Piazza Affari positive, oil sector recovering

A positive start to the week for Piazza Affari, after the bloodbath with which it closed last week. The indications coming from the WHO, whose first findings highlight how the symptoms of the Omicron variant could be mild, and from Moderna, according to which at the beginning of 2022 we could have a revised version of the vaccine, have allowed European exchanges to start the week with the plus sign.

Thanks to the contribution from an energy sector (+ 2.34% of Eni, + 0.84% ​​of Saipem and + 0.9% of Tenaris) which moved in the wake of the + 3.4% achieved by the crude oil (which came from -11.5%), our Ftse Mib closed the first session of the week with a rise of 0.73% to 26,041.55 points.

A positive day also for Moncler (+ 3%), which capitalized on the start of the Christmas shopping season, and for STMicroelectronics (+ 2.59%), one of the most penalized stocks last week.

In the banking sector, Banco Bpm closed with + 1.69%, UniCredit recorded + 0.72% and Intesa Sanpaolo finished in the red (-0.63%). A minus sign also for Diasorin (-1.17%), among the few stocks to rise on Friday as the company produces tests to detect Covid, and Telecom Italia (-1.96%), after the news of the step backwards by the ‘To Luigi Gubitosi.

On the first day of the capital increase, Juventus shares lost 6.34%. The company issued a note on Saturday to announce investigations into the company and some of its current and past officials. “Juventus – reports a note from the company – is collaborating with the investigators and with Consob and is confident that it will clarify every aspect of their interest, believing that it has operated in compliance with the laws and regulations governing the preparation of financial reports, in compliance to accounting principles and in line with international football industry practice and market conditions “.

The BTP-Bund spread at 128 basis points did not move. (in collaboration with money.it).