Banking crisis: European stock markets resist for now
Yesterday’s half-hearted Fed and U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen statements have shaken Wall Street. European stock markets are also down this morning, but more moderately. Investors are anxiously awaiting monetary policy statements from the Bank of England (BoE) and the Swiss National Bank (SNB), which will be announced later today.
The European stock markets and Wall Street are better oriented today than the indices of the New York Stock Exchange last night … They ended down about 1.6% after a hectic Wednesday.
For their part, this Thursday, the European indices are much less shaken this morning around 08:45 GMT: – 0.05% to 7,127.50 points for the CAC 40, and this after three sessions in the green, while the FTSE 100 is down only – 0.58% in London and the Dax of 0.03% in Frankfurt.
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Après plus 20 ans au Journal du Textile, dont elle a notamment assuré la rédaction en chef adjointe, diplômée d’un Master en marketing de luxe de l’ISML, Sophie Bouhier de l’Ecluse est une spécialiste de la filière mode, textile et luxe.