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The stock exchanges today, September 26th. The vote does not shake Piazza Affari, but BTP yields rise

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The stock exchanges today, September 26th.  The vote does not shake Piazza Affari, but BTP yields rise

MILANO – The outcome of the Italian vote, with the massive success of the center-right coalition and the affirmation of the Brothers of Italy, does not seem to frighten the markets excessively. Business Square after an opening below zero it moves positive and gains 0.4%. The spread, thermometer of the reaction of the markets, does not register great jolts and is little moved at 231 points, but the Italian ten-year yield rises to 4.419%, a sign that in any case the right turn of the country does not leave the market indifferent.

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However, fears of recessions and moves by central banks are fueling investors’ concerns. Among the currencies theeuro it collapses again and falls just above $ 0.96. The pound is plunging: fears about fiscal stability following the government’s massive tax cut push the British currency to an all-time low of 1.0384.

Tokyo fell in the wake of Friday’s market debacle: Tokyo’s Nikkei fell by 2.66% at the end.

Positive European exchanges

The day after the political elections in Italy, the main European stock exchanges open the first session of the seventh in positive territory. In Milan, Piazza Affari scores + 0.60% with the Ftse Mib at 21.194 points. London also opens up trading (+ 0.54%). Paris, although close to parity, marks + 0.04%. Only Frankfurt drops by 0.11%.

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Oil prices still falling

Oil prices are falling again, with investors reassessing their global demand outlook, while weaker prices have sparked speculation that OPEC + might consider intervening in crude markets again. The WTI loses 1.30% to 77.70 dollars a barrel, the Brent loses 0.65% to 84.91 dollars a barrel.

Gas in calo ads Amsterdam

Opening down for the price of gas, while fears for the war in Ukraine remain and the clouds of a global economic recession are gathering. In Amsterdam, prices drop to 183 euros per megawatt hour, with a decrease of 1.3%.

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