Ftse Mib, strong sales on CNH Industrial

Ftse Mib, strong sales on CNH Industrial
Ftse Mib, strong sales on CNH Industrial
The Milan stock exchange today in mid-session is confirmed flat: weakness stands out on the Ftse Mib on CNH Industrial shares while on the suit stands out the rally of Juventus shares after the announcement of the creation of the Super League.

On the raw materials front, the future for June delivery on Brent crude oil is confirmed at 66.7 dollars a barrel while the Eurodollar gains half a percentage point to 1.20387.

Milan Stock Exchange Today, 1pm update: Ftse Mib, strong sales on CNH Industrial

At the halfway point, the Ftse Mib shares 0.08% in the red, the Cac40 marks a + 0.28% and the Dax a + 0.09%.

Red by almost one percentage point for the BTP-Bund spread at 100 basis points.

The distribution of dividends, which at the start of the week involves, among others, Stellantis (-0.2%), Banco BPM (+ 1.29%), Campari (+0 , 73%), Ferrari (+ 0.26%), Unicredit (+ 1.06%) and CNH Industrial (-4.35%).

The latter pays a pledge upon notice of the stop negotiations with the Chinese Faw Jiefang related to the company’s On-Highway business.

“CNH Industrial confirms that it has closed discussions with FAW Jiefang regarding the Company’s On-Highway business and that continues to pursue existing plans for the separation of these activities in the first part of 2022 “.

On the set stands out + 8.8% of Juventus shares after the announcement that the club has signed an agreement with other top European clubs for the creation of a new European football competition, the Super League.

Future Wall Street: flat opening expected

After the new records of last week, the session on Wall Street should start in the name of caution: the derivative on the Dow Jones registers -0.14%, the one on the S & P500 marks -0.09% and the future on the Nasdaq a -0.04%.

Update at 9:25 am: Ftse Mib, Banco BPM in evidence

Shortly after the start of trading, the Ftse Mib shares 24,715.59 points (-0.12%), the Cac40 marks a + 0.13%, the Dax a + 0.16% and the Ftse100 is unchanged (-0 , 03%).

The BTP-Bund spread at the start of the European session did not register significant changes at 101 basis points.

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On the Ftse Mib the best performances are recorded by Stellantis (+ 1.35%) and Banco BPM (+ 1.08%). In addition to these two, Campari (+ 0.58%), Ferrari (+ 0.77%), Unicredit (+ 0.73%) and CNH Industrial (-4.46%) also detach the dividend.

The latter pays a pledge upon notice of the stop negotiations with the Chinese Faw Jiefang related to the company’s On-Highway business.

On the set stands the + 7.18% of Juventus shares after the announcement that the club has signed an agreement with other top European clubs for the creation of a new European football competition, the Super League.

“The founding clubs will continue to participate in their respective national competitions and, until the actual launch of the Super League, Juventus believes it will participate in the European competitions to which it has the right to enter ”, reports the note from the Juventus club.

“Upon the actual start of the Super League and following the marketing of the audiovisual rights relating to the competition, under the agreement it is expected that founding clubs on the whole receive a contribution of a net amount of approximately Euro 3.5 billion, which will be disbursed in a single payment “.

Asia Stock Exchanges: Tokyo on a par

The Hong Kong index, the Hang Seng, recorded + 0.32%, the China A50 ended the session with + 2.16 %% and the Nikkei closed with + 0.01%.

The Australian S & P / ASX 200 index also did not move much (+ 0.03%).

Wall Street: Nasdaq little moved at the end of the octave

The Dow Jones closed the last session of the week with + 0.48%, the S & P500 finished with + 0.36% and the Nasdaq with + 0.1%.

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