The main indices of Borsa Italiana and the main European financial centers recorded falls of more than one and a half percentage points
The major indices of Borsa Italiana and the main European financial centres recorded declines of more than one and a half percentage points, after the excellent performance achieved in the previous session. Today is the day of important technical deadlines: futures and option contracts on shares and indices expiring in March 2023.
At 15.30 the FTSEMib it lost 1.89% to 25,430 points, after fluctuating between a low of 25,411 points and a high of 26,372 points. At the same time the FTSE Italia All Share it was down 1.83%. Minus sign also for the FTSE Italia Mid Cap (-1.55%) and for the FTSE Italy Star (-0.96%).
The bitcoins it stands at 26,500 dollars (just under 25,000 euros).
The BTP-Bund spread recovered to 190 points, with the yield on the ten-year BTP falling below 4.05%.
L’EUR it remains below $1.065.
Banking stocks are on the downsideafter the strong volatility recorded in the previous sessions.
The decline of BPER Bank (suspended due to excessive reduction). Bad too UniCredit (-3.66%).
Worst performance for the Monte dei Paschi di Siena which loses 3.84%.
Is in the leaves 1.11% on the ground at 5.237 euros. The electric giant has communicated the final financial results for 2022, a year that saw a sharp increase in revenues and mixed but better-than-expected profitability. Debt is growing. Enel’s management also provided some financial targets relating to the 2023 financial year and communicated the amount of the balance of the 2023 dividend (relating to the 2022 financial year).
ENI turns red and loses 0.21% to 12.136 euros. The oil giant has communicated the final financial results for the 2022 financial year and has defined the amount of the fourth and final tranche of the 2023 dividend (relating to the 2022 financial year). Furthermore, ENI’s board of directors resolved to propose to the shareholders’ meeting a new buyback program and the cancellation of treasury shares purchased with the aim of remunerating shareholders.
Minus sign for too Stellantis (-2.09% to 15.584 euros). The auto giant announced the launch of the first tranche of its share buyback program, under the share buyback program announced on February 22, 2023 up to 1.5 billion euros, to be executed on the market in order to cancel the shares acquired. The first tranche of the program will cover a maximum amount of EUR 500 million.
At MidCap the leap of Webuild (+8.76% to 1.925 euros)following the release of the 2022 financial results.
Another slip of El.En (-6.15%).