Despite the public holiday, trading in Piazza Affari will be regular, while the afterhours session will be closed. Nervous start for Mediobanca. ENI shines </p><div> <! - <EdIndex> -><p><img style="float: left;" src="https://news.google.com/pictures/2020/05/08/borsa-positiva_1.jpeg" alt="bag-positiva_1" width="200" />The major indices of Borsa Italiana and the main European financial markets have met expectations and <strong>they started the day in positive territory</strong>. Despite the public holiday <strong>trading in Piazza Affari will be regular</strong>, while the afterhours session will be closed.
At 09.20 the FTSEMib recorded an increase of 0.38% to 18.594 points, while the FTSE Italia All Share it gained 0.33%. Minimum variations for the FTSE Italia Mid Cap (-0.01%) and for the FTSE Italia Star (-0.02%).
Fractional rise after a more uncertain start for the major American indices. The Dow Jones rose 0.36% to 25,475 points while the S & P500 gained 0.38% to 3,056 points. Better performance for the Nasdaq (+ 0.66% at 9,552 points).
Positive day also for the Tokyo stock exchange. The Nikkei index ended the session with an increase of 1.19% to 22,325.5 points.
L’EUR is confirmed above $ 1.11, while the bitcoin it jumped over $ 10,000 (about 9,000 euros).
The Btp-Bund spread confirmed at 184 points.
I remain in the spotlight i banking sector securities.
Nervous start for Mediobanca (-0.41%), after the sharp rise recorded on Monday 1 June. According to what is written in Il Sole24Ore, Delfin, the holding company headed by Leonardo del Vecchio, would be keen to have a role of “financial investor” in the institution of Piazzetta Cuccia.
ENI the session begins with progress of 1.94% to € 8.502. According to Il Sole24Ore, the six-legged dog would be creating two macro directional areas dedicated to its main business activities: one direction for the Oil sector (upstream and midstream) and one dedicated to energy transitions towards renewable energies.
Cattolica Assicurazioni bounces (+ 2.68%), after the heavy correction suffered in the session of June 1st.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles registers a fractional rise of 0.57%. The Ministry of Transport has announced that in May 2020 just under 100 thousand cars were registered in Italy, down 49.6% compared to the same period last year. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles performed worse than the market. According to reports from the Reuters agency, registrations of the group fell by 57.2% in May compared to the same month in 2019. As a result, the market share of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in Italy stood at 22.3%.
Reply he started the day with a 4.59% slide to 73.85 euros. The company has announced that the shareholder Alika has completed the sale of 2 million shares, corresponding to approximately 5.35% of the capital of the company listed on the STAR segment. The shares were sold at a price per share of 72 euros, which incorporates a 7% discount compared to the closing value of Reply on 1 June 2020 (77.4 euros).
Negative day start also for Banca Farmafactoring (-3.56%). According to reports from the Reuters agency, the shareholder BFF Luxembourg, which currently holds 21.9% of the institute’s capital, would have started the placement of a 10% stake.
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