FTSEMIB.MI - FTSE MIB Index

Milan - Milan Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
22,190.45
-295.87 (-1.32%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close22,486.32
Open22,504.45
Volume0
Day's Range22,162.56 - 22,508.30
52 Week Range20,584.20 - 23,890.20
Avg. Volume0
  • The Week Ahead – Trump, The ECB, the FED, North Korea and Trade in Focus
    FX Empire8 days ago

    The Week Ahead – Trump, The ECB, the FED, North Korea and Trade in Focus

    It’s a busy week ahead, with the markets looking ahead to ECB, FED and BoJ monetary policy, the North Korea – U.S Summit, key stats out of the UK, Europe and the U.S and then there’s the G7 Summit that concluded on the weekend.

  • Italeave? Political Crisis Causes Havoc in the Italian Bond Market
    FX Empire14 days ago

    Italeave? Political Crisis Causes Havoc in the Italian Bond Market

    The tension that’s been gathering in Italy finally erupted last week as coalition talks stalled and a snap election seemed increasingly likely. Investor confidence plummeted, not only in Italy but in the security of the eurozone and the wider economic community as fears intensified over the possibility of an Italian exit from the EU. Order was somewhat restored towards the end of the week when a statement was released late on Thursday that the coalition would be sworn into power the next day. FXTM Senior Writer Kirsty MacSween attempts to make sense of the chaos.

  • Italian Political Instability Causes Deleveraging Issue in the Financial Markets
    FX Empire19 days ago

    Italian Political Instability Causes Deleveraging Issue in the Financial Markets

    The political concerns in Italy are spreading across markets causing serious pressure on the banking sector. Global equities have lost about 1.5% in the past 24 hours and risk aversion has continued in early Wednesday trading.

  • MarketWatch19 days ago

    Italy’s antiestablishment parties revive coalition talks: reports

    Italy’s two biggest antiestablishment parties — the 5 Star Movement and the League — are again in talks to form a coalition government after an earlier agreement was effectively unwound by Italy’s president this week, according to reports on Wednesday. Party officials are working on coming up with a new candidate to serve as economy minister, Reuters reported, citing an unnamed 5 Star source who also said the two parties are considering expanding its coalition to include the Brothers of Italy, a right-wing party.

  • Is this the Beginning of the End – Can the EUR Survive the Summer?
    FX Empire20 days ago

    Is this the Beginning of the End – Can the EUR Survive the Summer?

    Is this the beginning of the end for the Euro and the Eurozone as we know it today?

  • MarketWatchlast month

    Italian stocks, bonds slide as political gridlock sparks fear of summer election

    Italian stocks and bonds sold off on Tuesday as fears mounted that the country will need to hold a fresh general election over the summer as a last-ditch effort to form a government crumbled on Monday. Italy has suffered two months of political gridlock after the early March election produced an inconclusive result, leading to a hung parliament and throwing the country into disarray. President Sergio Mattarella on Monday unsuccessfully concluded a fifth round of formal coalition talks with the political parties, urging them to back a caretaker government.

  • The Week Ahead – US Inflation Data, US-China Trade Talks and BoE in Focus
    FX Empirelast month

    The Week Ahead – US Inflation Data, US-China Trade Talks and BoE in Focus

    The U.S White House has caused an early spark in the Crude Oil market and buyers have put the commodity above 70.00 Dollars. China and the U.S have extended their trade negotiations. Asian markets have been mixed this morning. Inflation data from the U.S will be a key this week.

  • Global Stocks Edge Higher in Low Holiday Volume
    FX Empire2 months ago

    Global Stocks Edge Higher in Low Holiday Volume

    The U.K and U.S will be open for trading as many nations celebrate Labor Day. Wall Street was cautious on Monday and the U.S Dollar remains very strong.

  • Global Stocks Fall as US Bond Yields Above 3%
    FX Empire2 months ago

    Global Stocks Fall as US Bond Yields Above 3%

    Wall Street stumbled on Tuesday as 10-Year Treasury Bonds roared again. Asian equities have declined slightly this morning.

