Piazza Affari archives the week marked by an increase (Ftse Mib + 1.34%) with a list pushed by the Stm rally (+ 5.06%) in line with the other technology thanks to the quarterly revenues better than expected by the Taiwanese giant of Tsmc chips. He attempted to go up the Atlantia slope (+ 2.14% to 13.39 euros) in a market that trusts in a reorganization of the group that includes Aspi to avoid the revocation of the motorway concession. Purchases on Interpump (+ 3.14%) and on banks with Mediobanca (+ 2.77%) and Unicredit (+ 2.68%) to drive growth. Intesa gained 1.98% at 1.76 euros and Ubi 1.25% at 3.07 euros at the end of the first week of the Ops.
On the opposite front, Saipem sold (-0.76%) with Terna (-0.52%). Inwit also weak (-0.7%) while the Tim title (+ 0.79%) is indifferent to the exclusion of Huawei from a race for 5G and from the scenarios on the newco for the network. On the Iren parity (-0.09%). The multiutility has entered into an agreement with Luiss aimed at stimulating the growth of the territories in which it operates. In the sprint Molmed (+ 11.14% to 0.51 euros) thanks to the fact that the tender offer of the Japanese AGC continues in compliance with the conditions laid down by the golden power.