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Italiana Stock Exchange, commenting on today’s session (April 11, 2022)

Atlantia is still in the spotlight, after the sharp rise achieved in the previous two sessions. Securities from the banking sector are still the champions at Piazza Avari.

The main indices of the Italian Stock Exchange and the main European financial markets They started the week with partial dips.

at 09.10 FTSEMib It was down 0.49% to 24,698 points, while it was down FTSE Italia all participated It was losing 0.48%. Also minus sign for FTSE Italia medium hat (-0.48%) for The star of FTSE Italia (-0.32%).

The Major US stock indices They closed the last session of the week in mixed territory. The Dow Jones advanced 0.4% to 34,721 points, while the S&P500 fell 0.27% to 4,488 points. Worse performance for the Nasdaq index (-1.34% at 13,711 points).

Negative start to the week TSE. The Nikkei index ended the session down by 0.61% to 26,822 points, after it fluctuated between the lowest level at 26,720 points and 27,005 points.

The Bitcoin It fell to less than 42,500 dollars (less than 39,000 euros).

The BTP-Bund spread He returned over 165 points.

L ‘euro Still less than $1.09.

He exploited AtlantiaAfter the sharp rise achieved in the previous two sessions. The title of the session began with 2,63% discount to 21.49 euros. According to what was written in Il Sole24Ore, contributor Edizione (belonging to the Benetton family) is studying over the weekend an agreement with the Blackstone Fund to launch an infrastructure ownership takeover bid and move forward with the company’s delisting.

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In Avary Arena still the heroes I Securities for the banking sector.

Stay in the spotlight on BancoBPM, after gaining more than 10% in the Friday session. The stock fell 0.56% to 2,998 euros.

backwards, UniCredit He earns 1.06% for 9.76 euros.

Starts in red for stocks in the oil sectorAfter the price of crude oil in New York (the contract expires in May 2022) fell to $ 96 a barrel.