The central bank is expected to raise interest rates by 75 basis points. Important changes for Saipem and STM after disclosing quarterly results
The main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets Confirmed in the negative area Ahead of ECB monetary policy decisions: the central bank is expected to raise interest rates by 75 basis points; The reference rate should rise to 2%, while the deposit rate should be raised to 1.5%.
It’s 13.00 FTSEMib It lost 0.7% to 22,232 points, after fluctuating between the lowest at 22,226 points and the highest at 22,363 points. At the same time FTSE Italia all participated It decreased by 0.75%. Also minus sign for FTSE Italia medium hat (-1.22%) To get The star of FTSE Italia (-1.57%).
The Bitcoin It dropped to $20,500.
The BTP-Bund spread Confirmed at 220 pips, with 10-year BTP returns over 4.4%.
L ‘euro It fell below $1,005.
Saipem Records an increase of 8.69% to 0.9006 eurosafter spreading Quarterly results. The engineering company closed the first nine months of 2022 with improvement in turnover and profitability. The administration has introduced new guidance for the current year that does not include onshore drilling.
on the swing Campari (-0.13% to 8.994 euros). The company issued I Financial statements for the first nine months of 2022, a period that ended with a sharp improvement in revenue and profitability. Management has confirmed stable EBIT margin guidance on net sales in 2022 at an organic level.
also ST (-7.74% to €32,225) I reported Financial results for the third quarter of 2022. The Italian-French group closed with a strong increase in revenue and margins, and results better than management’s estimates. The senior management of the Italian-French group also presented some financial estimates for the current quarter and for the whole of 2022.
Moncler It loses 4.63% to €46.16after spreading Some financial indicators related to the first nine months of 2022. The Jackets Group ended the period under review with revenue of 1.56 billion euros, up 32% compared to 1.18 billion euros in the first three quarters of last year.
Bankers on the swing.
He exploited UniCredit (-0.2%)After the sharp rise in the previous session.
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