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Italy, EU Trade Blame Over Bridge Collapse -- WSJ
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09:2317-08-2018
Atlantia Shares Trade 6.8% Higher
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G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead
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G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead -2-
17:4917-08-2018
Eurozone Economic Data Releases Next Week
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G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead
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European Press Roundup: VW to Raise Wolfsburg Output, UK Apprenticeship Rates Falls
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Italy, EU Spar Over Bridge Collapse -- Update
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Italy Calendar of Corporate Events - Month Ahead
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Luxury Stocks Face Trade Threats -- Barrons.com
17:4517-08-2018
Italy's FTSE MIB Closes 0.5% Lower at 20415.2 Points
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Milan Most Actives
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Atlantia Shares Trade 3.4% Higher
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Currency Rates Of Pulp and Paper Producing Countries
 
                                           Current        Prior 
  Argentina (Peso)                ARS     29.72000     29.87500 
  Australia (Dollar)              AUD      1.37438      1.37589 
  Brazil (Real)                   BRL      3.90600      3.90250 
  Canada (Dollar)                 CAD      1.31435      1.31235 
  China (Yuan)                    CNY      6.88580      6.91150 
  European Union (Euro)           EUR      0.87800      0.87908 
  India (Rupee)                   INR     70.01500     70.33500 
  Indonesia (Rupiah)              IDR  14599.00000  14605.00000 
  Japan (Yen)                     JPY    110.72700    110.80900 
  Korea, South (Won)              KRW   1125.33000   1130.63000 
  Mexico (Peso)                   MXN     19.00890     19.11850 
  New Zealand (Dollar)            NZD      1.51469      1.51860 
  Norway (Krone)                  NOK      8.47340      8.42280 
  Poland (Zloty)                  PLN      3.77725      3.79385 
  Russia (Ruble)                  RUB     66.93330     66.95040 
  South Africa (Rand)             ZAR     14.71190     14.52900 
  Sweden (Krona)                  SEK      9.18480      9.18490 
  Switzerland (Franc)             CHF      0.99570      0.99330 
  Taiwan (Dollar)                 TWD     30.77900     30.81600 
  Thailand (Baht)                 THB     33.21000     33.28000 
  Turkey (New Lira)               TRY      5.83710      5.84480 
  United Kingdom (Pound Sterling) GBP      0.78635      0.78666 
 
 
 
All currencies are quoted in units of currency per U.S. dollar. 
 
Source: Tullett Prebon. 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 04:05 ET (08:05 GMT)

08:3217-08-2018
Italy, EU Trade Blame Over Bridge Collapse -- WSJ
By Eric Sylvers and Donato Paolo Mancini 

This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal (August 17, 2018).

Finger pointing over the deadly collapse of a highway bridge in Italy intensified Thursday as Italian and European authorities sought to assign blame for the disaster, which cost at least 38 lives.

The European Union shot back against accusations from Italy that it had blocked the country from spending sufficiently on the upkeep of roads and bridges. A spokesman for the EU executive, the European Commission, said the organization has recommended to Italy that it invest more in infrastructure and also has made EU funds available.

The EU was responding to claims by Matteo Salvini, Italy's interior minister and head of the nationalist League party, that European rules capping countries' budget deficits were to blame.

"Italy must be allowed to spend the money necessary to make its rivers, schools, highways and hospitals safe without there being crazy restrictions from Europe. Safety for Italians comes first," Mr. Salvini wrote in a tweet on Thursday.

Others in Italy's government have blamed the private company that operated and maintained the bridge. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's vow to strip the company, Autostrade per l'Italia, of its concession caused shares in its majority owner, Atlantia SpA, to lose nearly a quarter of their value on Thursday.

Atlantia, in which the Benetton family of clothing fame has a controlling stake, responded that the cause of the bridge collapse hasn't been established and that it would seek compensation if the concession were revoked.

The fallout from the collapse of the bridge, located in Genoa on a freeway linking the Italian Riviera with France, has opened a debate about Italy's decaying infrastructure. Economic stagnation, strained public finances and mismanagement in the public and private sectors now pose a deadly risk, in the view of many observers.

Italy has "tens of thousands" of bridges that have exceeded their natural life spans, according to the country's National Research Council. The Morandi Bridge, which collapsed Tuesday, dates from the 1960s, and many engineers say it wasn't designed to handle today's increased volume of traffic and heavy trucks.

The structure didn't have the safety redundancies present in most bridges, said Michael Chajes, a professor at the University of Delaware who specializes in finding the causes of bridge collapses. A storm occurring at the time of the collapse was unlikely to have played a role, he said.

"We have to wait and see what the investigators find, but it seems the most likely cause of the collapse is that one of the stay cables corroded to the point that something happened on that day to make it snap," said Dr. Chajes.

Italy boosted its infrastructure spending in the early 2000s but has cut investments sharply since the global financial crisis. New investments in roads plunged by about two-thirds in the decade to 2015, and road-maintenance spending fell by about a third in that period, according to data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

The commission spokesman said EU countries can set their own spending priorities and noted that Italy is getting about EUR2.5 billion ($2.84 billion) from the EU for infrastructure investments for the 2014-2020 period.

Large infrastructure projects can either be funded by the Italian government, sometimes with an EU contribution, or by private companies that then get a concession to charge tolls for using a road, bridge or tunnel.

Autostrade was responsible for the safety and upkeep of the Morandi bridge, while the government was responsible for ensuring that the maintenance was being performed.

As the accusations flew, firefighters and other rescue workers continued to look for survivors amid the mounds of bridge debris that plunged 150 feet onto a partially dry riverbed and train tracks. Cranes moved slabs of concrete to help rescue workers search the rubble.

No survivors have been found since the immediate aftermath of the bridge's collapse at about noon local time on Tuesday.

Officials put the current death toll at 38, down from 39 announced Wednesday. Genoa's chief prosecutor said as many as 20 people were still unaccounted for.

