(Teleborsa) – The Milan Stock Exchange shines on the main European lists, which show good earnings. Money spread all over the Piazza Affari, where stocks related to the oil sector shine. Positive Generali and Mediobanca, after Leonardo Del Vecchio and Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone made a pact in view of the renewal of the Board of Directors of the Trieste-based company.
Caution prevails onEuro / US dollar, which continues the session with a slight decrease of 0.30%. L’Oro it is essentially stable at $ 1,789.9 an ounce. Plus sign for oil (Light Sweet Crude Oil), up 1.13%.
Consolidate the levels of the eve it spread, settling at +103 basis points, with the yield of the ten-year BTP standing at 0.69%.
Among the European lists good performance for Frankfurt, which grew by 0.99%, sustained London, with a decent gain of 0.77%, and good insights on Paris, which shows a large advantage of 0.75%.
Plus sign for the Italian price list, with the FTSE MIB up by 1.10%; along the same lines, the FTSE Italia All-Share it gained 0.97% compared to the previous session, trading at 28,572 points.
On the levels of the eve the FTSE Italia Mid Cap (-0.11%); on the same trend, consolidates the levels of the eve on FTSE Italia Star (+0,11%).
Top of the ranking of the most important titles of Milan, we find Pirelli (+2,97%), Saipem (+2,96%), Banca Generali (+2,70%) e ENI (+2,12%).
The worst performances, on the other hand, are recorded on DiaSorin, which gets -1.21%.
Thoughtful Amplifon, with a fractional decline of 0.76%.
At the top among Italian stocks a mid cap, Sanlorenzo (+3,71%), The. (+2,88%), IRISH (+2,11%) e SOL (+1,96%).
The worst performances, on the other hand, are recorded on GVS, which gets -7.45%.
Breathless Tod’s, which falls by 6.70%.
Thud of Bff Bank, which shows a 2.48% drop.
Letter on Tinexta, which records a significant decline of 2.38%.