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After damaging from an American compass, the Bourse Paris restricts enterprises


After damaging from an American compass, the Bourse Paris restricts enterprises

Euronext control room, Paris Stock Exchange operator, La Défense, April 27, 2018ERIC PIERMONT

The Paris stock market started on Thursday (-0.41%), limiting risk taking in the absence of Wall Street closed for Thanksgiving and always facing a political reality intensely between the Brexit and Italy.

At 09:08, the CAC lost 40 20.38 points to 4,955.12 points. The day before, it ended up 1.03%.

"Volumes will begin to rectify thanks to Thanksgiving," which could be "bad news" as this is the source of "more volatility," said Christopher Dembik, head of research at Saxo Bank.

Especially since "the risk factors in the medium term are still very numerous", even if "as we have seen yesterday, the market continues to be the subject of technical conflicts," he added. especially mentioning Italy, the distress on technological values, "the difficulties of operating Brexit or the uncertainty about the commercial war".

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, announced on Wednesday that he would return to Brussels on Saturday after a quick visit that failed to make progress in the Brexit discussions, four days away from a conference which meant sealing a final agreement.

In the Italian side, the European Commission opened Wednesday on the way to possible financial penalties against Rome, and again the 2019 draft budget rejected the popular coalition in force in Italy, mostly outside European nails.

After publishing before opening European markets, business feeling figures for November in France remained stable, despite low employment prospects.

The day will also see the publication of the minutes of the European Central Bank's 25th financial policy meeting.

In the center of values, Renault was still standing ((+ 0.05% to 59.03 euros), while Nissan's car giant director board meets on Thursday to dismiss his iconic president Carlos Ghosn, who is held in Tokyo for alleged wrongdoing.

Rémy Cointreau took 0.67% to 104.80 euros, thanks to its current operating income growth rate over the year, in currency and constant perimeter, despite "the effects of adverse exchange rate" which have pushed back from 4.3% of & # 39; for a half year net profit.

  1. Euronext CAC40

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