The main indices of the Italiana Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets closed at a distance just below parity. FTSEMib in Milan rose slightly
The main indices of the Italiana Stock Exchange and the main European financial centres They finished a little off par. Milan’s main baskets closed on a shy positive sign.
The FTSEMib It closed with an increase of 0.11% at 24,304 points (oscillating between a minimum of 24,133 points and a maximum of 24,353 points). The FTSE Italia All Share 0.21% gain. worst performance for Medium hat from FTSE Italia (-0.5%) and l Star of FTSE Italy (-0.1%). In the December 12, 2022 session, the value of trades fell to 1.33 billion euros, compared to 1.76 billion last Friday.
The Bitcoins It was confirmed at just over $17,000 (just over 16,000 euros).
The BTP-Bund spread It ranged between 185 and 190 points, with the 10-year BTP yield remaining at 3.65%.
L’euro It came back to $1.05.
Among banks to report on progress UniCredit (+ 1.37%). The institute announced that – as part of the European Central Bank’s Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP), capital requirements for Pillar II (P2R) could increase slightly from the current level of 175 basis points. This will have no impact on the distribution policies for 2022 and for the future, on the funding plan and on the capital target which remains in line with current guidance.
Also shop at Telecom Italia (+ 3%). According to press reports, the Kkr fund will be in these hours Evaluation of a new offer – but only this time for the network and with the state as a partner.
In the energy sector, it decreased by 0.46%. In the. Its listed subsidiary Enel Chile has completed the sale of the entire stake, equal to 99.09% of the share capital, owned by Enel Transmisión Chile, a listed Chilean electricity transmission company, to Sociedad Transmisora Metropolitana. The transaction will have a positive impact on the Group’s consolidated net debt of approximately €1.5 billion.
DeVa Finance decided not to file an application to proceed with the merger by incorporation Todd (-1.68%), waiving the consequent writedown of Tod’s shares. DeVa Finance preferred to take market signals into account and not proceed with a process that could be seen as hostile or at least “unfriendly to the market”.
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