Stock market: Milan soars to +2% with banks and energy – Economy


The Milan Stock Exchange flies, in line with other European lists. The Ftse Mib gained 2% to 26,544 points, supported by the positive trend in banks and energy. Tod’s jumped on the stock market after the preliminary accounts for 2021 with revenues above expectations at 884 million (+38.7% compared to 2020 and -3.5% on 2019), and revenues in the fourth quarter alone up by 9.6% compared to 2019. In Piazza Affari, the title recorded a sharp increase of 11% to 44.48 euros.

Tod’s jump on the stock market after the preliminary accounts for 2021 with revenues above expectations at 884 million (+38.7% compared to 2020 and -3.5% over 2019), and revenues in the fourth quarter alone up by 9, 6% compared to 2019. In Piazza The Affari title recorded a sharp increase of 11% to 44.48 euros.

Leonardo bounces in the stock market after the fall of 5.7% on the eve of news from Kuwait on an investigation by the Anti-Corruption Authority, as part of the program to supply 20 Eurofighter Typhoons to the country’s air force, which due to an inflated cost assumption involves two senior Kuwaiti defense officers. The Italian company is not under investigation and the program is continuing as planned. This morning on Piazza Affari the title is up 3.3% to 6,428 euros.

the European stock exchanges they look bubbly waiting for the Fed meeting. Investors are looking for guidance on what decisions the US central bank will make regarding a possible acceleration in interest rate hikes. Developments in the crisis between Russia and Ukraine are in the spotlight. The Stoxx 600 zone index gained 1.8%. Milan (+2%), Madrid (+2.02%), Frankfurt (+1.94%), Paris (+1.9%), London (+1.63%) shine. The listings are supported by energy (+2.5%), autos (+2.6%) and banks (+2.5%), while Wall Street futures are also positive.

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