MILAN – Weak restart for European stock markets, which remains after yesterday’s weak close, driven by cautionary signals from ECB board members regarding possible interest rate cuts by the European Central Bank in 2024. Further signs could arrive today from Davos, where French Central Bank Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau will speak. In Asia, Tokyo broke the streak of six consecutive positive sessions to end the day at -0.79%, while Chinese indices closed mixed. After yesterday’s close, Wall Street is awaiting the balance sheets from Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley today