A negative start for Telecom Italia TIM. On the other hand, good performance of stocks in the oil sector. Wall Street will be closed today for the holidays.
The main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets started the first session of the week with Fractional heights.
It’s 09.15 FTSEMib It rose 0.23% to 27,608 points, while FTSE Italia all participated It rose 0.19%. The minus sign, on the other hand, for FTSE Italia medium hat (-0.22%) and for The star of FTSE Italia (-0.22%).
without my guidance Major US stock indices In the last session of the week. The Dow Jones index closed down 0.56% to 35,912 points, while the S&P500 rose 0.08% to 4,663 points. A plus sign also for the Nasdaq (+0.59% to 14,894 points). today Wall Street will be closed for the holidays.
Positive start to the week TSE. The Nikkei index gained 0.74% to 28,334 points.
the Bitcoin It fell below $43,000 (about €37,500).
He. She btp package spread It remains less than 140 points.
L ‘euro It’s still over $1.14.
negative start for Telecom Italia TIM (-1.53% a 0.4444 euros). According to Il Sole24Ore writing, over the weekend, the phone giant could wait until approval of financial statements and a new strategic plan (scheduled for March 2) to respond to KKR’s request to proceed with its due diligence on the company.
Banka Carriage It rose 0.12% to €0.779. The Ligurian Institute has reported that a data room has been made available for a due diligence service aimed at identifying a potential acquisition contract by BPER Banca (+0.43%) of the controlling interest held by FITD, Fondo Interbancario Deposit Protection.
Positive start for stocks in the oil sector, after the price of crude oil in New York (the contract expires in February 2022) exceeded $ 84 a barrel.
where are you He earns 0.68% for €13.25.
In partial progress Enel (+0.51% €6,842)After the retreat recorded in the Friday session.
general recover 0.11% to €18.46. The Company has announced that Director Romulo Bardeen, an independent director and member of the Nominations, Remuneration, Investments, Strategic and Related Party Transactions Committees, has resigned from the Board of Directors. Bardeen is the CEO of Delfin – a holding company that is part of the stipulated shareholder agreement with some of the Caltagirone group companies and the CRT Corporation, which holds a 6.618% stake in Generali.
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