MILANO ( – The total traded turnover during the week is € 27.8 million; 40 positive titles with an average of + 3.13%. The FTSE AIM Italia scored -0.72%. The FTSE Italia PIR PMI All posted a performance of -1.45%. The 5 best performances of the week: Finlogic: 13.60% (CMG Euro 64.613) Gruppo Green Power: 10.50% (CMG Euro 315.109) Costamp Group: 10.00% (CMG Euro 17.726) WM Capital: 9.80% (CMG Euro 360.787) Archimede: 6.00% (CMG Euro 25.571) At sector level * the best performance was recorded by the Chemical sector (+ 1.4% on average), followed by the Renewable Energy and Energy sector (+1, 2%) and the Healthcare sector (+ 0.7%). Chemical Sector Performance: 2.4% (CMG Euro: 874.562) Renewable Energy and Energy: 1.2% (CMG Euro: 48.618) Healthcare: 0.7% (CMG Euro: 22.354) Industry: 0.5% (CMG Euro : 29.854) Telecommunications: 0.4% (CMG Euro: 32.264) Food: 0.2% (CMG Euro: 106.399) Services: -0.2% (CMG Euro: 73.784) Finance: -0.4% (CMG Euro : 76,309) Average: -1.2% (CMG Euro: 22.409) Technology: -1.2% (CMG Euro: 72.152) Fashion and Luxury: -2.7% (CMG Euro: 8.597) * Sector classification by the IR TOP Research Department ( The main News of the week Costamp Group presents its strategy guidelines COSTAMP GROUP is a leader in the design, production and sale of molds for automotive components. It is a reference partner and strategic supplier, through foundries, of major car manufacturers worldwide, thanks to the completeness of the offer in terms of processes (HPDC, LPDC & Gravity, Plastic) and products (aluminum, magnesium, cast iron, plastic). Costamp Group is the only international player able to offer a complete range of processes (HPDC, LPDC & Gravity, Plastic) and products in the automotive sector. Cross selling of the various productions will be developed, with a new workflow organisation; a new premium line will be created in the high pressure division (thanks to the ownership of PUZZLE DIE technology), developed partnerships with OEM and Tier 1 on specific innovative projects and it will continue its international expansion with a direct and consolidated presence in the countries where OEM and Tier 1 operate. In the meantime, Costamp has won a US $ 1.72 million order for Nemak USA for the delivery of two molds by the first quarter of 2019. WM Capital signs an agreement with Finlogic for a development in the retail market WM Capital, a company specialised in the Business Format Franchising field that promotes the growth of companies through the development of network systems in Italy and abroad and Finlogic, active in the Information Technology sector with complete solutions for the coding and automatic identification of WM Capital and Finlogic products, both listed on the AIM market Italy, have signed a commercial agreement for a development in the retail franchising market. The aim of the partnership will be the support, throughout 2018, of WM Capital for the development of Finlogic services in the Franchising networks market. Fabio Pasquali, CEO of WM Capital, commented: “We are very satisfied with the choice of Finlogic, an important listed company, which has selected us as a partner to increase its presence in the network market, testifying to the value of our network”. Dino Natale, Chief Executive Officer of Finlogic commented: “We took this opportunity with great interest because it allows us to enter the franchising world and fully exploit the potential that the market offers thanks to the collaboration with Zebra Technologies and Epson, which also have specific solutions for the retail market”. Piteco prepares integrated solutions with the Airplus (Lufthansa) platform The Piteco Group is an important player in the financial software sector, with an ambitious internationalisation and diversification project led by 2 business lines: Piteco SpA and Juniper Payments LLC. Piteco will integrate its own Evolution product with the Mastercard virtual credit card generation platform of AirPlus, a Lufthansa group company specialised in providing innovative solutions for corporate payments. The new integrated platform will allow client