The latest macro data is sobering. From the USA, the most anticipated and that is that concerning inflation, underlines the increase in consumer prices in May. A rally that exceeds even the most pessimistic forecasts. Numbers in hand we are talking about a + 5.0% on an annual basis. A figure that follows that already heavy + 4.2% last month.
The first thought, of course, goes to the Fed and interest rate decisions. Press indiscretions would like analysts oriented towards an announcement by the US central bank already between August and September. With undoubted consequences on the stock markets. But also for Piazza Affari. The latter, for its part, continues to strenuously defend the 25,000 points. A few minutes before 12 today, the Ftse Mib managed to confirm the 25,650. But what is the best stock listed on the Piazza Affari on which to focus immediately, not only in the short term? The question arises precisely from the forecasts particularly to be made for this summer. In fact, if the markets are still set to rise, one wonders how to invest in a medium-term perspective.
What is the best stock listed on the Milan Stock Exchange to focus on immediately, not only in the short term?
Lately the MPS title has returned to the spotlight. Also in this case, the optimism arises from press rumors. In fact, the oldest credit institution in the world could be the central pivot of an operation divided into various phases and which would involve several subjects.
In reality, the spotlight has been on the entire Italian banking sector for some time now. Thanks to a series of initiatives that also include possible mergers. Confirmation also comes from some analysts’ buy on securities in the financial sector.
For example, a few days ago, Citigroup had listed Intesa Sanpaolo with a buy rating (target set at € 2.80). Today Equita recommends the purchase (rating buy) on Banco Bpm (target set at 2.70 euros) and Illimity Bank (11 euros). Also of note today is the add rating by IntesaSanpaolo on Banca Generali with a target of € 35.80. Credit Suisse also joins the chorus with an outperform on Unicredit. In this case, the price target was raised to € 12.50 instead of the previous € 8.80.
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