 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 02:32 ET (06:32 GMT)

22:0516-08-2018
G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead -2-
                       PMI, Mfg                                           55.5 
0945  US   Aug      US Flash Services PMI 
                       PMI, Services                                      56.2 
1000  EU   Aug      FCCI Flash Consumer Confidence Indicator 
                       Consumer Conf Idx                                  -0.6 
1000  US   Jul      New Residential Sales 
                       New Home Sales                                     631K 
                       New Home Sales, M/M%                               -5.3% 
                       New Home Sales Months Supply                       5.7 
1030  US   08/17    EIA Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report 
                       Working Gas In Storage (Cbf)                       2387B 
                       Working Gas In Storage, Net Chg (Cbf)              +33B 
1100  US   Aug      Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Survey of Tenth District 
                    Manufacturing 
                       Mfg Activity Idx                                   34 
                       6-Mo Exp Prod Idx                                  49 
                       Mfg Composite Idx                                  23 
                       6-Mo Exp Composite Idx                             22 
1630  US            Money Stock Measures 
1630  US            Federal Discount Window Borrowings 
1630  US            Foreign Central Bank Holdings 
1930  JPN  Jul      CPI (Nation), CPI ex-food (Nation) 
                       Japan Core CPI, Y/Y%                               +0.8% 
                       National Overall CPI, Y/Y%                         +0.7% 
                       National Overall CPI, M/M%                         +0.1% 
1950  JPN  Jul      Services Producer Price Index 
N/A   US            U.S. and China impose further tariffs on each other's products 
 
Friday, August 24, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 ET 
0200  GER  Q2       GDP - Detailed breakdown 
                       GDP-Adj, Q/Q%                                      +0.3% 
                       GDP-Adj, Y/Y%                                      +2.3% 
0430  UK   Jul      UK Finance Update on Lending 
0830  US   Jul      Advance Report on Durable Goods 
                       Durable Goods-SA, M/M%                             +1.0% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Defense, M/M%                        +1.5% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Transport, M/M%                      +0.4% 
                       Orders: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air, M/M%             +0.6% 
                       Shipmnts: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air,                +1.0% 
                       M/M% 
 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 16, 2018 16:05 ET (20:05 GMT)

09:2317-08-2018
Atlantia Shares Trade 6.8% Higher
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 03:23 ET (07:23 GMT)

07:5517-08-2018
G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead
All dates are in GMT. 
 
Friday, August 17, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0800  EU   Jun      Euro area balance of payments 
0900  EU   Jul      Harmonised CPI 
                       CPI, M/M%                               -0.3%      +0.1% 
                       CPI, Y/Y%                               +2.1%      +2.0% 
                       Core CPI, M/M%                          -0.5%      +0.0% 
                       Core CPI, Y/Y%                          +1.1%      +0.9% 
                       Ex-Tobacco, M/M%                                   +0.1% 
                       Ex-Tobacco, Y/Y%                                   +1.9% 
0900  ITA  Jun      Balance of Payments 
                       Current Account (EUR)                              2.226B 
1230  CAN  Jul      CPI 
                       CPI-Common, Y/Y%                                   +1.9% 
                       CPI-Median, Y/Y%                                   +2.0% 
                       CPI-Trim, Y/Y%                                     +2.0% 
                       All Items CPI, Y/Y%                                +2.5% 
                       All Items CPI, M/M%                                +0.1% 
1230  CAN  Jun      International transactions in securities 
                       Purchases of Fgn Securities (CAD)                  5.688B 
                       Sales of Fgn Securities (CAD) 
                       Fgn Purchases of CAN Securities (CAD)              2.183B 
                       Fgn Sales of CAN Securities (CAD) 
1400  US   Jul      Regional & State Employment & Unemployment 
1400  US   Aug      University of Michigan Survey of Consumers - preliminary 
                       Mid-Mo Sentiment                        98.0       97.1 
                       Mid-Mo Expectations                                86.4 
                       Mid-Mo Current Idx                                 113.9 
1400  US   Q2       Advance Quarterly Services 
1400  US   Jul      Leading Indicators 
                       Leading Index, M/M%                     +0.5%      +0.5% 
                       Leading Index                                      109.8 
                       Coincident Index, M/M%                             +0.3% 
                       Lagging Index, M/M%                                +0.3% 
1400  US   Q2       Quarterly Retail E-Commerce Sales 
N/A   GER           German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Montenegro PM Dusko 
                    Markovic 
N/A   US            U.S: Hawaii Statehood Day 
 
Saturday, August 18, 2018                                      Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
N/A   GER           German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Russian President 
                    Vladimir Putin in Germany 
 
Sunday, August 19, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
2301  UK   Aug      Rightmove Monthly House Price Index 
                       House Prices, M/M%                                 -0.1% 
                       House Prices Y/Y%                                  +1.4% 
 
Monday, August 20, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0600  GER  Jul      PPI 
0700  JPN  Jul      Convenience Store Sales 
0830  UK   Jul      Capital issuance 
0900  EU   Jun      Construction output 
1000  UK   Jul      Aluminium Production report 
1000  GER  Aug      Bundesbank monthly report 
1500  US            Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic 
                    speaks in Kingsport, TN 
 
Tuesday, August 21, 2018                                       Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0500  JPN  Jul      Supermarket sales 
0530  JPN  Jul      Nationwide department store sales 
                       Sales, Y/Y%                                        +3.1% 
0530  JPN  Jul      Tokyo area department store sales 
0600  JPN  Jul      Revised Machine Tool Orders 
0830  UK   Jul      Public sector finances 
                       PSNB ex (GBP)                                      5.4B 
                       PSNB ex, Yr Ago (GBP)                              6.2B 
                       PSNCR (GBP)                                        14.7B 
                       PSNCR ex Yr Ago (GBP)                              20.9B 
1000  UK   Aug      CBI Monthly Industrial Trends Survey 
1145  US   08/18    The Retail Economist/Goldman Sachs Weekly Chain Store Sales 
                    Index 
                       Chain Store Sales, W/W%                            -1.2% 
                       Chain Store Sales, M/M%                            +3.0% 
1230  CAN  Jun      Wholesale trade 
                       Wholesale Inventories, M/M%                        +1.4% 
                       Wholesale Trade, M/M%                              +1.2% 
1255  US   08/18    Johnson Redbook Retail Sales Index 
                       Ret Sales Mo-to-Date, M/M%                         +0.1% 
                       Ret Sales Mo-to-Date, Y/Y%                         +4.5% 
                       Latest Wk, Y/Y%                                    +4.5% 
2030  US   08/17    API Weekly Statistical Bulletin 
                       Crude Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)                       +3.7M 
                       Gasoline Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)                    -1.6M 
                       Distillate Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)                  +1.9M 
2301  UK   Aug      REC JobsOutlook survey 
 
