Affari&Finanza, Live 40 anni. La diretta dell’evento alla Bocconi di Milano. Donnet (Generali): “Il governo riscriva il Ddl Capitali”

“Con Affari&Finanza volevamo esserci. Arrivammo noi e nacque un nuovo modo di raccontare l’economia”. Sono le parole di Eugenio Scalfari a incorniciare l’evento A&F Live 40 anni, all’Università Bocconi di Milano: il racconto dei quarant’anni del settimanale economico di Repubblica e una riflessione con i principali esponenti del mondo economico e finanziario (i protagonisti) su […]

The boomerang of the tractor revolt against the Green Deal: This is how the protest turns into a big Tafazzi march

Following the news, it escapes like that Tractor riot often has different motivations from country to country. In fact, from time to time this or that rule imposed by Brussels is targeted: the limitation of pesticides and not the proportion of uncultivated land or something else. But not all together. Justified or not, these attacks […]

Today’s stock markets, February 29th. American inflation was expected. Moncler and Saipem are flying behind the bills

Under Saipem’s leadership, Piazza Affari continues to rise Piazza Affari continues to rise late morning, with the Ftse Mib gaining 0.37% to 32,739.63 points. The intraday high reached 32,784.99 points while the low was 32,613.36 points. Saipem jumps after 2023 results (+10.38%), followed by Moncler (+4.98%), Poste Italiane (+3.38%), Prysmian (+3.1%), Recordati (+1, 5%), Monte […]

Today’s stock markets, February 27th. Markets wait cautiously for EU inflation. Bitcoin rises to $57,000

MILAN – Operators’ belief that the Fed can reduce the cost of money is fading and uncertainty reigns in markets where today there are no relevant indicators other than European inflation. Finally, Kansas City Fed Governor President Jeffrey R. Schmid called for patience in cutting rates as long as inflation remains above the 2% target […]

Mortgages, Fabi analysis: “Interest rates have tripled in two years. Now we need an interest rate cut from the ECB to breathe new life into the building block.”

MILAN – The interest rate cut, quickly, to revive the possibility for Italian families to get closer to buying a home. That’s what it requires Fabi, the union of independent bankerswho photographs the development of mortgage costs and the associated dynamics of the real estate market against the backdrop of the ECB’s tightening of monetary […]

Today’s stock markets, February 23rd. The price lists are cautious, German GDP is declining

MILAN – European stock markets are moving cautiously higher, with Piazza Affari gaining, led by banks. The euphoria that prevailed yesterday following the publication of the Nvidia reports and caused the rush is waning on the markets Wall Street. European markets are also grappling with confirmation of a slowdown in the German economy, with GDP […]

The stock markets today, February 21st. Europe is rising cautiously, MPS is in the spotlight and the Treasury is poised for another sell-off

MILAN – With the exception of London, the European stock markets developed positively in the middle of the session. The focus of the market is the publication of the minutes of the last meeting fed, from which investors will try to glean clues about the timing of the Federal Reserve’s first interest rate cut. You […]

Today’s stock markets, February 19th. Chinese New Year, spending above expectations. Weak EU price lists

MILAN – Chinese consumption data for the Lunar New Year exceeded expectations and returned to pre-coronavirus levels. Around $87.9 billion was spent on entertainment, catering and travel, an increase of 47.3% on an annual basis and 7.7% compared to 2019, the last reference year before Covid-19. Caution from observers: “While we see some strength in […]

Families’ financial wealth is rising: BTPs and stocks on the rise in 2023

MILAN – The current accounts are a little lighter, but the securities dossiers are richer in government bonds. It’s the photo taken by Fabiof the Italian Banking Union, which shows a growth in family financial assets in 2023, with a jump from 552 billion to 5,216 billion compared to pre-Covid figures in 2019. The decline […]