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Europe has doubts in the absence of Wall Street – 22/11/2018 13:33:26



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European stock exchanges fell half of trades on Thursday, as there was no general precaution against fuel for US investors' Thanksgiving Day.

In Paris, CAC 40 lost 0.52% at the level of 4.949.71 at 12.25 GMT. In the state of Frankfurt – 0.65%, and FTSE in London was 0.92%.

The overall FTSEurofirst 300 is 0.41%, EuroStoxx 50 is lowered to 0.54% and Stoxx 600 is 0.47%.

Thursday's Thanksgiving Day will be closed on these markets in the United States and will resume on Friday. Dow Jones scattered on Wednesday on Standard & Poor's 500 and Nasdaq balance. [.NFR]

In this regard, uncertainty about the slowdown in Italian politics, the slowdown in the United States, and the refusal to risk investors.

The macroeconomic agenda of the Sun is related to the closure of US markets. However, European investors are aware of the stagnation of the business climate in France last month and expect the euro zone consumer confidence index at 15:00.

The market is mainly ready to announce the 12:30 minutes of the monetary policy meeting of the European Central Bank (ECB).

Values ​​in Europe

The Italian banking sector on the stock market dropped by 0.36% to 1.9% in the morning. The Vice President of the Council, Matteo Salvini, is a project of the 2019 budget of Italy, despite the threat of sanctions in Brussels.

However, Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovic rest assured that the agreement will be reached with Italy.

The smallest industrial metal segment announced the largest decline in Europe (-1.61%), the global economy weakening and the sensitivity to trade between China and the United States.

Centrica, the British energy distributor, will sign one of the largest drops of Stoxx 600 (-6.72%) after consumers' loss and nuclear power and reduced oil and gas production.

Telecom Italia has dropped by 6.49% to € 1.889 for six months, experts have denied the conclusions and quarterly forecasts.


Continuing the downward trend against the Euro basket (-0.26%), the euro rose by 0.28% to 1.11415 US Dollars.

Sterling has risen to a weekly high against the US dollar (+ 0.76%) and euro (+0.43%) a week after the principal announcement between the European Union and the UK's prospects for the future of relations.


The RBA's 10-year yield was 0.37% while waiting for the "minutes" of the CBA.

On the other hand, Italy's 10-year success has dropped by 3.431% on almost 5 basis points, in response to hopes for a compromise between the European authorities and Rome.


The crude oil market will continue to decline after the announcement of the rising stockpile in the United States in December 2017. News has created fears about the thrills in the United States. in the next few months.

Brent barrels will drop from 0.32% to 63.28 euros, and the US light oil (WTI, Texas) will lose about 0.88% of the $ 53.8.

(Edited by Marc Angrand)

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