(Il Sole 24 Or Radiocor) – They’re moving European stock exchanges In the last week of the year and after the Christmas holidays. Wall Street closes higher, the news comes from China As the quarantine for those coming from abroad will be abolished and the glimmer of peace negotiations or a cease-fire in Ukraine, after the opening of the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, will encourage purchase orders. Well prepared FTSEMIB in Milan Dax 30 Frankfurt, W.; CAC 40 paris fAEX extension Amsterdam.
Moncler and Saipem ran in Milan. Shot by Juventus
in Avary Square Moncler, which could benefit from a review of the anti-COVID measures announced in the People’s Republic of China. Oil stocks performed well, however Saipem which runs at the top of the list. Even Where is it? And the Tenaris. Banks are in good shape, while it is in It rose after the announcement of an agreement for a revolving credit line worth 12 billion euros. in the spotlight Mps Bankafter the ECB confirmed the SREP capital requirements for 2023 in line with 2022. Furthermore, today the Juventuswhose shares entered a state of volatility after a trip of more than 9%.
Spread with the Bund at 208 pips, the yield rises to 4.52%
It opens slightly downward for the spread between BTp and Bund. The yield spread between the Italian ten-year BTP standard (Isin IT0005494239) and the German maturity equivalent opened the session at 208 basis points from 211 points from the last reference. The 10-year benchmark BTP yield rose, hitting the top spot at 4.52% from 4.47% a day earlier.
Tokyo closes higher thanks to reopenings in China
The Tokyo Stock Exchange closed slightly higher, supported by the imminent end of mandatory quarantine upon arrival in China, despite Japan’s anxious reaction to this decision. The Nikkei main index closed up 0.16%, to 26,447.87 points, and the Topix index increased 0.4%, to 1,910.15 points. Gains were higher in the morning on hopes of a return of tourist flows to Japan from China.But in light of the sharp deterioration of the health situation in China in recent weeks, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced that all visitors from mainland China will need to undergo a Covid test upon arrival. Japan from Friday, and flights from China will be limited. Shanghai and Shenzhen shares made gains, but Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 0.44% in the morning.
Japan’s unemployment rate drops to 2.5%.
Japan’s unemployment rate fell to 2.5% of the workforce in November, according to seasonally adjusted data from the Ministry of the Interior. The service sector, especially hotels and restaurants, continues to benefit from Japan’s reopening to foreign visitors since early October and from public subsidies to support domestic tourism. The ratio between vacancies and applications remained constant at 1.35, i.e. there were 135 job offers for every 100 applications. The Bank of Japan surprised the markets a week ago by adjusting its ultra-loose monetary policy, but according to Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, this is not the first step towards normalization.