The contraction in the main Milan basket was affected – by about one percentage point – by the performance of stocks that separated their dividends
Piazza Afari returns to circulation with a drop, After a few days off due to the Easter holiday. The impact of the performance of the shares that separated their dividends on the Milan Stock Exchange. But because the impact on FTSEMib for these vouchers was estimated to be just over 1 percentage point, without these deadlines, the market would still have been slightly above average. Other European stock exchanges are also on the same line. The opening of the US indicators was positive.
The FTSEMib And it lost 0.96% to 24624 points after swinging between 24355 points and a higher of 24675 points. until the FTSE Italia all participated recorded a decrease of 0.95%. Fractional differences for FTSE Italia medium hat (-0.3%) for The star of FTSE Italia (-0.15%). And in the April 19, 2022 session, the trading value fell to 2.3 billion euros, compared to 2.75 billion in the previous previous session, Thursday, April 14.
It’s 17.30 Bitcoin It was more than 41,500 dollars (about 38,500 euros).
The BTP-Bund spread It fluctuated around 165 pips.
L ‘euro It’s back below $1.08.
In Piazza Afari, they separate their coupon, from the stock of FTSEMib, Mediolanum BankAnd BancoBPMAnd CampariAnd CNH IndustrialAnd FerrariAnd prismianAnd Stilants And UniCredit. Out of the basket, the manager was called to distribute her dividend BFF . BankAnd Meyer TechnemontAnd Biagio And Milan sects. It is estimated that the impact of these earnings on the overall performance of Piazza Affari was about 1.05%.
5.16% drop Stilants (But as mentioned earlier, dividends are weighted.) After the daily tightening of multiple sanctions and the logistical difficulties it faced, the auto giant announced that it had “suspended its production activity in Kaluga in order to ensure full compliance with all multiple sanctions and protect its employees.” In the memo that relaunch the news, the Stylantis group declared that it “condemns violence and supports any action that can restore peace.”
Between the eyes of the bankers on Monte dei Paschi di Siena (-0.88%). As written by Il Sole24Ore, Managing Director Luigi Lovaglio is said to be working on a new plan “aimed at giving the bank a boost from an industrial and commercial point of view.” Initially for this plan there will be a capital increase, which according to the latest rumors should be between 3 and 3.5 billion.
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