Despite the new reassurances on the maintenance of expansive monetary policies by the European Central Bank, European lists have been weighed down by indications coming from the health front. In particular, the German situation is worrying, where there is a record number of infections.
On the macro agenda the indications are in line with the estimates coming from inflation, which rose by 4.1% annually in October.
On the Ftse Mib, which finished up 0.19% to 27,856.9 points, the best performance was recorded by Ferrari shares (+ 3.24%), driven by the confirmation of the “overweight” judgment by Morgan Stanley with an associated increase in the target price from 265 to 350 dollars.
Positive session also for Prysmian and Campari (+2.76 and + 1.48%) while Telecom Italia, after an initial blaze, closed little move (+ 0.18%). Perfect parity for Assicurazioni Generali despite the news of Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone’s climb to 7%.
In the banking sector, + 0.52% from UniCredit, Jefferies analysts reiterated the “buy” with a price target that rises from 13.4 to 14.65 euros, Intesa Sanpaolo unchanged (-0.02%) and signs less for Bper Banca (-0.34%) and Mediobanca (-0.7%).
Among the worst performances we find Nexi (-4.6%) and Diasorin (-4.15%): the former, like the rest of the sector, paid a pledge to Amazon’s decision to no longer accept Visa credit cards issued in United Kingdom, while the second was penalized by the rejection of Kepler-Cheuvreux from “buy” to “hold”.
A plus sign for the BTP-Bund spread, which rose by almost 2% to 121 basis points. (in collaboration with money.it)