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Italy - Factors to watch on May 20



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The following factors could affect Italian markets on Monday.

Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy. New items are marked with (*).


For a complete list of diary events in Italy please click on IT/DIA.


POLITICS

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will push fellow G7 finance officials next week to agree to a plan to bring forward the interest earnings on frozen Russian assets to provide more money to Ukraine quickly, a senior U.S. Treasury official said on Friday.


COMPANIES

UNICREDIT CRDI.MI

A Russian court ordered that 462.7 million euros ($502.77 million) of UniCredit's assets, accounts, property and shares in subsidiary companies be seized as part of a lawsuit involving the Italian bank, according to court documents.

UniCredit is preparing an appeal against the Russian court's move, Il Messaggero reported on Sunday.

Italy's foreign minister and officials will meet on Monday to discuss Russia's recent action to seize assets or impose restrictive measures on Italian companies including UniCredit, sources with knowledge of the matter said.

Eurozone lenders with operations in Russia will have to present an action plan for their assets in the country by June, the Financial Times reported during the weekend.

UniCredit is set to pick former Eurovita's special administrator Alessandro Santoliquido to lead the bank's insurance business, Milano Finanza reported over the weekend. CEO Andrea Orcel has recently indicated that the lender intends to internalise its life insurance business.


STELLANTIS STLAM.MI

Italian fiscal police seized more than 130 Fiat cars imported from Morocco this week on the grounds that a sticker with the colours of the Italian flag on their doors could give a false indication of their origin, a spokesman for Stellantis in Italy said on Saturday.

(*) Stellantis' Italian plants are sustainable only if they increase production with new electric and hybrid models, Industry Minister Adolfo Urso told Il Messaggero in an interview published on Monday.

He reiterated that the government wants to boost domestic car production by bringing to Italy another major automaker beyond Stellantis, noting that each year 1.5 million cars are sold in Italy, but the country produces only around 500,000. "We need to fill the gap", he said.


ITALGAS IG.MI

The group has submitted a preliminary offer of over 5 billion euros for rival 2i Rete Gas, Milano Finanza reported over the weekend, adding that Italgas' investor CDP Reti could devote 1 billion euro to support the acquisition.


ACEA ACE.MI

Italian utility ACEA said on Saturday it had submitted an offer for the concession to build and operate Rome's waste-to-energy plant.


JUVENTUS JUVE.MI

The Italian Serie A club said on Friday it sacked coach Massimiliano Allegri over his behaviour during and after this week's Coppa Italia final in which he was sent off.

Paolo Montero will take charge of Serie A side Juventus for the remainder of the season, the club said on Sunday.


(*) SS LAZIO LAZI.MI

Serie A champions Inter Milan snatched a 1-1 home draw against Europa League qualifying hopefuls Lazio with a late header from Denzel Dumfries on Sunday.


DIARY

Rome, "Y7 Italy summit" starts (0800 GMT); ends on May 24. On Monday opening ceremony Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani, Sport and Youth Minister Andrea Abodi, U.N. food agency FAO Director General Qu Dongyu (0800 GMT); expected attendees include illimity Bank ILTY.MI CEO Corrado PAssera (1230 GMT).

Milan, 105th industrial sector analysis report presentation "Consumption in Italy: what opportunities for manufacturing in the horizon to 2028" (0900 GMT).

Venice, 20th edition "FT Business of Luxury Summit" starts (0700 GMT); ends on May 21. On Monday expected attendees include Prada 1913.F Group CEO Andrea Guerra (0710 GMT), Estée Lauder Companies EL.N Chairman Stephane de La Faverie (0830 GMT), Investindustrial President Andrea Bonomi (1000 GMT), Louis Vuitton LVMH.PA Watches and Jewellery Artistic Director Francesca Amfitheatrof (1045 GMT), Christie's EMEA President Anthea Peers (1215 GMT), Yves Saint Laurent Chairwoman and CEO and Kering PRTP.PA Deputy CEO Francesca Bellettini (1500 GMT).

Venice, "Space Meetings Veneto" event starts (to May 22); on Monday expected attendees include at opening ceremony Italian Space Agency (ASI) President Teodoro Valente, Industry Minister Adolfo Urso (0815 GMT); Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC) President Pierluigi Umberto Di Palma (1000 GMT); AVIO AVI.MI CEO Giulio Ranzo (1600 GMT); Industry Deputy Minister Valentino Valentini (1700 GMT).



