(ANSA) – MILAN, 12 AUGUST – Last session of the positive week for the Milan Stock Exchange: the Ftse Mib index closed up by 0.49% to 22,970 points, the Ftse All share up by 0.47% at an altitude of 25,138. Equity markets in the Old Continent also recorded a general cautious rise, especially awaiting moves by central banks: Frankfurt closed up by 0.7%, London up by 0.4% and Madrid by 0.3%. Positive by a marginal 0.1% Paris, flat Amsterdam. Share prices in Moscow rose by just under one percentage point, with the price of gas falling marginally in Amsterdam, but still at the high level of 206 euros per megawatt hour.
The spread between 10-year BTPs and German Bunds grew slightly to 204 basis points, with the yield on the Treasury product at 3.02%. In Piazza Affari, however, Tim’s race stood out: the stock closed up by 6% at 0.24 euros.
Strong exchanges, exceeding 200 million shares: at the base of the blaze, for a stock that is in any case just above its historical lows, there is also the indiscretion spread by Bloomberg on a possible plan by Fratelli d’Italia for involve Cdp in launching an offer on the company while maintaining public control over the national network.
Purchases also on Nexi, a final climb of 5% with market rumors on the interest from private equity, which would aim to acquire the company and proceed with the ‘delisting’. Banco Bpm also did well (+ 4%), with Unicredit up by 2.6%. Among the main stocks, the worst was Prysmian, down 2.8%, with Amplifon, Leonardo and Recordati down by more than one percentage point.
In the low-capitalization basket, purchases on the volatile Mps, which rose 3.8% to 0.43 euros. (HANDLE).