European stock markets fall after new confinements
The European stock markets have fallen this Friday, except London, and accumulate strong weekly declines before the announcement of new confinements due to the coronavirus pandemic, which threatens the recovery of the economy, according to analysts.
Milan is down 1.10%, Frankfurt 1.09%, Paris 0.69% and Madrid 0.23%, while London is up 0.34%. During the week, Paris fell 4.99%, Frankfurt 4.93%, Madrid 4.35%, Milan 4.23% and London 2.74%. The Eurostoxx50 index of the 50 companies with the largest capitalization has fallen 0.95% and in the week it is left 4.70%.