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Italian Stock Exchange, commenting on today’s session (February 25, 2022)

Enel jump after stopping to override the increase. Strong fluctuations in the shares of the banking sector. STM toned. Maire Tecnimont in trouble at MidCap

The main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and the record of the main European financial centers increases of more than 3% In the last session of the week, after the strong correction it had suffered the previous day. Amundi analyzed the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on financial markets. Experts noted that global markets were not pricing in the war scenario and are now stabilizing given the scale of the military intervention. “It will take some time for the situation to stabilize,” Amundi predicted. Analysts point out that in the meantime “Uncertainty and volatility will continuewith the possibility of seeing some excesses to the downside” and emphasizing that “it is not the time to try to buy at a lower price, because the market does not yet fully understand the impact of this geopolitical shock.”

It’s 4.45 pm FTSEMib It rose by 3.45% at 25,735 points, after it fluctuated between the lowest level at 24.797 points and the highest level at 25,803 points. At the same time FTSE Italia all participated It rose by 3.38%. plus sign for file FTSE Italia medium hat (+2.89%) and for The star of FTSE Italia (+ 3.04%).

The Bitcoin It amounted to 39,500 dollars (about 35,000 euros).

The BTP-Bund spread Swings around 160 pips.

L ‘euro It jumped back to $1,125.

Leap in the facilities. it is in It rose 6.02% at €6.565 after being halted due to an increase in the upside.

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Strong volatility in banking sector stocksWhich is definitely on the way to the upside, after the big correction it had the previous day.

progress BancoBPM (+ 1.49% to 3.13 €), Intesa San Paulo (+2.69% to €2.477) e UniCredit (+3.76% to €12,574).

Oil stocks are in fluxAfter the price of Crude Oil was consolidated in New York (the contract expires in April 2022) at $92 a barrel.

Saipem It rose 0.2% to 1.0225 euros.

better performance for where are you (+ 3.08% to € 13.774).

ST Earns 3.45% to €37.945. The Italian-French group reported that in 2021 Apple contributed 20.5% of total revenue, compared to 23.9% the previous year and 17.6% in 2019. The Cupertino giant remains STM’s largest customer. The Italian-French group had ended the year 2021 with a total turnover of $12.76 billion.

Moncler It rose 3.95% to 54.16 euros. The Vests Group published preliminary financial results for 2021, the year that closed with revenue of 2.05 billion euros, up 42% compared to 1.44 billion the previous year. The revised operating result also improved sharply, jumping from 368.82 million to 603.07 million euros; Thus the margin is 29.5%. The end result was positive for 411.37 million euros. Consensus prepared by investment banks updated on February 18, 2022 and published on the Moncler website indicated that turnover increased by 38%, equivalent to 1.99 billion euros, operating result of 573 million euros (with a margin of 28.8%) and net profit of 386 million euros.

inside Positive (+0.14% up to 8,866 euros). The company revealed its financial results for 2021, the year which closed with revenue of €785.15 million (up 18.4%) and a gross operating margin of €714.88 million. The consensus prepared by the updated investment banks on February 11, 2022 and published on the Inwit website indicated a turnover of 785 million euros and a gross operating margin of 715 million. In addition, Inwit’s management has provided some financial estimates for 2022 and confirmed its dividend policy for the next few years.

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The MidCap arrives Juventus (+ 1.69% up to 0.336 EUR), after disclosing the financial results for the first half of the fiscal year 2021/2022, a period still characterized by the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and the consequent restrictive measures imposed by the authorities. Juventus ended the period in question with a net loss of 118.96 million euros and reported that the 2021/2022 fiscal year is expected to show a significant loss, while the economic trend is expected to improve significantly from the 2022/2023 fiscal year.

bad day for Meyer Technemont (-9.85% to 3.15 euros)after spreading 2021 financial results. The company’s top management reported that to date, the group’s order book refers to Russia of about 1.5 billion euros, which is 17% of the total portfolio.