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Stock Exchange: Milan is looking for a direction, banks and utilities weigh in

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Genoa, Banca Carige opens the first smart branch (ANSA)

(ANSA) – MILAN, NOV 11 – The Milan Stock Exchange (+ 0.09%) is not moving much and is looking for a direction pending the launch of Wall Street.

The banks, energy and utilities weigh on Piazza Affari.

Meanwhile, the spread between BTP and German Bund falls to 119 basis points, with the yield of the Italian ten-year at 0.94%. On the fourth day of placement, the collection of the BTP Futura rises to over 256 million euros.

At the bottom of the main Interpump list (-5.7%), after the accounts and the acquisition of Berma. Poste was also bad (-2%), with the results of the first nine months. Sales on banks with Unicredit, Mps and Intesa (-0.4%), Banco Bpm (-0.2%) and Bper (-0.1%). Equities linked to oil are also bad, with Tenaris (-1.5%), Saipem (-1.2%) and Eni (-0.7%) slowing down. Among the utilities, A2a (-1.4%), awaiting financial results, Italgas (-0.9%), Snam (-0.7%) and Enel (-0.4%) are in the red. Male Tim (-1%), on the day of the extraordinary board.

Corre Nexi (+ 4.8%), with strong growth in revenues. In light of Cnh (+ 3%), with the listing of Iveco from 3 January, Moncler and Mediaset (+ 2%). In the positive, Generali (+ 0.2%). (HANDLE).

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