December 7, 2022

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Borsa Italiana, commenting on the November 7, 2022 session

Telecom Italia TIM earns more than 10%. The recovery of the Monte dei Paschi di Siena. The euro has returned to parity against the dollar.

The main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets Consolidation in a positive area In the first session of the week. ‘Investors are preparing to Another week could be very volatileIt is marked by several scheduled interventions by monetary policy representatives of the Federal Reserve, not to forget the highly anticipated US midterm elections,” said Pierre Verrett, technical analyst at ActivTrades.

at 15.20 FTSEMib It rose 0.93% to 23,499 points after fluctuating between the lowest at 23,158 points and the highest at 23,515 points. At the same time FTSE Italia all participated He earned 1.02%. plus sign for file FTSE Italia medium hat (+ 1.67%) and for The star of FTSE Italia (+1.56%).

The Bitcoin It came to nearly $21,000.

The BTP-Bund spread It fluctuates around 215 pips, with a 10-year BTP yield of nearly 4.45%.

L ‘euro Returned to parity against the dollar.

in the spotlight Telecom Italia TIM. A . phone company records address 10.2% jump to 0.2421 euros.

Some thoughts among bankers.

The Monte dei Paschi di Siena He earns 9.41% at €1.7724After the severe correction he suffered in the previous sessions.

However, in sharp decline, UniCredit (from -2.16% to 12.76 euros).

.’s excellent performance we build (+ 6.15% up to 1.45 EUR). The company announced that it, together with an alliance with Salcef, was awarded a contract to modernize and double block 3 of the Romanian railway, Caransebes-Timişoara-Arad. The total amount of the contract is 291 million euros.

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very very good Juventus (+6.3% to 0.2868 euros).

Good performance for Euronext Growth Milan beautiful shoes (+3.98% to €11.75). Palladio Holdings has announced its decision to promote (in agreement with NICE Shareholders) a voluntary public tender for 1,045,449 shares of the listed company’s stock, representing 49% of the share capital of the pre-discount issuer. The bidder will pay €12 for each Nice Footwear share offered, equivalent to a premium of 6.2% over the closing price of the share at the November 4, 2022 session (€11.3).