(Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor) – The tow of Wall Street, which rebounds after the long weekend trying to recover part of the 2 trillion burned by the US stock markets last week, has supported the European stock markets. There Continental exchanges they thus managed to consolidate the positions gained yesterday thanks to the assurances of the president of the ECB, Christine Lagarde, on the effectiveness of the anti-spread shield. Investors’ attention now shifts overseas, where Fed chairman Jerome Powell’s half-yearly testimony to the US Senate is scheduled on Wednesday, from which the market hopes to get some more insight into the central bank’s future moves to curb the ‘inflation.
Wall Street closed higher at the end of the day, with the Dow Jones up 2.15%, the Nasdaq up 2.51% and the S&P 500 up 2.45%.
At Piazza Affari the FTSE MIB ended the day up 0.39%. Among the Milanese stocks with greater capitalization, it stood out Leonardo – Finmeccanica after the announcement of the merger into the American subsidiary Drs of Rada Electronic Industries, a supplier of advanced software-defined military tactical radars, already listed on Nasdaq and Tel Aviv. Banks also did well, led by bpm bankas well as big industrialists such as Stellaris e Stmicroelectronics (+ 2.57%). Back up for instead Remember, which gave way after a series of positive sessions. Utilities are also in red.
Rip Leonardo thanks to the merger of Rada into Drs
As for Leonardo, the purchases were triggered right from the start on the news that the US subsidiary Drs and Rada Electronic Industries have signed a binding agreement for the merger by Rada in Leonardo Drs. A move that analysts consider “strategic”. Rada is a supplier of advanced software-defined military tactical radars, already listed on Nasdaq and Tel Aviv and, upon completion of the transaction, expected by the end of the year, Drs will also be listed on both lists. In detail, Drs will acquire 100% of the share capital of Rada in exchange for the assignment to the current shareholders of Rada of approximately 19.5% in Leonardo Drs of which Leonardo, through its US subsidiary Leonardo Holding, will continue to own the ’80, 5 percent.
In Milan, bankers continue to rise, sales on utilities
The bankers are still toned with bpm bank, Unicredit e Intesa Sanpaolo, among the securities that are raising their heads thanks to the hypothesis of an anti-spread shield from the ECB. Investor purchases are focusing on Iveco Group which announced its intention to return to producing buses in Italy (through a request for access to Mise’s “development contracts” as part of the opportunities provided by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan). In the car sector, good Stellaris e Cnh Industrial. Among the tlc sale Telecom Italia struggling with the evaluation of the network by Vivendi’s French partners on the 31 billion euros, on which analysts appear “cold” since it could be an obstacle to the merger with Open fiber. At the bottom of the list the utilities with Terna, A2a e Italgas.