Wednesday, August 22, 2018                                     Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0430  JPN  Jun      All Industry Index 
1100  US   08/18    MBA Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey 
                       Composite Idx                                      335.8 
                       Composite Idx, W/W%                                -2.0% 
                       Purchase Idx-SA                                    225.5 
                       Purchase Idx-SA, W/W%                              -3.3% 
                       Refinance Idx                                      927.5 
                       Refinance Idx, W/W%                                +0.0% 
1230  CAN  Jun      Retail trade 
                       Total Retail Sales, M/M%                           +2.0% 
                       Retail Sales Ex-Autos, M/M%                        +1.4% 
1400  US   Jul      Existing Home Sales 
                       Existing Sales                                     5.38M 
                       Existing Sales, M/M%                               -0.6% 
                       Unsold Homes Month's Supply                        4.3 
                       Median Price (USD)                                 276900 
                       Median Home Price, Y/Y%                            +5.2% 
1430  US   08/18    EIA Weekly Petroleum Status Report 
                       Crude Oil Stocks (Bbl)                             414.194M 
                       Crude Oil Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)                    +6.805M 
                       Gasoline Stocks (Bbl)                              233.128M 
                       Gasoline Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)                     -0.74M 
                       Distillate Stocks (Bbl)                            128.989M 
                       Distillate Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)                   +3.566M 
                       Refinery Usage                                     98.1% 
                       Total Prod Supplied (Bbl/day)                      20.187M 
                       Total Prod Supplied, Net Chg (Bbl/day)             -0.741M 
1800  US            Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes published 
N/A   JPN  Jun      Final Labour Survey - Earnings, Employment & Hours Worked 
 
Thursday, August 23, 2018                                      Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0030  JPN  Aug      Japan Flash Manufacturing PMI 
0500  JPN  Jul      Steel Production 
0500  JPN  Jun      Indexes of Business Conditions - Revision 
0645  FRA  Q2       New home sales 
0645  FRA  Aug      Monthly business survey (goods-producing industries) 
                       Business Sent Idx                                  108 
0645  FRA  Jul      Industrial investment survey 
0715  FRA  Aug      France Flash PMI 
                       PMI, Composite                                     54.5 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           53.1 
                       PMI, Services                                      55.3 
0730  GER  Aug      Germany Flash PMI 
                       PMI, Composite                                     55.2 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           57.3 
                       PMI, Services                                      54.4 
0800  EU   Aug      Eurozone Flash PMI 
                       PMI, Composite                                     54.3 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           55.1 
                       PMI, Services                                      54.4 
1000  UK   Aug      CBI Quarterly Distributive Trades Survey 
1130  EU            ECB accounts of its last monetary policy discussions 
1230  US   08/18    Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report - Initial Claims 
                       Jobless Claims                                     212K 
                       Jobless Claims, Net Chg                            -2K 
                       Continuing Claims                                  1721000 
                       Continuing Claims, Net Chg                         -39K 
1230  US            U.S. Weekly Export Sales 
                       Corn (Metric Tons)                                 1383.8K 
                       Soybeans (Metric Tons)                             705K 
                       Wheat (Metric Tons)                                803.1K 
1230  CAN  Jun      Employment Insurance 
1230  CAN  Q2       Quarterly financial statistics for enterprises 
1300  US   Jun      U.S. Monthly House Price Index 
1300  US   Q2       U.S. Quarterly House Price Index 
1345  US   Aug      US Flash Services PMI 

(MORE TO FOLLOW) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 01:55 ET (05:55 GMT)

22:0516-08-2018
G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead -2-
                       PMI, Services                                      56.2 
1345  US   Aug      US Flash Manufacturing PMI 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           55.5 
1345  US            Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index 
1400  US   Jul      New Residential Sales 
                       New Home Sales                                     631K 
                       New Home Sales, M/M%                               -5.3% 
                       New Home Sales Months Supply                       5.7 
1400  EU   Aug      FCCI Flash Consumer Confidence Indicator 
                       Consumer Conf Idx                                  -0.6 
1430  US   08/17    EIA Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report 
                       Working Gas In Storage (Cbf)                       2387B 
                       Working Gas In Storage, Net Chg (Cbf)              +33B 
1500  US   Aug      Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Survey of Tenth District 
                    Manufacturing 
                       Mfg Activity Idx                                   34 
                       6-Mo Exp Prod Idx                                  49 
                       Mfg Composite Idx                                  23 
                       6-Mo Exp Composite Idx                             22 
2030  US            Foreign Central Bank Holdings 
2030  US            Federal Discount Window Borrowings 
2030  US            Money Stock Measures 
2330  JPN  Jul      CPI (Nation), CPI ex-food (Nation) 
                       Japan Core CPI, Y/Y%                               +0.8% 
                       National Overall CPI, Y/Y%                         +0.7% 
                       National Overall CPI, M/M%                         +0.1% 
2350  JPN  Jul      Services Producer Price Index 
N/A   US            U.S. and China impose further tariffs on each other's products 
 
Friday, August 24, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0600  GER  Q2       GDP - Detailed breakdown 
                       GDP-Adj, Q/Q%                                      +0.3% 
                       GDP-Adj, Y/Y%                                      +2.3% 
0830  UK   Jul      UK Finance Update on Lending 
1230  US   Jul      Advance Report on Durable Goods 
                       Durable Goods-SA, M/M%                             +1.0% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Defense, M/M%                        +1.5% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Transport, M/M%                      +0.4% 
                       Orders: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air, M/M%             +0.6% 
                       Shipmnts: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air,                +1.0% 
                       M/M% 
 
