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In the crypto market the bitcoin continues to lose ground and is now trading down 1% around $ 59,000 per unit. Heather weakened more than 1% and traded for about $ 4,130.
Gold records a slight increase.
Company Nova Announced last night after the end of trading in New York the signing of an agreement to acquire Ankosis, a private company headquartered in Germany, for about $ 100 million in cash, including a performance-based payment of about $ 10 million. The purchase is subject to a number of closing conditions and regulatory approval in Germany. The transaction is expected to close during the first quarter of 2022. Nova expects the acquisition to have a positive effect on diluted earnings per share on a non-GAAP basis within 12 months of the closing date.
Ankosis is a supplier of chemical measurement systems for use in advanced semiconductor manufacturing processes.
The day of trading on European stock exchanges opened with a mixed trend. In the segment of futures contracts on the Wall Street indices, stability is recorded.
In the macro field, it was announced today that inflation in the UK is at a 10-year high: the consumer price index has jumped 4.2% in the last 12 months.
Asian stock markets are trading today in a mixed trend. In the segment of futures contracts on the Wall Street indices, stability is recorded. This is after the day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange closed with gains: the NASDAQ index rose 0.8%, the Dow Jones index advanced 0.2% and the S&P 500 index strengthened by 0.2%.
The crypto market stabilized after sharp declines yesterday, and Bitcoin traded around $ 59,600 per unit. Heather weakened slightly and traded at about $ 4,170.
Oil contracts are trading down slightly.
The yield on 10-year US government bonds is stabilizing at about 1.63%. “From what is expected in light of the fact that most inflation is due to supply shocks (as the governor emphasized in the last interest rate decision), the expectation of a less expansionary fiscal policy (the budget has not yet passed) and the fear that rising fuel prices will moderate demand.”