Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018
MILAN

Milan shows strongest gains, leading other euro markets

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Milan, January 28 - Italy's major stock market led
its European peers Monday on a day when trading was generally
weak.
On the Milan Stock Exchange, the FTSE Mib gained 0.96% in
trading, to end the day at 17,897 points.
Italian bank stocks did well on the day, despite the
fallout from a derivatives scandal at Italy's third-largest
lender, Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS).
Unicredit gained 1.84% in Monday's trading and Intesa
Sanpaolo rose by 2.62% while MPS, which showed dramatic
fluctuations during the day, ended 0.65% higher.
Market heavyweight Fiat also gained 2.25% in Monday
trading.
In contrast to Milan, most other markets in Europe showed a
poor performance, despite healthy economic news.
Rising corporate profits in China and a strong durable
goods report from the United States should have meant an overall
boost in confidence that the global economic recovery may be
imminent.
In the US, durable-goods orders for December surged by 4.6%
- a much greater result than the 1.6% gains that some analysts
were expecting.
Meanwhile, the spread between Italy's benchmark 10-year
bond and its ultra-safe German counterpart closed at 252 basis
points, and the yield on 10-year Italian paper stood at 4.21%,
In other European markets, Frankfurt's DAX lost 0.32% to
reach 7,833 points, while London's FTSE 100 climbed by 0.16% to
close at 6,294.41 points, Paris's CAC 40 ended the day almost
unchanged, gaining just 0.07% to close at 3,780.89 points, and
Spain's IBEX 35 closed trading 0.60% lower at 8,672.50 points.

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