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Stock exchanges today 3 January: Asia in half service, EU lists in cautious rise

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MILANO – Uncertain restart for the markets with the investors’ beacon still focused on the instigation of infections, with the Omicron variant that rages in the world causing a surge in infections whose effects are however mitigated by the vaccination coverage of the population. In Europe Milano starts with the plus sign and advances by 0.27%. Frankfurt 0.44% e Paris 0.6% while London remains closed for holidays. In Piazza Affari it is the debut day for Iveco, which is not starting a price together with Ch Industrial.

Asian exchanges are also half-served, with Tokyo and the Chinese stock market at a standstill, and Hong Kong cautiously rising towards the end of the session. Once again the protagonist is the title of the real estate developer Evergrande, suspended from negotiations, after the news concerning the order given to the group by the administrative authorities to demolish 39 residential houses built on the island of Haihua, as illegal.

On the currency market, the euro fell against the dollar in the morning. The European currency is trading at $ 1,133, down 0.25% from the previous $ 1,136. Substantial exchange rate parity with the yen at 130.78, while the dollar gained 0.23% against the Japanese currency at 115.33.

Among commodities, oil is on the rise with Libyan supplies shrinking pending the OPEC + meeting on Tuesday which will decide on production for February. WTI for February delivery rose 0.7% to $ 75.75 a barrel, while in London Brent for March delivery rose 0.7% to $ 78.34. Gas prices are still falling in Europe: the February future on the ttf drops almost 4% to 67.7 euros per megawatt hour.

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