The Paris Bourse rose slightly (+0,27%) on Friday morning, advancing cautiously after four consecutive sessions of increase, a vote in favour of the postponement of the Brexit Thursday, and at the edge of a meeting with maturities of important techniques.
Has 09H25, the CAC 40 index took 14,62 points to 5.364,40 points. The day before, he had finished on a progression of 0.82%.
“In this session of the four witches (marked by the expiration of multiple types contracts and options on markets, editor’s NOTE), ( … ), investors must deal with visibility still low”, said in a note Tangi Le Liboux, a strategist from the broker Aurel BGC.
The topicality of the last days in Europe is mainly concentrated around the Brexit. The british Parliament has rejected successively the proposed agreement negotiated at the last minute by the First minister Theresa May after a jump in Brussels, the possibility of leaving the EU without agreement, and then resolved on Thursday that the Uk request to postpone the divorce.
A motion provides for a court report, to June 30, if the elected british approve the withdrawal agreement of Ms. May, that they have already retoqué two times. But she decided to submit once again by Wednesday 20 march.
The side indicators, the session will be relatively quiet, with the exception of the second estimate of inflation in February for the euro area.
Investors have taken note of the registrations of new cars in Europe, which contracted year over year in February for the sixth consecutive month, although the decline was more than 1%.
The French manufacturers have, however, gained market share last month: PSA (Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel) has seen its deliveries increase by 1%, and Renault (Dacia, Lada, and Alpine) of 0.3%.
On the front of the values, Korian jumped 4.93% to 36,60 euros, galvanized by growth objectives revised upwards for the period 2019-2021, driven in particular by its ambitions to the international, in spite of a net profit 2018 down.
Aéroports de Paris (ADP) earned a 2.10% to 175,20€. After about nine hours of debate, the relentless, the national Assembly has given Thursdays a new green light to the privatization of the group, wanted by the government, but strongly opposed by the opposition.