Italy - Factors to watch on Nov. 28

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 Italy - Factors to watch on Nov. 28
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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 .

DEBT

ECB releases October data on Italian banks domestic government bond holdings.

Treasury sells up to 5.0 billion euros new 3.40% BTP bond due April 1, 2028 in exchange for following bonds: CCTeu due July 15, 2023; 0.65% BTP due Oct. 15, 2023; zero coupon BTP due Nov. 29, 2023; CCTeu due Dec. 15, 2023 and CCTeu due April 15, 2025.

COMPANIES

TELECOM ITALIA (TIM)

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has given one of her top aides powers to oversee Rome's strategy on ultra-fast broadband networks as the new right-wing government reviews plans for the country's biggest telecoms company.

A government source on Sunday said Meloni will likely decide as early as on Monday whether to give a green light to state lender CDP's non binding offer for Telecom Italia (TIM) network.

The source said key government figures expressed reservations over CDP's strategy on TIM ahead of a Nov. 30 deadline to submit a non binding bid for the former phone monopoly network infrastructure.

According to a report by La Repubblica on Sunday, Meloni decided to halt CDP's bid for the network.

ENERGY FIRMS

The derivative exposure of Italian energy firms stood at 87 billion euros ($90.5 billion) as of mid-November, sharply up from 60 billion euros a year earlier, a central bank report showed on Friday.

SNAM

Italy's government will fight a judicial appeal by the city of Piombino against a key plan to install a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) floating terminal in its port, the country's energy and environment minister said on Friday.

ATLANTIA

A buyout offer launched by the Benetton family and U.S. investment fund Blackstone for Italy's Atlantia has breached the 95% threshold, the bidders said on Friday, allowing them to squeeze out the remaining investors.

MONCLER

The value of imports for fur clothing, accessories and other items in the European Union has dropped more than 60% over the past decade, animal welfare organisation Four Paws said on Friday, as it called for a ban on fur farms.

LEONARDO, IVECO

A consortium of defence group and commercial vehicle maker has won an order to supply Brazil's army with 220 armoured vehicles worth up to 2 billion euros ($2.08 billion), Italy's defence minister said on Friday.

BANCA FINNAT EURAMERICA

De-listed as of Monday.

DIARY

State lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) Group holds "Forum Multistakeholder 2022" online (1030 GMT); CDP President Giovanni Gorno Tempini delivers opening address (1035 GMT); EU Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans and Economy Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti deliver istitutional addresses (1030 GMT); savings banks association (ACRI) President Francesco Profumo gives speech (1105 GMT); CDP CEO Dario Scannapieco delivers closign address (1150 GMT).

Rome, government holds meeting with trade unions on Telecom Italia (TIM) and telecommunication sector (1430 GMT).

Milan, Lombardy region holds event "Lombardy 2030"; expected attendees include Pirelli CEO Marco Tronchetti Provera (0830 GMT); FNM Chairman Andrea Gibelli, Open Fiber President Barbara Marinali (0930 GMT); UniCredit CEO Andrea Orcel (1015 GMT); Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi (1025 GMT); A2A CEO Renato Mazzoncini, Webuild CEO Pietro Salini (1110 GMT); Infrastructure and Transport Minister Matteo Salvini (1155 GMT); Economy Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti; Environment and Energy Security Minister Gilberto Pichetto Fratin (1430 GMT); Il Sole 24 Ore CEO Mirja Cartia d'Asero (1535 GMT); Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina (1610 GMT); Maire Tecnimont Chairman Fabrizio Di Amato; STMicroelectronics Chairman Giuseppe Notarnicola (1610 GMT).

Milan, A2A holds inauguration ceremony of the new San Cristoforo primary electricity cabin serving the Metropolitan City with CEO Renato Mazzoncini (1400 GMT).

Turin, Stellantis holds "Lancia Design Day" with Lancia Brand CEO Luca Napolitano (1000 GMT).

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