(ANSA) – MILAN, 08 JUL – Last positive week session for the Milan Stock Exchange: the Ftse Mib index closed up by 1% net at 21,774 points, the Ftse All share up by 1.07 % at 23,852.
Equity markets in the Old Continent also ended generally above par, with Frankfurt significantly healthier than everyone else with a final 1.3% rise thanks largely to automotive groups. The London Stock Exchange rose by 0.1% also looking at political tensions, with a final increase of 0.4% in both Paris and Amsterdam. Down 0.2% Madrid, Moscow price lists flat.
Natural gas price down on the Amsterdam market of reference for Europe: methane closed down by 4% to 175 euros per megawatt hour, while the spread between 10-year BTPs and German Bunds held: the differential closed the session at 193 basis points, on the same line as the start of the day.
In this context, in Piazza Affari Mps has clearly rebounded: the stock, strong throughout the session, closed with an increase of 11.7% at 0.53 euros, after having reached the new all-time low of 0 in recent days. 45. During this week, the CEO Luigi Lovaglio met with investors, while discussions with the trade unions began.
Another strong rise for Saipem on the last day of the week preceding the closing of the 2 billion capital increase on Monday: the stock gained 7.27% to 3.6 euros, exceeding the level of last January 31st, when he sounded the alarm on the accounts.
Buzzi also did well (+ 5%), with Leonardo up by four percentage points. Also purchases on Stellantis (+ 3.8%) and Tenaris, which closed up 3.6%. Little move Tim (+ 0.7%) after the market day, some sales on Terna and Poste down by one and a half percentage points. In the smaller capitalization basket, MfeB shares rose 5.9% after Biscione with Opas on Mediaset Espana rose to 83% of the Spanish subsidiary. (HANDLE).
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