Shares in UnipolSai rise as Italian insurer debuts after merger
MILAN Jan 6 (Reuters) - Shares in Italian insurer UnipolSai rose 3 percent on Monday, the first day of trading for the new group following a merger to create the country's second biggest insurer.
The deed to merge Unipol Assicurazioni, Milano Assicurazioni and Premafin into Fondiaria was stipulated on Dec. 31.
Italy's blue-chip stock index was up 0.7 percent. (Reporting by Francesca Landini, editing by Valentina Za)
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