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The stock exchanges today, 6 July. The prices rebound after recession fears

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The stock exchanges today, 6 July.  The prices rebound after recession fears

MILANO – European stock exchanges recovered slightly after a heavy session, helped by fears of a global recession. TO Piazza Affarithe Ftse Mib index rises by 1.50% to 21,016 points, flanked by London, which earns 1.51%. Also good Pariswith the Cac index increasing by 1.49% e Frankfurt which marks share + 1.32%

The new Chinese partial lockdowns in Asia do not help, with Beijing insisting on its “Covid zero” policy. The European inidics start again positively. In Asia, Tokyo records trade at -1.2%.

Meanwhile, the strengthening of the dollar continues. The greenback is trading at 1.025 against the euro, at 135.22 yen and at 1.193 against the pound. Oil is also partially recovering, the protagonist yesterday of an eight-point drop, with the WTI regaining the threshold of 100 dollars a barrel.

Stable gold in startup

Factory orders up beyond estimates in May in Germany. The rise was 0.1% compared to an expected decline of 0.6% and a previous decline of 1.8%

Germany, orders to industry better than estimates in May

Factory orders up beyond estimates in May in Germany. The rise was 0.1% compared to an expected decline of 0.6% and a previous decline of 1.8%

Falling gas in Amsterdam

Opening down for natural gas on the square in Amsterdam. Futures contracts for the month of August yield 7.01% to 153.5 euros per MWh

Oil regains 100 dollars

After yesterday losing 8% on fears about the recession and the slowdown in demand, oil starts to rise again: the WTI recovers the threshold of 100 dollars a barrel (+ 0.57%) and Brent returns to 104 dollars (+ 1.2%)

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