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Piazza Affari in a draw on the day of the takeover bid

Byeditorial

May 31, 2021

First session of the week that ended in parity for the Milan Stock Exchange, where the Ftse Mib stopped at 25,170.55 points (+ 0.01%). In the blue chip basket, the best performance was recorded by Atlantia shares, up 2.84% after the approval of the shareholders’ meeting for the offer received by the consortium led by the CDP for Autostrade per l’Italia. But to characterize the start of the week were the news relating to the takeover bids: Generali Assicurazioni (-0.18%) launched a total voluntary takeover bid on Cattolica (+ 15.11%) at 6.75 euros per share (+ 15% compared to Friday’s close). “The offer – reads the note from Leone – leverages the effective progress of the strategic partnership stipulated between Generali and Cattolica on 24 June 2020, and should allow customers of both companies to benefit from the wide range of products, ‘extension of distribution networks and the integration of important digital technologies “. Again with regard to takeover bids, Marbles announced an offer on Retelit (+ 14.7%) with a premium of 10.7% and Fly retouched the price for Carraro from 2.4 to 2.55 (+ 1.61%). Closing in the red for Iren (-2.67%) following the change in top management: Gianni Vittorio Armani was appointed Chief Executive Officer in place of the outgoing Massimiliano Bianco. According to the governor of the Bank of Italy, Ignazio Visco, the vaccination campaign will produce an acceleration of the economy which, over the whole year, could allow the GDP “to exceed 4%”. In line with the OECD estimate, according to which the 2021 GDP could grow by 4.5% and in 2022 to mark a + 4.4%. The spread between our BTPs and Bunds did not register significant changes, confirming itself at 105 basis points. (in collaboration with money.it)

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