For Italian market data and news, click on codes in
brackets:


20 biggest gainers (in percentage).............PG.MI

20 biggest losers (in percentage)..............PL.MI

FTSE IT allshare index .FTITLMS

FTSE Mib index........ .FTMIB

FTSE Allstars index... .FTSTAR

FTSE Mid Cap index.... .FTITMC

Block trades.......... .BLK.MI

Stories on Italy...... IT-LEN


For pan-European market data and news, click on codes in
brackets:

European Equities speed guide...................EUR/EQUITY

FTSEurofirst 300 index...............................FTEU3

DJ STOXX index.......................................STOXX

Top 10 STOXX sectors............................PGL.STOXXS

Top 10 EUROSTOXX sectors.......................PGL.STOXXES

Top 10 Eurofirst 300 sectors....................PGL.FTEU3S

Top 25 European pct gainers........................PG.PEUR

Top 25 European pct losers.........................PL.PEUR

Main stock markets:

Dow Jones................DJI Wall Street report ......N

Nikkei 225..............N225 Tokyo report.............T

FTSE 100................FTSE London report............L

Xetra DAX..............GDAXI Frankfurt market stories.F

CAC-40..................FCHI Paris market stories....PA

World Indices.....................................0#.INDEX

Reuters survey of world bourse outlook.........EQUITYPOLL1

Western European IPO diary..........................WEUIPO

European Asset Allocation........................EUR/ASSET

Reuters News at a Glance: Equities...............TOP/EQE

Main currency report:...............................FRX/



($1 = 0.9203 euros)


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إخلاء المسؤولية: تتيح كيانات XM Group خدمة تنفيذية فقط والدخول إلى منصة تداولنا عبر الإنترنت، مما يسمح للشخص بمشاهدة و/أو استخدام المحتوى المتاح على موقع الويب أو عن طريقه، وهذا المحتوى لا يراد به التغيير أو التوسع عن ذلك. يخضع هذا الدخول والاستخدام دائماً لما يلي: (1) الشروط والأحكام؛ (2) تحذيرات المخاطر؛ (3) إخلاء المسؤولية الكامل. لذلك يُقدم هذا المحتوى على أنه ليس أكثر من معلومات عامة. تحديداً، يرجى الانتباه إلى أن المحتوى المتاح على منصة تداولنا عبر الإنترنت ليس طلباً أو عرضاً لدخول أي معاملات في الأسواق المالية. التداول في أي سوق مالي به مخاطرة عالية برأس مالك.

جميع المواد المنشورة على منصة تداولنا مخصصة للأغراض التعليمية/المعلوماتية فقط ولا تحتوي - ولا ينبغي اعتبار أنها تحتوي - على نصائح أو توصيات مالية أو ضريبية أو تجارية، أو سجلاً لأسعار تداولنا، أو عرضاً أو طلباً لأي معاملة في أي صكوك مالية أو عروض ترويجية مالية لا داعي لها.

أي محتوى تابع للغير بالإضافة إلى المحتوى الذي أعدته XM، مثل الآراء، والأخبار، والأبحاث، والتحليلات والأسعار وغيرها من المعلومات أو روابط مواقع تابعة للغير وواردة في هذا الموقع تُقدم لك "كما هي"، كتعليق عام على السوق ولا تعتبر نصيحة استثمارية. يجب ألا يُفسر أي محتوى على أنه بحث استثماري، وأن تلاحظ وتقبل أن المحتوى غير مُعدٍ وفقاً للمتطلبات القانونية المصممة لتعزيز استقلالية البحث الاستثماري، وبالتالي، فهو بمثابة تواصل تسويقي بموجب القوانين واللوائح ذات الصلة. فضلاً تأكد من أنك قد قرأت وفهمت الإخطار بالبحوث الاستثمارية غير المستقلة والتحذير من مخاطر المعلومات السابقة، والذي يمكنك الاطلاع عليه هنا.

تحذير المخاطر: رأس مالك في خطر. المنتجات التي تستخدم الرافعة قد لا تكون مناسبة للجميع. يرجى الاطلاع على تنبيه المخاطر.