Operators await the Fed’s monetary policy indicators and IntesaSanpaolo’s quarterly report. Excellent day for Ferrari. He starred for the first time for Medica
fractional progression For the main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and for the main European financial markets, awaiting the monetary policy indicators of the Federal Reserve.
It’s 12.50 FTSEMib It rose 0.52% to 27,332 points, just below the intraday high of 27,337 points. At the same time FTSE Italia all participated He got 0.49%. plus sign for file FTSE Italia medium hat (+ 0.22%) and for The star of FTSE Italia (+0.85%).
The Bitcoin He returned more than 63,000 dollars (about 54,500 euros).
He. She diffusion Btp bond Shrinked to 120 points.
L ‘euro Still less than $1.16.
Intesa San Paulo Session Champion (+0.14% to €2.5155). During the day, the institute led by Carlo Messina will report financial results for the third quarter of 2021.
Fractional height of Stilants (+ 0.65% a 17,582 Euro). The Ministry of Transport announced that just over 101 thousand cars were registered in Italy in October 2021, a drop of 35.7% compared to more than 157,000 cars in the same period last year. Stellantis also saw a sharp drop in sales. According to the major news agencies, the group’s registrations in October 2021 amounted to nearly 36 thousand units (-41.7%). As a result, Stellantis’ market share reached 35.3%.
great day for Ferrari (+ 5.77% 225,4 euros). After releasing quarterly data, some investment banks revised their target price for Prancing Horse stock upwards.
Also positive performance to hold EXOR (+3,6% €83,5).
Positive intonation for nexus (+ 0.84% a 14.49 euro), after the severe correction he has undergone in recent days. The share price fell from €17.61 on October 26 to €14.37 at the close on November 2, 2021.
Intercos It drops 4.04% to €14.01After the 16.8% jump achieved on the day of debut at Avary Arena.
In Euronext Growth Milan (formerly AIM Italia) Medica posted a jump of 25.9% to €34, on the day of ordination. The stock was set at €27 per share, with an initial capitalization of €114 million.
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