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The main European stock markets close with a mixed sign in a day without incentives

The main European stock markets have closed with a mixed sign in a day without relevant news for the market, waiting for the last 2023 monetary policy meetings of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) and the European Central Bank (ECB).

Madrid has experienced the biggest drop of the day, 0.25%, followed by London, 0.13%; while France has advanced 0.33%, Germany 0.21% and Milan 0.07%, according to market data consulted by EFE.

The Eurostoxx 50, which groups together the main companies in Europe, has risen 0.37%.

Asian stock markets have also shown mixed signs at closing: Tokyo rose 1.5% and Shanghai 0.59%, while Hong Kong fell 0.81%.

This weekend the CPI data from China was released, which decreased by 0.5% in November

Wall Street, for its part, opened higher and after the European stock markets closed, the Dow Jones index rose 0.23% and the S&P 500 rose 0.05%, while the Nasdaq fell 0.19%. .

The market is waiting for the central bank meetings to be held this week, on Wednesday in the case of the Fed and on Thursday, in the case of the ECB and the Bank of England.

Furthermore, tomorrow, Tuesday, the US CPI for the month of November will be known, which, according to Bankinter analysts, is expected to loosen the general rate by one tenth, although with stagnation in the underlying rate.

Gold fell after the end of the session in Europe by more than 0.25% to $1,979, while a barrel of Brent fell by 0.19% to $75.64.

The euro depreciated slightly against the dollar until it changed to 1.0749 units.

In the debt market, the profitability of the German bond, considered the safest, stands at 2.267%.

Source: Elcomercio

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