(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 16 – Piazza Affari confirmed its rise at the end of the morning, with the Ftse Mib index up 0.2% to 23,014 points. Exchanges in the first session after the long August bank holiday are subtle, for now less than the equivalent of 600 million euros, less than half of what changed hands last Friday. The differential between German BTPs and ten-year Bunds rose to 211.2 points, with the Italian annual yield up 6.6 basis points to 3.03%, just above the close on Friday.
In light Leonardo (+ 2.33%), on the long wave of new helicopter orders announced last Thursday in Brazil. Followed by A2a (+ 1.74%) and Enel (+ 1.63%), favored by the latest rainfall in the Alps after a long period of drought. Snam also did well (+1.24%) (and Stm (+ 1.31%), in contrast to its European rivals. Amplifon slows down (-7.29%) after cutting the estimates for the entire year of rivals Sonova ( -14.62%) and Demant (-7.14%). They took profits on Tim (-2.58%) after last Friday’s jump (+ 6%) when the Fratelli d’Italia project on the Group, which envisages the involvement of Cdp to maintain its hold on the network by selling commercial activities, was relaunched by the Bloomberg Agency. Weak Saipem (-1.68%), and Unicredit (-1.28%). More cautious Intesa (- 0.28%) and Banco Bpm (-0.15%), slightly up Bper (+ 0.17%). Eni sluggish (-0.36%) with the drop in crude gel (Wti -0.9% a 88.59 dollars a barrel), below 90 dollars a barrel. (ANSA).