Stock Exchange: Milan is back in the red (-0.6%), many banks are down

(ANSA) – MILAN, 01 OCT – Piazza Affari returns to red (-0.6%) in the afternoon, in line with the other main European stock exchanges and with Wall Street gradually losing ground. In Milan, many banks are down, from Fineco (-1.9% 9 to Banco Bpm and Intesa (-0.7%), Unicredit (-0.4%), as in the rest of Europe. In contrast to Bper (+2 , 1%), Mps (+ 0m7%) and Carige (+ 0.2%). Pharmaceuticals are bad, from Diasorin (-3.2%) to Recordati (-2.2%). Down Cnh (-3, 6%), with press sources reporting rumors about the fate of the off-highway division with the possible return to the field of Faw and Hyundai. Bad cars with Stellantis (-1.6%), semiconductors with Stm (-1.5 %). A lot of industry was negative, from Buzzi (-1.2%) to Amplifon (-1%). In line with European oil companies Eni (-0.7%) and in Tenaris plant engineering (-0.4%), better Saipem (+ 0.6%). Moncler luxury (+ 2.6%) is practically isolated in the main price list, Terna (+ 1.6%) and Enel (+ 1.5%) in energy good. Among the investment banks, Mediolanum is especially in shape (+ 0.9%). Among the smaller Corsican stocks of Sabaf (+ 8.6%) and Salcef (+ 7.5%), Eprice crashes (-13 , 1%) and Bioera (-7.3%), stopped in downward trading. (ANSA).

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