Atlantia: the title advances in Piazza Affari
After yesterday's leap and despite the uncertainties over the Aspi concession
It had sold but the Atlantia stock title had not collapsed in recent days after the declarations by the Italian vice premier Luigi Di Maio that in addition to reaffirming the NO of Atlantia to any plan to revive the destiny of the former Alitalia flag company, he had feared in an interview at "Porta a Porta" on "Rai 1" also the worst for the title: when we revoke the motorway concessions to Autostrade (a subsidiary of Atlantia, targeted by the M5S for the Ponte Morandi tragedy), "the company will lose value on the stock exchange. If we put them in Alitalia, they will also lose value to the aircraft. Atlantia is deceased".
To defend the Benetton family holding company that controls Autostrade per l'Italia (Aspi) and AdR (Aeroporti di Roma, which manages the Rome's airports) Salvini had thought declaring a few hours later "We are talking about a company that gives thousands of jobs, is listed on the stock market and invoices tens of billions of euros. Before giving summary judgments, when there are jobs out of the way I am always very careful." After these premises the title of the company is now living another sunny day in Piazza Affari advancing by 2% after registering an increase of 3.79% yesterday. The company's shares therefore gain ground even after the on-line publication of the conclusions of the team of experts appointed by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport in this regard to the training procedure for the concession to Autostrade per l'Italia.
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency