(ANSA) – MILAN, JANUARY 21 – Piazza Affari closed the last session of the week in sharp decline (Ftse Mib -1.85% to 27,061 points), amid strong increases in trades for almost 3.2 billion euros in turnover , well above the total in each of the last 4 days. The spread between BTPs and German Bunds rose to 135.3 points, despite the annual yield on ten-year bonds down by 1.4 points to 1.1285%.
The basket of major stocks was completely in red, with the exception of Intesa Sanpaolo (+ 0.02%), the only one in positive territory at the end of the session. Amplifon (-4.11%), on the other hand, weighed together with Prysmian (-3.79%) and Tenaris (-3.76%), both penalized by the sharp rise in metals. Stellantis in red (-3.54%), like the rest of the auto sector in Europe after the recent data on registrations. However, the Franco-Italian-American group was also affected by the sale of 1.1% by Dongfeng announced on the eve. Minus sign for Ferrari (-3.04%) and Cnh (-2.67%) together with Exor (-2.64%) upstream of the control chain, while Iveco appeared more cautious (-0.77%) .
Sales did not spare Generali (-3.21%), Unicredit (-2.87%), Diasorin (-2.82%), Buzzi (-2.49%), Mediobanca (-1.99%) and Stm (-1.9%). Bper was also in the red (-1.88%), while Banco Bpm was more cautious (-0.86%). The drop in crude oil did not help Eni (-1.38%) and Saipem (-0.67%). Weak Enel (-1.4%), little move Terna (-0.09%), unlike Italgas (-1.68%) and Snam (-0.74%). (HANDLE).
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