  • U.S Dollar Strong as Treasury Yields Rise, Earnings Reports in Focus
    FX Empire2 months ago

    U.S Dollar Strong as Treasury Yields Rise, Earnings Reports in Focus

    The broad markets remain in a cautious mode. Asian equities were lower, European equities have been tentative even as the Pound and Euro trade at lower values against the U.S Dollar. US Futures looking for direction before the opening.

  • Early Tentative Sentiment in Broad Markets, Global Stocks Down as Treasury Yields Rise
    FX Empire2 months ago

    Early Tentative Sentiment in Broad Markets, Global Stocks Down as Treasury Yields Rise

    Asian equities have started the week cautiously and Europe has been tentative early. The U.S Dollar remains strong in the short term.

  • “A Fresh Fear is Lurking on Global Financial Markets”
    FX Empire2 months ago

    “A Fresh Fear is Lurking on Global Financial Markets”

    A fresh fear is lurking on global financial markets – and it is not about trade wars, affirms a leading analyst at one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organizations.

  • Bearish Equity Sentiment Remains Assertive, All Eyes on FED Meeting
    FX Empire3 months ago

    Bearish Equity Sentiment Remains Assertive, All Eyes on FED Meeting

    Global equities have turned cautious in Europe before the U.S Federal Reserve’s FOMC Statement and Press Conference.

  • Investors Looking at Federal Reserve Carefully, US Futures Point Higher
    FX Empire3 months ago

    Investors Looking at Federal Reserve Carefully, US Futures Point Higher

    Wall Street is expected to open with gain. Retail Sales numbers will come from the States today, but it is next Wednesday’s Fed policy meeting which will remain a focal point for an investor.

  • How the Italian Elections can affect the European Economy?
    FX Empire4 months ago

    How the Italian Elections can affect the European Economy?

    The Italian general election on Sunday 4th March will be another closely watched vote, with voters continuing to shift allegiances from the Establishment to the populist parties that have seen increased popularity in recent years.

  • ECB’s Economic Outlook in the Spotlight Today
    FX Empire4 months ago

    ECB’s Economic Outlook in the Spotlight Today

    There were no major surprises from the Federal Reserve’s FOMC Meeting Minutes publication yesterday, but it did highlight the U.S Central Banks ambition to raise interest rates in 2018.

  • European Equities Slide on Weaker U.S Dollar, US Futures Point to Lower Open
    FX Empire4 months ago

    European Equities Slide on Weaker U.S Dollar, US Futures Point to Lower Open

    European equities have stumbled as the U.S Dollar has become weaker. Japanese equities traded lower this morning, but the Shanghai Shenzhen and Hang Seng were positive. Core Consumer Price Index data will come from the States tomorrow, along with Retail Sales.

  • Global Equity Sell-Off Continues, Cryptocurrencies Crash
    FX Empire4 months ago

    Global Equity Sell-Off Continues, Cryptocurrencies Crash

    Investors remain agitated this morning globally as the major stock markets continue to sell off.

  • The Dollar Retreats as European Sentiment Increases
    FX Empire9 months ago

    The Dollar Retreats as European Sentiment Increases

    European stocks are mixed on Thursday as the dollar gives back some of its recent gains. Oil prices continued to move higher, following Wednesday’s report from the Department of Energy which showed a larger than expected draw. The German institute predicts increasing growth for 2017 and 2018, while German inflation was mixed. European Confidence is … Continue reading The Dollar Retreats as European Sentiment Increases

  • Stocks Rebound as Risk Aversion Abates
    FX Empire10 months ago

    Stocks Rebound as Risk Aversion Abates

    European stock markets are moving higher, after a largely positive session in Asia. Hong Kong stocks outperformed and the Hang Seng closed with a gain of 0.91% after positive earnings reports, with Chinese companies leading the way and the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index outperforming. The Nikkei underperformed and was down -0.05% at the close, … Continue reading Stocks Rebound as Risk Aversion Abates

  • Italy sparks fear of Euro crisis
    Yahoo Finance Video19 days ago

    Italy sparks fear of Euro crisis

    Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, Rick Newman and Myles Udland on why Italy’s political crisis is spooking the global markets and whether it’s a threat to Europe’s currency.