Piazza Afari returns to trading with a drop, after a few days of hiatus due to the Easter holiday. Weigh the performance of the stocks whose dividends are published
Piazza Afari returns to trading with a drop, after a few days of hiatus due to the Easter holiday. The performance of stocks detailing their dividends weighs on the Milan Stock Exchange. Other European stock exchanges also fell.
At 9.50, the FTSEMib index lost 1.38% to 24,520 points While the general stock decreased by 1.32% to 26,765 points. Medium companies (-1.08%) and Star (-1.18%) also fell.
closed seat A slight decrease in the main indices of the US stock exchanges In yesterday’s session, Monday, April 18th. The Dow Jones Index closed 0.11% lower to 34,412 points while the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index fell 0.02% to 4,392 points. The Nasdaq was slightly red but still slightly red, down 0.14% to 13,332 points. Among the individual actions, jump in Twitter, up 7.48%. The microblogging website address said it would adopt a poison pill – Any defensive maneuver – to counter a takeover by businessman Elon Musk, Testla’s sponsor interested in raising the company’s capital.
At Piazza Afari, they have their voucher, among the stock for FTSEMib, Mediolanum BankAnd BancoBPMAnd CampariAnd CNH IndustrialAnd FerrariAnd prismianAnd Stilants And UniCredit. Outside the main basket, they are called to distribute their profits BFF . BankAnd Meyer TechnemontAnd Biagio And Milan sects.
Among the addresses of FTSEMib well where are you (+ 1.39%).
drop 5.83% Stilants (But the yield weighs). 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 (+0.35%). 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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