Home Business The stock exchanges today, November 25th. Positive EU price lists: Tim rises to the takeover bid price at Piazza Affari

The stock exchanges today, November 25th. Positive EU price lists: Tim rises to the takeover bid price at Piazza Affari

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MILANO – The European stock exchanges restart positive with the attention focused on the measures implemented by the countries to counter the new wave of infections and protect the Christmas holidays from a new emergency. Even Italy, one of the most advanced in Europe in terms of vaccination rates, yesterday put in place a squeeze for the unvaccinated in effect from next September 6.

The fear of the markets is that new restrictions could slow down the solid economic recovery that is characterizing the entire Eurozone. In Germany, struggling with one of the most worrying accelerations in terms of deaths, the GDP growth figure for the third quarter was revised downwards, from 1.8% to + 1.7%, with trend growth confirmed instead at 2.5%. The more up-to-date Gfk data on consumer confidence also worsened, down to -1.6, the lowest level in six months.

However, Europe starts with the plus sign: Milano salt of 0.42%, Frankfurt grows by 0.33%, London 0.13% e Paris 0.36%. A good rise in Piazza Affari Tim, which is in line with the takeover bid price put on the plate in Kkr’s offer. In asia Tokyo he positively discounted the weakening phase of the yen, recovering part of the ground lost in yesterday’s session, closing at + 0.67%. Daily break on Wall Street, closed for Thanksgiving day holidays

Among currencies, the euro starts to rise, moving in the 1.1215 dollar zone and 129.45 yen. The exchange rate between the greenback and the Japanese currency remained stable at 115.0.

The price of oil is still falling, with markets looking at possible OPEC moves after the US and other countries coordinated the release of strategic reserves. Texas WTI fell 0.33% to $ 78.1 a barrel while Brent fell 0.22% to $ 82.

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