 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 16, 2018 16:05 ET (20:05 GMT)

07:5517-08-2018
G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead -2-
                       PMI, Mfg                                           55.5 
0945  US   Aug      US Flash Services PMI 
                       PMI, Services                                      56.2 
1000  EU   Aug      FCCI Flash Consumer Confidence Indicator 
                       Consumer Conf Idx                                  -0.6 
1000  US   Jul      New Residential Sales 
                       New Home Sales                                     631K 
                       New Home Sales, M/M%                               -5.3% 
                       New Home Sales Months Supply                       5.7 
1030  US   08/17    EIA Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report 
                       Working Gas In Storage (Cbf)                       2387B 
                       Working Gas In Storage, Net Chg (Cbf)              +33B 
1100  US   Aug      Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Survey of Tenth District 
                    Manufacturing 
                       Mfg Activity Idx                                   34 
                       6-Mo Exp Prod Idx                                  49 
                       Mfg Composite Idx                                  23 
                       6-Mo Exp Composite Idx                             22 
1630  US            Money Stock Measures 
1630  US            Federal Discount Window Borrowings 
1630  US            Foreign Central Bank Holdings 
1930  JPN  Jul      CPI (Nation), CPI ex-food (Nation) 
                       Japan Core CPI, Y/Y%                               +0.8% 
                       National Overall CPI, Y/Y%                         +0.7% 
                       National Overall CPI, M/M%                         +0.1% 
1950  JPN  Jul      Services Producer Price Index 
N/A   US            U.S. and China impose further tariffs on each other's products 
 
Friday, August 24, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 ET 
0200  GER  Q2       GDP - Detailed breakdown 
                       GDP-Adj, Q/Q%                                      +0.3% 
                       GDP-Adj, Y/Y%                                      +2.3% 
0430  UK   Jul      UK Finance Update on Lending 
0830  US   Jul      Advance Report on Durable Goods 
                       Durable Goods-SA, M/M%                             +1.0% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Defense, M/M%                        +1.5% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Transport, M/M%                      +0.4% 
                       Orders: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air, M/M%             +0.6% 
                       Shipmnts: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air,                +1.0% 
                       M/M% 
 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 01:55 ET (05:55 GMT)

22:1717-08-2018
G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead -2-
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Defense, M/M%                        +1.5% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Transport, M/M%                      +0.4% 
                       Orders: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air, M/M%             +0.6% 
                       Shipmnts: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air,                +1.0% 
                       M/M% 
 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 16:17 ET (20:17 GMT)

17:4917-08-2018
Eurozone Economic Data Releases Next Week
 

By Kavita Mokha

 

Financial markets will look at the following economic indicators next week.

                                                                        No. of 
Date        GMT         Indicator               Period      Forecast  Analysts  Previous 
Aug 20      0600        GER PPI MM              Jul         +0.2%        8       +0.3% 
Aug 20      0600        GER PPI YY              Jul         +3.0%        8       +3.0% 
Aug 23      0645        FRA Bus survey          Aug         108          4       108 
Aug 23      0700        FRA PMI serv prel       Aug         55.1         6       54.9 
Aug 23      0700        FRA PMI manu prel       Aug         53.2         6       53.3 
Aug 23      0730        GER PMI serv prel       Aug         54.2        12       54.1 
Aug 23      0730        GER PMI manu prel       Aug         56.5        12       56.9 
Aug 23      0800        EMU PMI manu prel       Aug         54.9        14       55.1 
Aug 23      0800        EMU PMI comp prel       Aug         54.5         6       54.3 
Aug 23      0800        EMU PMI serv prel       Aug         54.4        14       54.2 
Aug 23      1400        EMU Cons confidence     Aug         -0.7        11       -0.6 
Aug 24      0600        GER GDP final sa QQ     2Q          +0.5%       14       +0.5%p/+0.4% 
Aug 24      0600        GER GDP final wda YY    2Q          +2.0%        9       +2.0%p/+2.1% 
Aug 24      1300        BEL Business climate    Aug         -0.5         5       -1.3 

Write to Kavita Mokha at kavita.mokha@dowjones.com

 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 11:49 ET (15:49 GMT)

22:1817-08-2018
G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead
All dates are in GMT. 
 
Saturday, August 18, 2018                                      Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
N/A   GER           German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Russian President 
                    Vladimir Putin in Germany 
 
Sunday, August 19, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
2301  UK   Aug      Rightmove Monthly House Price Index 
                       House Prices, M/M%                                 -0.1% 
                       House Prices Y/Y%                                  +1.4% 
 
Monday, August 20, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0600  GER  Jul      PPI 
0700  JPN  Jul      Convenience Store Sales 
0830  UK   Jul      Capital issuance 
0900  EU   Jun      Construction output 
1000  UK   Jul      Aluminium Production report 
1000  GER  Aug      Bundesbank monthly report 
1500  US            Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic 
                    speaks in Kingsport, TN 
 
Tuesday, August 21, 2018                                       Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0500  JPN  Jul      Supermarket sales 
0530  JPN  Jul      Nationwide department store sales 
                       Sales, Y/Y%                                        +3.1% 
0530  JPN  Jul      Tokyo area department store sales 
0600  JPN  Jul      Revised Machine Tool Orders 
0830  UK   Jul      Public sector finances 
                       PSNB ex (GBP)                                      5.4B 
                       PSNB ex, Yr Ago (GBP)                              6.2B 
                       PSNCR (GBP)                                        14.7B 
                       PSNCR ex Yr Ago (GBP)                              20.9B 
1000  UK   Aug      CBI Monthly Industrial Trends Survey 
1145  US   08/18    The Retail Economist/Goldman Sachs Weekly Chain Store Sales 
                    Index 
                       Chain Store Sales, W/W%                            -1.2% 
                       Chain Store Sales, M/M%                            +3.0% 
1230  CAN  Jun      Wholesale trade 
                       Wholesale Inventories, M/M%                        +1.4% 
                       Wholesale Trade, M/M%                              +1.2% 
1255  US   08/18    Johnson Redbook Retail Sales Index 
                       Ret Sales Mo-to-Date, M/M%                         +0.1% 
                       Ret Sales Mo-to-Date, Y/Y%                         +4.5% 
                       Latest Wk, Y/Y%                                    +4.5% 
2030  US   08/17    API Weekly Statistical Bulletin 
                       Crude Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)                       +3.7M 
                       Gasoline Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)                    -1.6M 
                       Distillate Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)                  +1.9M 
2301  UK   Aug      REC JobsOutlook survey 
 
