Borsa Italiana, the commentary on today’s session (2 July 2021)

Borsa Italiana, the commentary on today’s session (2 July 2021)
Borsa Italiana, the commentary on today’s session (2 July 2021)

Piazza Affari is equal after a more positive start. Among the individual stocks in Milan, eyes on banks after Lagarde’s indications on the possible release of dividends

Piazza Affari is equal after a more positive start. Among the individual stocks, eyes on banks, after Christine Lagarde’s indications on dividends, whose block could end at the end of September.

In the US, before the opening of the markets, it will be widespread the employment report for June.

Every 10.35 the FTSEMib loses 0.05% to 25.273 points while the All Share falls by 0.02%. In positovo Mid Cap (+ 0.19%) and Star (+ 0.43%).

At Piazza Affari, eyes on bankers. According to the main press organs, the green light by the ECB to return to the ex-dividend. In the past few hours it has been the same Christine Lagarde – who in addition to being number one ECB is also the chair of the European Systemic Risk Board – said that “if the conditions of the economy and the financial sector do not deteriorate, our recommendation on restricting distributions during the pandemic could expire at the end of September 2021“. Unicredit down by 0.94% e Intesa Sanpaolo 0.23%.

The focus is Mediobanca (-0.65%). According to Consob communications, Leonardo Del Vecchio has risen to 19% of the share capital of Piazzetta Cuccia, not far from the 19.99% for which he has already received the authorization of the ECB.

Also to be monitored Mediaset (+ 2.23%). According to what Il Sole24Ore wrote this morning it would be time to put the international expansion project which has been part of the corporate strategy for some time. According to some rumors, the Biscione would have resumed contact with Discovery.

Eyes on too Stellantis (-0.1%). Yesterday the Ministry of Transport released the data on registrations in June, up by 12.6% compared to the same month of the previous year. The market share of the group born from the merger between FCA and Psa Group is 37.7%. Its registrations grew more than the market did overall with an improvement of 19.5%.

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Borsa Italiana commentary todays session July

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