. Beijing promises aid to fight COVID, but markets weaken with Wall Street

Milan – European listings failed to rebound after a difficult Monday, which was marked by concerns about the health situation in China and consequent lockdowns. The central bank in Beijing has pledged to support the economy that has been tested by Covid-19 once again, ensuring that it will promote “prudent support” of monetary policy for … Read more