Wednesday, August 22, 2018                                     Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0430  JPN  Jun      All Industry Index 
1100  US   08/18    MBA Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey 
                       Composite Idx                                      335.8 
                       Composite Idx, W/W%                                -2.0% 
                       Purchase Idx-SA                                    225.5 
                       Purchase Idx-SA, W/W%                              -3.3% 
                       Refinance Idx                                      927.5 
                       Refinance Idx, W/W%                                +0.0% 
1230  CAN  Jun      Retail trade 
                       Total Retail Sales, M/M%                           +2.0% 
                       Retail Sales Ex-Autos, M/M%                        +1.4% 
1400  US   Jul      Existing Home Sales 
                       Existing Sales                          5.4M       5.38M 
                       Existing Sales, M/M%                    +0.4%      -0.6% 
                       Unsold Homes Month's Supply                        4.3 
                       Median Price (USD)                                 276900 
                       Median Home Price, Y/Y%                            +5.2% 
1430  US   08/18    EIA Weekly Petroleum Status Report 
                       Crude Oil Stocks (Bbl)                             414.194M 
                       Crude Oil Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)                    +6.805M 
                       Gasoline Stocks (Bbl)                              233.128M 
                       Gasoline Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)                     -0.74M 
                       Distillate Stocks (Bbl)                            128.989M 
                       Distillate Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)                   +3.566M 
                       Refinery Usage                                     98.1% 
                       Total Prod Supplied (Bbl/day)                      20.187M 
                       Total Prod Supplied, Net Chg (Bbl/day)             -0.741M 
1800  US            Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes published 
N/A   JPN  Jun      Final Labour Survey - Earnings, Employment & Hours Worked 
N/A   GER           German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets Angolan President Joao 
                    Lourenco 
 
Thursday, August 23, 2018                                      Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0030  JPN  Aug      Japan Flash Manufacturing PMI 
0500  JPN  Jul      Steel Production 
0500  JPN  Jun      Indexes of Business Conditions - Revision 
0645  FRA  Aug      Monthly business survey (goods-producing industries) 
                       Business Sent Idx                                  108 
0645  FRA  Jul      Industrial investment survey 
0645  FRA  Q2       New home sales 
0715  FRA  Aug      France Flash PMI 
                       PMI, Composite                                     54.5 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           53.1 
                       PMI, Services                                      55.3 
0730  GER  Aug      Germany Flash PMI 
                       PMI, Composite                                     55.2 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           57.3 
                       PMI, Services                                      54.4 
0800  EU   Aug      Eurozone Flash PMI 
                       PMI, Composite                                     54.3 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           55.1 
                       PMI, Services                                      54.4 
1000  UK   Aug      CBI Quarterly Distributive Trades Survey 
1130  EU            ECB accounts of its last monetary policy discussions 
1230  US   08/18    Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report - Initial Claims 
                       Jobless Claims                          215K       212K 
                       Jobless Claims, Net Chg                            -2K 
                       Continuing Claims                                  1721000 
                       Continuing Claims, Net Chg                         -39K 
1230  US            U.S. Weekly Export Sales 
                       Corn (Metric Tons)                                 1383.8K 
                       Soybeans (Metric Tons)                             705K 
                       Wheat (Metric Tons)                                803.1K 
1230  CAN  Jun      Employment Insurance 
1230  CAN  Q2       Quarterly financial statistics for enterprises 
1300  US   Jun      U.S. Monthly House Price Index 
1300  US   Q2       U.S. Quarterly House Price Index 
1345  US   Aug      US Flash Services PMI 
                       PMI, Services                                      56.2 
1345  US   Aug      US Flash Manufacturing PMI 
                       PMI, Mfg                                           55.5 
1345  US            Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index 
1400  US   Jul      New Residential Sales 
                       New Home Sales                          645K       631K 
                       New Home Sales, M/M%                    +2.2%      -5.3% 
                       New Home Sales Months Supply                       5.7 
1400  EU   Aug      FCCI Flash Consumer Confidence Indicator 
                       Consumer Conf Idx                                  -0.6 
1430  US   08/17    EIA Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report 
                       Working Gas In Storage (Cbf)                       2387B 
                       Working Gas In Storage, Net Chg (Cbf)              +33B 
1500  US   Aug      Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Survey of Tenth District 
                    Manufacturing 
                       Mfg Activity Idx                                   34 
                       6-Mo Exp Prod Idx                                  49 
                       Mfg Composite Idx                                  23 
                       6-Mo Exp Composite Idx                             22 
1800  US            SEC Closed Meeting 
2030  US            Foreign Central Bank Holdings 
2030  US            Federal Discount Window Borrowings 
2030  US            Money Stock Measures 
2330  JPN  Jul      CPI (Nation), CPI ex-food (Nation) 
                       Japan Core CPI, Y/Y%                    +0.9%      +0.8% 
                       National Overall CPI, Y/Y%                         +0.7% 
                       National Overall CPI, M/M%                         +0.1% 
2350  JPN  Jul      Services Producer Price Index 
N/A   US            U.S. and China impose further tariffs on each other's products 
 
Friday, August 24, 2018                                        Exp        Prev 
 GMT 
0600  GER  Q2       GDP - Detailed breakdown 
                       GDP-Adj, Q/Q%                                      +0.3% 
                       GDP-Adj, Y/Y%                                      +2.3% 
0830  UK   Jul      UK Finance Update on Lending 
1230  US   Jul      Advance Report on Durable Goods 
                       Durable Goods-SA, M/M%                  +0.4%      +1.0% 

(MORE TO FOLLOW) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 16:18 ET (20:18 GMT)

12:5017-08-2018
European Press Roundup: VW to Raise Wolfsburg Output, UK Apprenticeship Rates Falls
 

In Europe today, shares in Air France-KLM fell after the carrier named Air Canada executive Benjamin Smith as its new CEO, while shares in Atlantia opened higher, recovering some of Thursday's losses. Read about the above topics on Dow Jones Newswires or WSJ.com.

