Borsa Italiana, suspended session of November 25, 2022

Borsa Italiana, suspended session of November 25, 2022

Slight variations of Piazza Avari’s indicators. Positive performance of oil sector stocks: Eni rose by more than one percentage point

The main indices of the Italiana Stock Exchange and a record of the main European financial centers minimal differences In the last session of the week. Pierre Ferret – Technical Analyst at ActivTrades – reported this EuroStoxx is hovering around the resistance level at 3970 points (Fibonacci 61.8%) The MACD indicator is showing a slowing bullish trend (bearish divergence) in a medium term perspective. In the November 25, 2022 session, “it is difficult to see violations of the 3970 points level, but in any case, the market can find more support around the areas of 3950 points, 3935 points, and 3905 points,” according to the expert. .

At 13.15 FTSEMib It recorded an increase of 0.1% to 24,755 points, after fluctuating between 24,674 points as a minimum and 24,803 points as a maximum. At the same time FTSE Italia All Share earned 0.07%. The minus sign is, instead, for Medium hat from FTSE Italia (-0.18%) and l Star of FTSE Italy (-0.27%).

The Bitcoins It came back to $16,500 (just under €16,000).

The BTP-Bund spread Standing at just under 185 pips, the ten-year BTP yield is 3.8%.

L’euro It fell to $1.04.

Partial markdown of a file Monte dei Paschi di Siena (-0.42% to 1.7892 euros). Fitch Ratings raised the bank’s capital strength rating by one notch, moving it from “B” to “B+”, following the recent €2.5 billion capital increase. The experts also improved the rating forecast for the coming quarters, making it “stable”.

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Positive performance of the oil sector stocksAfter the price of crude oil in New York (contract expires in January 2023) recovered to $79.5 per barrel.

more than one percentage point Where is it? (+ 1.1% for 14.34 euros).


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