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The stock exchanges today, 13 August. EU price lists cautious, Asia down with new restrictions in China

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MILANO – European stock markets uncertain about the end of the week. Orphaned by ideas from the macroeconomic agenda, operators continue to monitor on the one hand the utterances of Fed members, with the more “hawkish” components that are expressing themselves for a start of tapering already this year, on the other hand the trend of the contagions of the world, with the spread of the Delta variant which threatens the restart of the world economy.

Despite yesterday’s positive closing a Wall Street Asian markets are experiencing a negative day: the new restrictions imposed by Beijing with the closure of the port of Ningbo-Zhoushan are particularly important. The new record of infections in the country also scares Tokyo, with the Nikkei concluding trades down 0.14%.

In Europe, Milan rose by 0.16%, London rose by 0.27%, Frankfurt by 0.14% and Paris by 0.09%. In the Old Continent there are signs of a slowdown ininflation in France. In July, prices increased by 1.2% from + 1.5% in June and on a monthly basis they recorded a progression of 0.1% compared to the previous month as in June.

It spread Btp-Bund is stable at 100.2 basis points, with the Italian ten-year yield at 0.540%. Among currencies, theeuro opens slightly above 1.17 dollars and changes hands at 1.1740 dollars and 129.61 yen

The Delta variant also depresses the prices of the Petrolium. The WTI for delivery in September is trading at 68.67 dollars a barrel (-0.6%). Brent was also down in London, dropping 0.5% to 70.93 dollars a barrel.


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