October 1, 2022

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Italian Stock Exchange, commenting on today’s session (22 September 2022)

Banking shares accelerated higher on UniCredit’s rally. Nervous trend for stocks in the oil sector

The main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets They returned to negative territory in a session marked by high volatility, after the monetary policy decisions of the Federal Reserve. During the FOMC meeting, board members raised the benchmark rate by 0.75%, which now lies in the range of 3% to 3.25%.

It’s 14.10 FTSEMib It fell 0.16% to 22,001 points, after fluctuating between the lowest at 21,682 points and the highest at 22,186 points. At the same time FTSE Italia all participated He was losing 0.3%. . worse performance FTSE Italia medium hat (-1.57%) and for The star of FTSE Italia (-1.46%).

The Bitcoin It is just over $19,000 (less than €19,500).

The BTP-Bund spread It returned to 220 points, with a ten-year BTP return of 4.1%.

L ‘euro It returned above $0.985.

Securities from the banking sector Heading up to push gathering UniCredit (+ 5.6% to €11.28, after a pause due to excess surge). During the Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s “27th Annual Conference of Chief Financial Officers 2022,” the bank’s CEO, Andrea Orsel, reiterated financial goals for the next few years even in the event of a slight economic downturn.

plus sign for file Monte dei Paschi di SienaAfter the strong fluctuations recorded in the previous sessions. The title of the Seine Institute earn 2.59% At a price of 0.301 euros.

. positive performance BancoBPM (+2.31%) e Paper Bank (+3.6%).

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Among the most active companies in managed savings stand out FinecoBank (+4.5%).

Nervous trend for stocks in the oil sectorafter the price of crude oil in New York (the contract expires in November 2022) returned to less than $ 84 a barrel.

where are you It records a partial decrease of 0.3% to €11,306.

Also in red Tenaris (-1.52% for €13.59).