Stock market: volatile Europe ahead of the Fed, Milan + 0.1% with Tim rebound

Stock market: volatile Europe ahead of the Fed, Milan + 0.1% with Tim rebound
Stock market: volatile Europe ahead of the Fed, Milan + 0.1% with Tim rebound
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Dividend impact of -0.16% on the index (Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) – Milan, Sep 19 – European stock exchanges closed a volatile session with a rise, characterized by the wait for the new monetary policy tightening of the Fed, in calendar on Tuesday, which will attract investors’ attention for the whole week. In Piazza Affari, the Ftse Mib closed up by 0.14% despite discounting a negative impact of 0.16% following the detachment of the dividend by Eni (-1.92%) and StMicroelectronics (+1.36 %). Purchases also on CNH Industrial (+ 2.93%), which started the first tranche of 50 million dollars as part of the 300 million buyback announced on 29 July. Tim’s rebound (+ 2.62%) reduces shocks from a week due to internal discussions within the shareholders and the political uncertainty that has put the single network project on stand-by. In the dark, the banks, recently on the shields thanks to the prospect of an increase in interest rates, weak oil with the drop in the barrel (Saipem -5.6%). On the energy front, as mentioned, the price of oil is down even if far from the minimum: the November future on Brent drops 0.59% to 90.81 dollars a barrel, while the WTI with October delivery slips by 0.53 % at $ 84.66. The price of natural gas on the Ttf platform in Amsterdam fell by 4% to 180.25 euros per megawatt hour. On the currency, the euro pegs parity against the dollar and is worth 1.0006 from 0.9992 on Friday. The euro / yen exchange rate is 143.37 (from 143.43) and the dollar / yen exchange rate is 143.27 (142.91).

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(RADIOCOR) 09-19-22 17:40:06 (0386) NEWS, ENE, PA, ASS 3 NNNN

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