European lists have been strengthened by this news and some positive macroeconomic indications from Germany. A. MilanThe Ftse Mib closed in the sprint with a 1.24% rise. Kills returns after weakness ahead: financial securities as a whole. Mediobanca (+ 2%) promoted by the market to test the new business plan. Other exchanges on the Old Continent are also positive: London earns 0.7%, Paris Is 0.44% Frankfurt 0.65% Well tuned too Wall Street: At the end of European trading, the Dow ones rose 0.2%, the Nasdaq 0.55% and the S & P500 0.4%.
This morning, in Asia, at Stock Exchange in Tokyo ended the session by 0.81%, supported by the weakening of the yen, which contributes to export behavior.
L & # 39;EUR closed, just over $ 1.10, as the green decline was prompted by a wait for Donald Trump's speech in New York. The US president will be speaking at a luncheon at the Economic Club, where he could take stock of trade negotiations with China, as well as – as we have mentioned – EU car tariffs. The European currency is trading at $ 1,1007 and 120.20 yen. The dollar / yen rose to 109.22. Meanwhile, the Chilean Peso is falling, at historic lows, below 800 against the dollar. The pound closed at a drop of 85.91 pence after reaching six months on the euro at 85.81 pound.
Amid macroeconomic data, investor confidence in Germany jumped to surprise six-month highs. In November, the Zew index jumped -2.1 points to -22.8 in October, against the expected increase of -13 points. The perception of the current situation is also improving to -24.7 from -25.3 in October.
on the spread BTP / Bundle returns below 150 basis points and closes at 145: Italian ten-year bond yields return at 1.21%.
Among the commodities, quotes on the rise oil. At the end of European trade, STI earns about 0.45% to $ 57.1 a barrel, while Brent rises 0.2% to $ 62.3. the price ofgold, which has already hit its all-time low of nearly three months yesterday: after the Asian market recovered, the European stock market finally changed its hands to $ 1,452 an ounce by 0.25 percent.