companies to be able to provide punctual credit to the supplier, taking advantage of an additional expense ceiling without modifying the timescale of the balance of the agreed invoices. In Italy, in 2016, according to an analysis by Kaiser Associates and a Euromonitor study, the value of B2B payments with the potential to switch from traditional forms of payments to credit cards is around 512 billion euro compared to the volume of the market already on credit cards, which is about 15 billion. Enertronica, new business plan 2018-2022 Enertronica, founded in 2005, operates in the renewable energy and energy saving sector (ESCo) and in the design and production of electromechanical systems. The Board of Directors of Enertronica approved the new 2018-2022 business plan, which “was necessary due both to the group’s exit from electricity sales to the end customer and the need of focusing on the industrial sector, originally launched in 2017”, explained in the company note. The focus will therefore be on the industrial sector, in particular with Elettronica Santerno and eMobility, while the second business line will concern EPC and BOT in the photovoltaic sector. For this year, the corporate guidance is 53 million in revenue and 4.1 in ebitda, which will increase to 64 million and 5 million respectively next year, to reach 110.5 million in revenues with 8.5 of ebitda in 2022. In July, by exercising the powers of attorney, a total capital increase of 10 million euros will be launched (with a minimum subscription price of 2.3 euros per share), half to be offered as an option to all shareholders and bondholder convertibles and the other half reserved for third-party investors with medium-long term objectives to support the e-Mobility operation. At the end of the increase, new 2018-2022 warrants will be distributed to all shareholders (1 for each share held) with an increasing subscription price over the years, starting from 3 euro. Between May 28th and June 1st 2018 an extraordinary conversion window will open for the 2013-2018 warrants. THE AIM 4AIM SICAF COMPANIES: 0,00% Abitare In: 0,65% Agatos: -2,31% Alfio Bardolla Training Group: -4,63% Alkemy: -6,64% Alp.I: 0,00% Ambromobiliare: 2,89% Archimede: 6,00% Assiteca : -3,91% axélero: -8,22% BioDue: 0,00% Bio-on: 2,37% Blue Financial Communication: -2,00% Bomi Italia: -1,25% Caleido Group: -3,23% Capital For Progress 2: 0,00% Casta Diva Group: 1,14% CdR Advance Capital: 0,00% Clabo : 2,64% Costamp Group: 10,00% Cover 50: 0,00% Crescita: 0,00% Culti Milano: 0,93% DBA Group: -0,56% DHH: -5,67% Digital Magics: 1,88% Digital360: -2,10% DigiTouch: 1,77% Ecosuntek: 4,91% Elettra Investimenti: -6,02% Energica Motor Company: -0,67% Energy Lab: 0,00% Enertronica: 5,24% EPS Equita PEP 2 : 0,51% Equita Group: 0,47% Expert System: -3,04% Fervi: 2,30% Finlogic: 13,60% Fintel Energia Group: -7,41% First Capital: 6,00% FOPE: 4,65% Frendy Energy: 0,52% Gabelli Value For Italy: -3,58% Gambero Rosso: -0,98% Gel: 3,72% Giorgio Fedon & Figli: -4,90% Glenalta: -0,80% GO Internet: 0,37% GPI: 4,41% Gruppo Green Power: 10,50% Health Italia: 2,26% H-FARM: -5,26% Icf Group: -4,29% IdeaMI: 0,21% Illa: -6,63% Imvest: -10,69% Industrial Stars of Italy 3: 0,21% Iniziative Bresciane: 5,15% Innova Italy 1: 0,51% Innovatec: -2,23% Italia Independent Group: -10,53% Italian Wine Brands: 2,25% Ki Group: 0,00% Kolinpharma: -2,11% Leone Film Group: -2,07% Life Care Capital: -0,72% Lucisano Media Group: -3,43% MailUp: -2,69% Masi Agricola: -0,93% Mondo TV France: -0,26% Mondo TV Suisse: -0,95% Neodecortech: 1,58% Net Insurance: -0,21% Neurosoft: 0,00% Notorious Pictures: 1,05% Orsero: -0,57% Pharmanutra: 0,74% Piteco: -2,04% PLT Energia: 3,94% Poligrafici Printing: 0,35% Portale Sardegna: -2,00% Prismi: -1,80% Rosetti Marino: 0,00% S.M.R.E.: -1,82% Safe Bag: -0,75% SCM SIM: -2,08% Sit: -1,85% SITI B&T Group: 0,93% Softec: -0,68% Somec: 0,58% Spactiv: 0,41% Spaxs: -1,13% Sprintitaly: -0,41% Telesia: -3,67% TPS: 0,00% Triboo: -4,55% Vei 1: -0,97% Vetrya: -3,64% Visibilia Editore: 5,76% WIIT: -1,01% WM Capital: 9,80% Zephyro: 1,90%