 

In Other Media...

 

Volkswagen wants to increase the production target at its Wolfsburg plant to one million cars over the next few years. Last year, the plant built about 790,000 cars. The company wants to achieve an increase in efficiency across its German sites of about 30% before 2025. -Handelsblatt

 

The number of people taking up apprenticeship programs in the U.K. is falling, according to figures published by the country's Department of Education. The numbers show that there was a 31% decrease in the number of people signing up for apprenticeships in the period between going from last August to May this year. -FT

 

A committee of British parliamentarians has called on the government to lowers taxes on e-cigarettes and relax laws on advertising. A report from the select committee on science and technology said that wider adoption of vaping among the smoking public could reduce health complications and deaths associated with smoking conventional tobacco. -The Guardian

 

The spread between Italy's BTP and Spain's Bonos has reached levels not seen since 2011. -Il Sole 24 ore

 

Shares in Portugal's Pharol are down around 5% in Friday trading after the telecom operator said it wants to launch a capital raising that would double its value. -Jornal de Negocios

 

Portuguese construction company Mota-Engil is poised to set up operations in Canada and Panama, two months after signing a partnership agreement to enter the Nigerian market. -O Jornal Economico

 

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(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 06:50 ET (10:50 GMT)

22:3316-08-2018
Italy, EU Spar Over Bridge Collapse -- Update
By Eric Sylvers and Donato Paolo Mancini 

Finger pointing over the deadly collapse of a highway bridge in Italy intensified Thursday as Italian and European authorities sought to assign blame for the disaster, which cost at least 38 lives.

The European Union shot back against accusations from Italy that it had blocked the country from spending sufficiently on the upkeep of roads and bridges. A spokesman for the EU executive, the European Commission, said the organization has recommended to Italy that it invest more in infrastructure and also has made EU funds available.

The EU was responding to claims by Matteo Salvini, Italy's interior minister and head of the nationalist League party, that European rules capping countries' budget deficits were to blame.

"Italy must be allowed to spend the money necessary to make its rivers, schools, highways and hospitals safe without there being crazy restrictions from Europe. Safety for Italians comes first," Mr. Salvini wrote in a tweet on Thursday.

Others in Italy's government have blamed the private company that operated and maintained the bridge. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's vow to strip the company, Autostrade per l'Italia, of its concession caused shares in its majority owner, Atlantia SpA, to lose nearly a quarter of their value on Thursday.

Atlantia, in which the Benetton family of clothing fame has a controlling stake, responded that the cause of the bridge collapse hasn't been established and that it would seek compensation if the concession were revoked.

The fallout from the collapse of the bridge, located in Genoa on a freeway linking the Italian Riviera with France, has opened a debate about Italy's decaying infrastructure. Economic stagnation, strained public finances and mismanagement in the public and private sectors now pose a deadly risk, in the view of many observers.

Italy has "tens of thousands" of bridges that have exceeded their natural life spans, according to the country's National Research Council. The Morandi Bridge, which collapsed Tuesday, dates from the 1960s, and many engineers say it wasn't designed to handle today's increased volume of traffic and heavy trucks.

The structure didn't have the safety redundancies present in most bridges, said Michael Chajes, a professor at the University of Delaware who specializes in finding the causes of bridge collapses. A storm occurring at the time of the collapse was unlikely to have played a role, he said.

"We have to wait and see what the investigators find, but it seems the most likely cause of the collapse is that one of the stay cables corroded to the point that something happened on that day to make it snap," said Dr. Chajes.

Italy boosted its infrastructure spending in the early 2000s but has cut investments sharply since the global financial crisis. New investments in roads plunged by about two-thirds in the decade to 2015, and road-maintenance spending fell by about a third in that period, according to data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

The commission spokesman said EU countries can set their own spending priorities and noted that Italy is getting about EUR2.5 billion ($2.84 billion) from the EU for infrastructure investments for the 2014-2020 period.

Large infrastructure projects can either be funded by the Italian government, sometimes with an EU contribution, or by private companies that then get a concession to charge tolls for using a road, bridge or tunnel.

Autostrade was responsible for the safety and upkeep of the Morandi bridge, while the government was responsible for ensuring that the maintenance was being performed.

As the accusations flew, firefighters and other rescue workers continued to look for survivors amid the mounds of bridge debris that plunged 150 feet onto a partially dry riverbed and train tracks. Cranes moved slabs of concrete to help rescue workers search the rubble.

No survivors have been found since the immediate aftermath of the bridge's collapse at about noon local time on Tuesday.

Officials put the current death toll at 38, down from 39 announced Wednesday. Genoa's chief prosecutor said as many as 20 people were still unaccounted for.

 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 16, 2018 16:33 ET (20:33 GMT)

06:2017-08-2018
Italy Calendar of Corporate Events - Month Ahead
Companies marked * display an estimated release date based on last year's report. An update is planned. 
 
