Shareby Michela Coricelli November 22, 2019Military closure for Milan, which lost 0.09% and lost 0.94% overall in the week.
On the contrary, the other European stock exchanges are all positive also driven by the words of the number one of the ECB Lagarde, which reconfirms the institute's accommodative monetary policy in support of the economy.
London the best at + 1.20%, Paris and Frankfurt up slightly at + 0.20%.
US President Trump said that Washington and Beijing could be one step away from signing a partial trade agreement, but he reiterated that he was in no hurry to do so. Ambiguous words that have convinced investors in half: Wall Street countered, with the Dow Jones up 0.22% and the Nasdaq down 0.07%.
The euro, in decline, is trading at 1.1028 against the dollar. The spread between the Italian BTP and the German Bund widened to 154 basis points, but our 10-year yield remains below the 1.2% threshold.