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La sorpresa dei PMI

I PMI di Germania e Francia superano le aspettative del mercato dando un po’ di positività al continente blu...

I PMI di Germania e Francia superano le aspettative del mercato dando un po’ di positività al continente blu. I dati francesi dei servizi, infatti, registrano un valore di 50.9 vs 48.6, mentre i tedeschi 53.3 vs 50.6. A deludere sono i PMI manifatturieri che escono rispettivamente a 44.9 vs 46.9 e 42.2 vs 42.8. Nonostante ciò, il membro della Banca Centrale Europea Nagel resta dovish, continuando ad affermare come la BCE potrebbe ridurre i tassi d’interesse se i dati confermassero un ritorno della crescita dei prezzi al consumo al 2%.

Al contrario dell’Eurozona, i PMI americani rilevano un valore negativo negli States: quello dei servizi segna 50.9 vs 52 atteso, mentre il dato manifatturiero uno di 49.9 vs 52. Giornata in

rosso anche per l’indice composito S&P Global, che registra una contrazione degli ordini per la prima volta in sei mesi.

Anche il Regno Unito vede la pubblicazione dei dati preliminari del PMI. A sorpresa, il PMI dei servizi balza a 54.9 rispetto alla lettura precedente di 53.1. Il PMI manifatturiero scende invece bruscamente a 48,3 rispetto alle attese e alla lettura precedente di 50.3.

Calendario Economico

10:00 – Indice IFO Germania

12:00 – Riunione dell’Eurogruppo

EURUSD: 1.0700

EURGBP: 0.8600

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