Borsa Italiana, suspension of April 6, 2023 hearing

Borsa Italiana, suspension of April 6, 2023 hearing

Always Spotlight on Banking Sector Stocks: Positive Session for BPER Banca. Utility purchases continue: Enel shines

Positive intonation For the main indices of the Italiana Stock Exchange and for the main European financial centers in the last session of the previous week Long Bridge for Easter celebrations. Trading will resume on Tuesday, April 11th.

at 12.55 FTSEMib It rose by 0.86% to 27,099 points, after it fluctuated between the lowest level at 26,952 points and the highest level at 27,123 points. At the same time FTSE Italia All Share It registered a progress of 0.78%. Minimum differences for Medium hat from FTSE Italia (+ 0.02%) and l Star of FTSE Italy (-0.02%).

the Bitcoins It fell below $28,000 (about 25,500 euros).

the BTP-Bund spread Still more than 180 points, with BTP return for ten years which fell to less than 4%.

L’euro It stands at $1.09.

Spotlight always on on the securities of the banking sector.

in the directory Bank Paper (+ 1.59% to 2.365 euros). Fitch Ratings has improved the financial strength ratings assigned to the institute. In particular, experts have revised the issuer’s long-term rating upwards in the investment grade area, from “BB+” to “BBB-“. Conversely, the rating outlook for the coming quarters has been changed from “Positive” to “Stable”.

Fitch Ratings affirmed itself BancoBPM (+1.33% to €3.644) in the investment grade area with a “stable” outlook.

in progress Intesa San Paolo (+1.02% to €2.3325). In the sessions of April 3-4, 2023, the bank purchased 23.55 million treasury shares, at a weighted average price of 2.3684 euros per share. The total value of the deal was 55.79 million euros. With these purchases, IntesaSanpaolo concluded the program launched on February 13, 2023, purchasing a total of 706,004,171 shares, equivalent to approximately 3.72% of the share capital.

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very very good UniCredit (+ 1.76% to 18,052 euros).

Utility purchases continue. rise of In the (+ 3.09%).

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