Positive closing of Poste Italiane after publication of the semi-annual report. Excellent performance for STM. Carel Industries cuts stand out in the STAR segment.
The main indices of the Italiana Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets ended the day Partial differences.
the FTSEMib It advanced 0.2% to 28,966 points, after it fluctuated between the lowest level at 28,845 points and the highest level at 28,988 points. the FTSE Italia All Share 0.16% profit. The minus sign is, instead, for Medium hat from FTSE Italia (-0.29%) and l Star of FTSE Italy (-0.17%). In the July 25, 2023 session, the value of trades rose to 1.78 billion euros, compared to 1.72 billion on Monday.
the Bitcoins It amounted to more than 29,000 dollars (just under 26,500 euros).
the BTP-Bund spread Reached 165 points, with BTP return for ten years which consolidated to exceed 4.05%.
L’euro It returned to $1.105.
Positive closing of Italian Post (+1.03% to €10,335). The company informed me Economic and financial results for the first half of 2023, closed the period with higher revenue and profitability. The numbers for the second quarter alone were higher than the analyst consensus.
However, in red Italgas (-1.3% to €5,295)after spread Financial results for the first half of 2023.
The rise in STM is highlighted in the FTSEMib index (+2.48% to €46.765). Traders pointed to positive quarterly results and indicators for the coming quarters for US semiconductor group NXP.
In the STAR section, backtrack Karel Industries (-3.09% for €25.1). The company disclosed that it has entered into a binding agreement to acquire 82.4% of Kyuna’s shares. The acquisition price means the company’s corporate value is NOK 2.35 billion (€210 million). Carel Industries expects the transaction to be fully funded through a combination of new financing, existing lines of credit and cash on hand. In order to maintain a flexible capital structure, Carel Industries has proposed to raise capital through the issuance of ordinary shares, to be offered as an option to shareholders, up to €200 million.
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