The week of the Italian stock exchange starts up. Piazza Affari snatches upwards alone. An unexpected escape that suggests that the race towards 30,000 points has started. In the previous analysis the ProiezionidiBorsa Experts suggested that the Milanese price list had 26,000 points in its sights. With today’s closing of the Ftse Mib (INDEX: FTSEMIB) at 25,824 points, it can be said that this goal has now almost been achieved. So Piazza Affari makes a bang and sends a warning while a voice shakes a stock in the oil sector.
What has struck today is the strength of the Italian stock exchange towards other European squares. The Milan Stock Exchange closed the first session of the week with a 1% gain. But the German stock market lost 0.1%, the London one rose 0.1% and Paris gained 0.4%. A further sign of strength of our list is the closing on the highs of the day despite the weak opening of Wall Street.
But what is happening to our stock exchange? The attention of large investors is probably starting to pinpoint the list. The German stock market is at an all-time high, Paris is one step away, London is getting closer. While the Milan Stock Exchange still has wide margins of appreciation. To return to the all-time highs from these levels, the Ftse Mib must almost double in value.
Piazza Affari makes a bang and sends a warning as a voice shakes a stock in the oil sector
It is no coincidence that today the blue chip that has done the best among the 40 stocks with the largest capitalization, was Unicredit. The stock gained 3.4% to close at € 10.85. The action was certainly favored by the positive opinion of a financial company. But it is equally true that the title has enormous spaces for recovery. Suffice it to say that exactly 6 years ago the stock was quoted above 30 euros, 200% more than today.
But it was Saras who put the turbo today. The stock closed at € 0.856, up more than 12%. Prices were pushed by news and indiscretion. The news concerns the analysis of an investment bank which identified the target price of the share as 1 euro. But what caused prices to fly was above all the rumors of an imminent takeover bid (takeover bid) on the Moratti family stock.
This is the multidays analysis and the point of view of the international markets of the ProiezionidiBorsa Research Department.
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