By Michela Coricelli
October 29, 2020 A mixed start for Wall Street, with the Dow Jones down by almost half a point and the Nasdaq up by 0.54%.
An opposite reaction to the data of the last quarter in which the American GDP leaps forward by 33%, beyond analysts' expectations.
Meanwhile, in Europe, the stock markets are getting worse.
The long-awaited rebound - after yesterday's thuds - fails.
Milan gives almost a point and a half and is still black jersey.
Also heavy in Paris at -1.22%, worsened after the attacks.
London and Frankfurt are also three-quarters of a point down.
In Piazza Affari the worst title is Tenaris, down by more than five and a half points.
Oil prices plummet.
Amplifon is brilliantly saved on the Ftse Mib at + 2%.
After the decisions of the ECB - which leaves rates unchanged at zero and "opens" to new stimulus measures in December - the euro retreats and trades at 1.1691 against the dollar.