France: The stock markets finish lower; the CAC 40 index fell 0.48 per cent

France: The stock markets have finished the session down this Friday; the withdrawal of Food and drugs, Gas and water, and general Financial contributed to this decline.

In the closing session in Paris, the CAC 40 index has lost 0,48%, while the SBF 120 index declined 0.55%.

The best performance of the session for the CAC 40 index is a credit to the title-Publicis Groupe (PA:PUBP) increase of 2.03% 0.95 points for a closing price of 47,85. In the second position, we find Carrefour SA (PA:CARR) which is gaining 1.78 per cent, or 0.30 points to a fence to 17,45. The title Societe Generale SA (PA:SOGN) completes the top three with an increase of 1.76% or 0.40 points to end the session at 22.81.

Schneider Electric (PA:SCHN) has signed the worst performance of the session, losing some of 4.07% is just 3.30 points for a closing price of 77,70. ArcelorMittal SA (AS:MT) gives up 2.52% in either 0,394 points and ends at 15,214. For its part, STMicroelectronics NV (PA:STM) loose 2,45% is 0,395 points for a closing price of 15,720.

The best performance of the SBF 120 index return to Coface (PA:COFA), which won 2,21% for a course of 9,47, Publicis Groupe (PA:PUBP) increased 2.03% to 47,85 and Group FNAC (PA:FNAC), which earns equivalent to 2.01% for a closing price at 68,400.

The values of the less powerful are Schneider Electric (PA:SCHN) declined 4.07% to 77,70 in closing, Tarkett (PA:TKTT) who loses to 3.06% in 20,26 and Aperam SA (AS:APAM), down from 3.03% at 23,72 in close.

The titles in the drop exceeded the number of titles up to the Paris stock Exchange by 326 values at 243 and 90 stable.

The securities Coface (PA:COFA) have progressed and reached a high of 52 weeks, after having taken 2,21%, or 0.20 of points for a course of 9,47.

The CAC 40 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of the options on the CAC 40 index, rose to 6.95% up to 12.45.

On the other hand, the gold for delivery in August lost a 1.34% is 19,05 points, to $1.401,85 a troy ounce. Regarding other raw materials, crude oil for delivery in August was down 0.09% 0.05 points for a $57,29 the barrel, while the Brent for delivery in September gained 1.42 percent 0.90 points for a $64,20 barrel.

The pair EUR/USD recorded a decrease of 0.58% to 1,1219, while the EUR/GBP pair fell 0.01% to 0,8967.

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