Friday, August 24, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Sesa (SES.MI)                  Full year 2018 AGM - 1st call 
 
Monday, August 27, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Sesa (SES.MI)                  Full year 2018 AGM - 2nd call [if required] 
CHL (CHL.MI)*                  Interim 2018 Results 
 
Tuesday, August 28, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Brunello Cucinelli (BC.MI)     Interim 2018 Earnings conference call  / 
                               Webcast 
Brunello Cucinelli (BC.MI)     Interim 2018 Results 
 
Wednesday, August 29, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Pierrel (PRL.MI)               Interim 2018 Results 
Aquafil (ECNL.MI)              Interim 2018 Results 
 
Friday, August 31, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Poligrafica san Faustino       Interim 2018 Results 
      (PSF.MI) 
 
Monday, September 3, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Astaldi (AST.MI)*              Interim 2018 Earnings conference call 
IMMSI (IMS.MI)                 Interim 2018 Results 
Astaldi (AST.MI)*              Interim 2018 Results 
Aeroporto Guglielmo Marconi    Q2 2018 Results 
      di Bologna (ADB.MI) 
Aeroporto Guglielmo Marconi    Q2 2018 Earnings conference call  / Webcast 
      di Bologna (ADB.MI) 
 
Wednesday, September 5, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Beni Stabili (BNS.MI)          EGM re merger agreement with Fonciere des 
                               Regions 
TAS SpA (TAS.MI)               Interim 2018 Results 
Isagro (ISG.MI)                Interim 2018 Results 
 
Thursday, September 6, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Isagro (ISG.MI)                Interim 2018 Earnings conference call 
                               [Italian] 
Isagro (ISG.MI)                Interim 2018 Earnings conference call 
                               [English] 
EXOR (EXO.MI)                  Interim 2018 Results 
Fidia (FDA.MI)                 Interim 2018 Results 
Mutuionline (MOL.MI)           Interim 2018 Results 
Dea Capital (DEA.MI)           Interim 2018 Results 
Beghelli (BE.MI)               Interim 2018 Results 
Caleffi (CLF.MI)               Interim 2018 Results 
Citigroup Inc (C)              Italian Utilities and Infrastructure 
                               Conference 
 
Friday, September 7, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Mutuionline (MOL.MI)*          Interim 2018 Earnings conference call 
Netweek SpA (NTW.MI)           Interim 2018 Results 
Sintesi (SII.MI)*              Interim 2018 Results 
CAD IT (CAD.MI)                Interim 2018 Results 
Carel Industries SpA (CRL.MI)  Interim 2018 Results 
Eurotech (ETH.MI)              Interim 2018 Results 
 
Monday, September 10, 2018 
Company                        Event 
CAD IT (CAD.MI)                EGM re reverse merger into subsidiary CAD 
                               S.r.l. 
Zucchi SpA - Ord (ZUC.MI)      Interim 2018 Results 
Giglio Group (GGTV.MI)         Interim 2018 Results 
 
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Sol SpA (SOL.MI)               Interim 2018 Results 
Tamburi Investment Partners    Interim 2018 Results 
      (TIP.MI) 
Esprinet (PRT.MI)              Interim 2018 Results 
Bialetti Industrie (BIA.MI)    Interim 2018 Results 
Cembre (CMB.MI)                Interim 2018 Results 
 
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Gequiti Spa (GEQ.MI)           EGM re convertiible bond 
Irce (IRC.MI)                  Interim 2018 Results 
IT Way (ITW.MI)                Interim 2018 Results 
Vittoria Assicurazioni         Interim 2018 Results 
      (VAS.MI) 
B&C Speakers (BEC.MI)          Q2 2018 Results 
El.En. (ELN.MI)                Interim 2018 Results 
Intek Group (IKG.MI)           Interim 2018 Results 
 
Thursday, September 13, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Mondo TV (MTV.MI)              Interim 2018 Results 
Landi Renzo (LR.MI)            Interim 2018 Results 
Newron Pharmaceuticals (NWPHF) Interim 2018 Results 
Sesa (SES.MI)                  Q1 2019 Results 
SAES Getters - Ord (SG.MI)     Interim 2018 Results 
La Doria (LD.MI)               Interim 2018 Results 
Banca Finnat Euramerica        Interim 2018 Results 
      (BFE.MI) 
Avio SpA (AVIO.MI)             Interim 2018 Results 
Digital Bros (DIB.MI)          Full year 2018 Results 
IVS Group (IVS.MI)             Interim 2018 Results 
I Grandi Viaggi (IGV.MI)       Q3 2018 Results 
 
Friday, September 14, 2018 
Company                        Event 
Mittel (MIT.MI)                Interim 2018 Results 
Tiscali SpA (TIS.MI)           Interim 2018 Results 
IVS Group (IVS.MI)*            Interim 2018 Earnings conference call  / 
                               Webcast 
LVenture Group SpA (LVEN.MI)   Interim 2018 Results 
 
 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 00:20 ET (04:20 GMT)

21:5316-08-2018
Luxury Stocks Face Trade Threats -- Barrons.com
By Victor Reklaitis 

If you're tracking the global trade fights, this can't feel like a great time to own European companies that export posh goods. All of them would face challenges in a full-blown trade war.

However, Gucci parent Kering (KER.France) and Louis Vuitton parent LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (MC.France) could be relatively insulated, reckon UBS analysts, led by Helen Brand.

"Overall, soft luxury tends to be a little bit more defensive than hard luxury," she tells Barron's, referring to sellers of handbags and shoes, versus jewelers and watchmakers. "You don't get the sort of destocking and restocking that you get in a wholesale channel." And she adds: "Also, it's just a slightly lower price-point product than a luxury watch or such."

Kering boasts brands, including Gucci and Balenciaga, that are showing real power, the analyst argues. "The brand heat is so strong that you hope they could still gain market share, even in a slower market," Brand says, adding that LVMH has developed one of the sector's best brand portfolios, too. UBS has Buy ratings on Kering and LVMH, along with price targets that imply rallies of about 25% and 15%, respectively.

The bank has sounded somewhat cautious on the sector recently, as trade-war fears have persisted. An all-out trade war could trigger a 30% slide in some European luxury stocks, it reckons. In this situation, which UBS views as an unlikely worst-case scenario, global gross domestic product growth would slide by one percentage point, and worldwide stock markets would dive by more than 20%. That would hurt both the wealth effect -- the tendency of individuals to spend more when their investments are doing well -- and consumer confidence.

