Italian Stock Exchange, suspension from the session of September 12, 2023

Italian Stock Exchange, suspension from the session of September 12, 2023

Banking sector shares witnessed fluctuations at the beginning of today’s trading, after the rise they achieved in the previous session. Strong decline for Campari

The main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets are recorded Fractional differences.

1.10 pm Ftsimib It rose by 0.15% to 28,568 points, after fluctuating between a minimum of 28,460 points and a maximum of 28,602 points. At the same time FTSE Italy All Shares 0.11% recovered. However, the minus sign for FTSE Italy Mid Cap Index (-0.36%) and for FTSE Italy Star Index (-0.66%).

the Bitcoin It exceeded $26,000 (more than €24,000).

the Btp-bond spread It remains below 175 points, with the 10-year BTP yield approaching 4.4%.

to’euro It ranges between $1.07 and $1.075.

Banking sector stocks fluctuated at the beginning of the dayThis is after the rise it achieved in the previous session.

the bancopbm It gained 1.36% to 4,236 euros. The Institute has concluded the offering of a new covered bond issue intended for institutional investors with an amount of €500 million and a maturity of 3 years as part of a €10 billion secured bank bond programme. The issue attracted orders worth more than 900 million euros. The securities have a yield equal to the reference average swap rate plus 49 basis points.

sharp decline for Campari (-4.85% to €11,285). Its CEO, Bob Kunze-Konsiewicz, has informed the board of directors of his decision to retire effective at the shareholder meeting on April 11, 2024, the company said.

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In the sector STAR stands out Vision of Antares (Pending due to excessive discounting). The company announced its financial results for the first half of 2023 and revised its guidance for the full year. Management expects revenues of between €245 and €250 million (+10/12% on a like-for-like basis), with EBITDA of between €37 and €40 million.

But rising strongly Central Milk in Italy (+13.8% to €2.8) e Newlat Food (+5.06% to €6.23), after the release of the semi-annual results.

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