Milan exchange closes lower

(AGI) Milan, Sept 25 - The Milan stock market session endedThursday on a negative note. The FTSE MIB lost 1.35 percent toend the day at 20,411 points, while the All Share fell 1.29percent to 21,579 points. The day started weak, but picked upsteam after Mario Draghi's statement about a possible ECBintervention to support the economy. In the afternoon, thetrend was inverted due to worrisome U.S. macro data and WallStreet's negative response. Before the bell, bank stocksplummeted. Unicredit lost 2.1 percent and Intesa Sanpaolo fell1.91 percent. Telecom showed a slight improvement, gaining

(AGI) Milan, Sept 25 - The Milan stock market session endedThursday on a negative note. The FTSE MIB lost 1.35 percent toend the day at 20,411 points, while the All Share fell 1.29percent to 21,579 points. The day started weak, but picked upsteam after Mario Draghi's statement about a possible ECBintervention to support the economy. In the afternoon, thetrend was inverted due to worrisome U.S. macro data and WallStreet's negative response. Before the bell, bank stocksplummeted. Unicredit lost 2.1 percent and Intesa Sanpaolo fell1.91 percent. Telecom showed a slight improvement, gaining 0.11percent. Fiat soared 1.71 percent, contrasting the performanceof luxury and energy stocks. . .