Stock market today, the Ftse Mib closed strongly (+ 2.9%). The best and worst headlines on Friday 2 September

Stock market today, the Ftse Mib closed strongly (+ 2.9%). The best and worst headlines on Friday 2 September
Stock market today, the Ftse Mib closed strongly (+ 2.9%). The best and worst headlines on Friday 2 September
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The Ftse Mib closed the session on Friday 2 September with a strong rise (+ 2.91% to 21,921 points). The market particularly appreciated the US employment report from August, which showed that the unemployment rate is higher than expected and the average hourly wage just below forecast. These data could push the Fed to be less aggressive over the next few sessions.

All the Ftse Mib in positive

Virtually all the stocks of the Ftse Mib manage to close trading above parity, starting with the industrialists, recently penalized by strong sales waves: Cnh Industrial + 4.6%, Stellantis + 2.6%, Iveco +4.1 %, Pirelli + 3.1%, Prysmian + 3.7%, Stm + 3.8%. Below parity (-0.02%) only Leonardo.

Sabaf queen of the Star

On the Star in great shape Sabaf (+ 6.7%). Recently, between 22 and 26 August, the company purchased 2,621 shares at an average unit price of € 20.7016 per share and for a total value of € 53,918. In contrast to Wiit (-2.9%).

On the All Share in light Mon-Fri

Great performance on the All Share for Lu-Ve (+ 6%), a company that works in the field of air heat exchangers and which has recently obtained a loan of 30 million euros from Intesa Sanpaolo with a Sace guarantee. At the bottom of the Caltagirone list (-3.8%).

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Egm: Visibilia + 28%

On the EGM, the best performance of the day was that of Visibilia, which led the index increases with + 28%, followed by Digitouch (+ 7.9%) and Gismondi 1754 (+ 7.3%). (All rights reserved)

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