Negative start to the week for European stock markets, with investors fearing a new tightening by the Fed and the ECB respectively, after last Friday’s positive data on employment in the United States and factory orders in Germany. In our country, however, starting from 6 March, the new issues of the BTP Italia will start, which will have a duration of 5 years. The characteristics of the bond remain similar to the previous issues: in particular, a loyalty bonus of 8 per thousand is envisaged.
At the TTF in Amsterdam, the price of gas is stable, which is around 57 euros per megawatt hour. On the other hand, the value of oil fell, with Brent and Wti falling by 0.3% and 0.6% respectively. The euro/dollar exchange rate fell to 1.07. In Milan, the pink jersey of Europe, the Ftse Mib rises by 0.27% and closes at 27,022.33. On the other hand, the spread between BTPs and German Bunds increased, around 177 basis points. The yield on the 10-year bond also rises significantly, in addition to 4.14%.
Intesa Sanpaolo does well (+2.69%) on the main list of Piazza Affari, with analysts who see a profit of more than 6 billion euros for 2023. Tim also rises (+3.18%), thanks to the long wave of Kkr’s offer. Excellent result, then, for Italgas (+1.83%), Terna (+1.49%) and Amplifon (+2.37%).
On the other hand, Eni (-1.07%), Fineco (-1.89%), Interpump (-1.34%), Iveco (-1.06%), Moncler (-2.25%), Nexi (-1.18%), Pirelli (-1.41%), Stm (-2.19%), Saipem (-1.01%) and Tenaris (-0.82%). Oil companies, in particular, are disadvantaged by the decline in the value of crude oil. (in collaboration with Money.it)