MILANO – 13.10. The stock markets are weak, still weighed down by the fears of the markets for the rises in theinflation linked to the price of energy. The focus of investors this week is tomorrow on the publication of the minutes of the last meeting of the monetary policy committee and above all on the dissemination of the US inflation data in September, from which the US central bank could draw important indications to define the timing. of upcoming decisions. Sitting down also for Asia, in the wake of the negative day experienced yesterday in Wall Street, with all the main indices down towards closure and Tokyo which stopped -0.94%.
Europe starts sluggishly then rises in part during the session. Milano it’s flat, London loses 0.31 %%, Frankfurt lo 0.27% e Paris 0.54%. The euro is up slightly: the single currency is trading at 1.1561 dollars and 130.96 yen. Little moved it spread: the BTP-Bund spread opens at 105 points with the Italian ten-year yield at 0.92%.
The prices of the Petroleum, which continues to travel at the maximum for 8 years. WTI crude oil marks 80.67 dollars (+ 0.19%) and Brent crude rises to 83.89 dollars (+ 0.29%).
Remained off the radar in recent weeks, the Bitcoin, positioned over $ 57,000 in the morning, the highest in five months. Jp Morgan’s numeor one also commented on the recent increases Jamie Dimon, which in the past had expressed itself with skepticism about cryptocurrency. “Personally, I believe Bitcoin has no value,” he said at the Institute of International Finance event yesterday, followed by CNBC Pro. But, he added, “I don’t want to be a spokesperson, I don’t want to be a spokesperson. I care. It makes no difference to me. Our customers are adults and I disagree. And that is what the market does. So if they want to have access to the ability to buy Bitcoin, we – who have no custody of it. – we can still give them legitimate and as clean access as possible “.