Other banks also have sounded skittish toward the sector. "Europe's most emblematic and successful current counterpart of America's Nasdaq universe is its luxury goods companies," wrote Kepler Cheuvreux strategist Christopher Potts in a recent note. "Accordingly, we are reducing our exposure to these stocks because they have become expensive and over-popular."

Burberry Group (BRBY.UK), Salvatore Ferragamo (SFER.Italy), and Swatch Group (UHR.Switzerland) could face the biggest losses, according to UBS. Burberry and Ferragamo might be particularly vulnerable because the trade conflicts have erupted as they have been trying to regain momentum with consumers, Brand notes.

"If we were to see the real weakness in terms of trade wars, I think it's more difficult to turn around a brand with that backdrop," she says. Meanwhile, Swatch would be hamstrung by its big exposure to Chinese shoppers and its relatively cyclical business, with steep fixed production costs.

In addition, the luxury sector's stocks are trading at a higher-than-usual premium to the broad market -- roughly 70%, versus a historic average around 40% -- Brand and her colleagues note. Burberry and Ferragamo look especially expensive, fetching 28 and 32 times forward-year estimated earnings, respectively, compared with the Stoxx Europe 600 benchmark's 14.

The other players don't have valuations that are quite as lofty, but they're not cheap. Kering and Swatch change hands at 21 times expected forward-year profits, while LVMH's multiple is 23.

Victor Reklaitis is a London-based writer for MarketWatch.

 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 16, 2018 15:53 ET (19:53 GMT)

17:4517-08-2018
Italy's FTSE MIB Closes 0.5% Lower at 20415.2 Points
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 11:45 ET (15:45 GMT)

22:1817-08-2018
G7 Political, Economic Calendar - Week Ahead -2-
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Defense, M/M%                        +1.5% 
                       Dur Goods, Ex-Transport, M/M%                      +0.4% 
                       Orders: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air, M/M%             +0.6% 
                       Shipmnts: Cap Gds, Non-Def, Ex-Air,                +1.0% 
                       M/M% 
 
 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 16:18 ET (20:18 GMT)

18:0517-08-2018
Milan Most Actives
 
                                     Volume        Close       Change     % Change 
 
  Banca Carige                  188,638,260        0.009         unch         unch 
  Intesa Sanpaolo               114,516,530        2.183       -0.017        -0.77 
  Telecom Italia                 80,767,668        0.601       -0.007        -1.12 
  Banco BPM                      36,552,023        2.037       -0.062        -2.95 
  Enel                           21,376,312        4.425       -0.006        -0.14 
  UniCredit                      19,095,972       12.940       -0.062        -0.48 
  Telecom Italia RNC             15,978,459        0.527       -0.008        -1.50 
  CHL                            14,039,096        0.012       +0.000        +0.85 
  Unione di Banche Italiane      12,295,395        3.147       -0.115        -3.53 
  Tiscali                        12,292,968        0.018        0.000        -2.15 
  Atlantia                       11,555,163       19.340       +1.040        +5.68 
  Fiat Chrysler Automobiles       9,447,448       13.710       -0.018        -0.13 
  A2A SpA                         8,931,453        1.594       +0.002        +0.13 
  Snam SpA                        8,278,226        3.689       -0.039        -1.05 
  ENI                             8,177,533       15.824       -0.088        -0.55 
  Vincenzo Zucchi Ord             7,823,115        0.025       -0.001        -3.14 
  Saipem                          6,759,894        4.406       -0.152        -3.33 
  CNH Industrial                  5,963,878       10.120       +0.115        +1.15 
  Fincantieri                     5,810,140        1.205       -0.020        -1.63 
  UnipolSAI Assicurazioni         5,699,928        1.898       -0.039        -1.99 
  BPER Banca                      4,721,685        4.000       -0.089        -2.18 
  Assicurazioni Generali          4,659,567       14.455       -0.145        -0.99 
  Poste Italiane                  4,449,587        6.850       -0.086        -1.24 
  Beni Stabili                    4,170,555        0.757       +0.005        +0.67 
  TERNA                           3,953,756        4.602       -0.043        -0.93 
  STMicroelectronics              3,716,802       16.940       -0.395        -2.28 
  Leonardo                        3,578,959        9.684       -0.238        -2.40 
  Aedes SIIQ                      3,220,108        0.249         unch         unch 
  Mediobanca                      3,161,114        8.402       -0.094        -1.11 
  Unipol Gruppo                   3,144,347        3.610       -0.082        -2.22 
  Risanamento                     2,931,750        0.025       -0.001        -2.33 
  Saras                           2,812,208        2.158       -0.014        -0.64 
  Monte dei Paschi di Siena       2,181,600        2.200       -0.109        -4.72 
  Mediaset                        2,135,037        2.656       +0.025        +0.95 
  Tenaris                         2,129,689       14.460       -0.115        -0.79 
  MolMed                          2,080,247        0.417       +0.010        +2.33 
  Davide Campari-Milano           2,079,999        7.570       +0.025        +0.33 
  SIAS                            1,961,442       12.500       +0.310        +2.54 
  Juventus Football Club          1,884,124        0.879       +0.012        +1.33 
  Anima Holding                   1,558,761        4.138       -0.028        -0.67 
  Iren SpA                        1,527,880        2.202       -0.018        -0.81 
  Banca Mediolanum                1,490,277        5.925       -0.105        -1.74 
  FinecoBank                      1,487,499       10.205       +0.035        +0.34 
  Hera                            1,435,332        2.746       -0.008        -0.29 
  Italgas                         1,335,173        4.755       -0.058        -1.21 
  Pirelli                         1,290,829        7.602       -0.036        -0.47 
  Retelit                         1,242,531        1.376       -0.013        -0.94 
  Salini Impregilo                1,047,101        2.340       +0.040        +1.74 
  Autogrill SpA                     949,644        8.540       -0.060        -0.70 
  OVS                               917,073        2.400       +0.036        +1.52 
 
Prices in Euros 
Source: SIX Financial Information 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 12:05 ET (16:05 GMT)

09:0217-08-2018
Atlantia Shares Trade 3.4% Higher
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 17, 2018 03:02 ET (07:02 GMT)

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