(ANSA) – MILAN, Aug 03 – European bourses are improving, but with Milan not diversifying much (+0.04%), in the wake of US futures as stock markets breathe a sigh of relief at the end of a visit to Taiwan by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi . In Europe, in particular, the focus remains on quarterly reports. In Avary Arena, where Tod’s (+20.29% to €40.2) is still on edge due to Della Valle’s takeover offer, Banco Bpm (+2.7%) and Bper (+2.2%) given the accounts, while Stellantis (-1.1%) Ferrari slipped (-0.9%) by the end of the list.
In Paris (+0.19%), Sausgen (+4.4%) is well in sync, which has set new turnover targets and promises greater profitability.
In Frankfurt (+0.25%), results equal Infineon (+2.3%) while BMW weighs on the auto sector and loses 4.4% after lowering its delivery estimate due to supply chain issues. (Dealing).
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