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Si intravede maggiore ottimismo nell’Eurozona da parte dei consumatori

Si intravede maggiore ottimismo nell’Eurozona da parte dei consumatori: il dato sulla fiducia  risulta positivo rispetto alle attese, posizionandosi a -15,1 questo mese rispetto al -16,1 del mese di giugno. La BCE alzerà i tassi di interesse di 25 punti nella riunione del prossimo giovedì:lo sostengono in modo unanime alcuni economisti interpellati in un sondaggio Reuters, una parte dei quali si aspetta un ulteriore aumento anche a settembre.

Il Repubblicano McCarthy, Presidente della Camera dei Rappresentanti, ha dichiarato che al momento non esiste nessuna volontà nell’incontrare l’ex Presidente Trump per trovare un accordo sulla decadenza delle accuse di impeachment da parte della Camera. Ricordiamo che Trump deve rispondere di impeachment sia per i fatti del 2019, quando il Tycoon chiese a Kiev di indagare sugli affari del figlio di Biden in Ucraina, sia per circostanze accadute nel 2021,  quando Trump fu accusato per l’assalto a Capitol Hill. Intanto Biden rassicura i lavoratori della Pennsylvania circa l’impatto dell’industria dell’automotive elettrico, dichiarando che l’impatto occupazionale sarà il medesimo.

 

 

 

 

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08:00 – Vendite al dettaglio inglesi

EURUSD: 1.1110

EURGBP: 0.8640

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