CAC40 in free fall, impacted by coronavirus

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After jumping by 0.9% to more than 6024 points on Friday evening, the CAC40 starts the week clearly in the red with an index that drops by 1.9% to 5909Pts, the coronavirus file continuing to weigh on the morale of investors .

The impact of the coronavirus which now ‘paralyzes’ 3% of the Chinese population (quarantine) also has a heavy impact on Japanese values ​​which fall by -2% and the Nikkei unscrews towards 23.343Pts.

The impact of the coronavirus which now ‘paralyzes’ 3% of the Chinese population (quarantine) also has a heavy impact on Japanese values ​​which fall by -2% and the Nikkei unscrews towards 23.343Pts.
Caution also prevails as the next few days promise to be loaded with appointments, notably with the decisions of the monetary policy committees of the American Federal Reserve (Wednesday), then of the Bank of England (Thursday).

In the United States, sales of new homes and orders of durable goods are expected for December, then a first estimate of GDP growth for the last quarter of 2019, and household income and spending for December.
The week will also see the results season continue, notably with heavyweights from the American coast such as Apple, Pfizer, Boeing, Amazon and McDonalds, or European like LVMH or Unilever.
For the moment, Iliad announces the success of its capital increase of 1.4 billion euros, which aims to finance only and fully the public buyout offer on its own shares, the results of which were announced on 16 January.

 

Oddo analysts confirm their advice to buy on the value and the target price of 180 E. ‘In total, the company’s shareholders subscribed 940,888 new shares of which 813,342 new shares within the deadline priority, ‘says Oddo.
Dumont Investissement, majority shareholder of Samse, announces the signing of a contract providing for the acquisition of the 21.13% stake in Samse’s capital held by BME France, for a price, excluding costs, of 136 million euros.