The Milan Stock Exchange Opened this Tuesday’s Trading Session…
Milan Stock Exchange: FTSE MIB Index opens up + 0.36% on Tuesday, June 30, 2020
The Milan Stock Exchange, opened this Tuesday’s trading session at an increase of + 0.36%, being quoted at 19,517.46 points.
In the previous trading session, the FTSE MIB index closed at 19,447.02 points.
The FTSE MIB index is made up of the forty most representative shares of the Milan Stock Exchange. Its composition includes several Italian multinational companies, such as the automaker Fiat, the tire manufacturer Pirelli, the food company Parmalat and the company Telecom Telecom Italia.
Among all the assets traded on the Milan stock market, 41.37% (103) opened the trading session on Tuesday, operating at a high. The biggest increases recorded at the opening of the trading session on Tuesday were:
1) + 5.08% appreciation of the Intek Group Rsp common share (BIT: IKGR)
2) Appreciation of + 4.99% of the Piovan common share (BIT: PVN)
3) Appreciation of + 4.60% of the Banca Sistema common share (BIT: BST)
Among all the assets traded on the Milan stock market, 52.21% (130) opened on Tuesday trading at a low level. The biggest casualties recorded at the opening of the trading session on Tuesday were:
1) -4.70% devaluation of the H-farm common share (BIT: FARM)
2) -3.97% devaluation of Irce common share (BIT: IRC)
3) -3.33% devaluation of Illa common share (BIT: ILLA).
Traded on FOREX, the Euro – common currency of the European Union (EU) – opened this Tuesday’s trading session at a low of -0.34% against the US dollar and a decrease of -0.01% against the pound sterling. Earlier on Tuesday, while a US dollar was equivalent to 0.88912 euros, a pound sterling could buy 1.094585 euros.
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The Milan Stock Exchange Opened this Tuesday's Trading Session