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Pirelli is the real front runner at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with its P Zero and P Zero Corsa embellishing the new models of some of the world’s most prestigious car manufacturers.

The Porsche Carrera 911 is fitted with P Zero in sizes 245/35ZR20 and 295/30ZR20, tyres that exalt the performance of this supercar, at the same time offering driving satisfaction and safety.

The splendid Ferrari 458 Spider is also shod with P Zero, while the Lotus Exige is on 205/45ZR17 and 265/35ZR18 P Zero Corsas.

The elegant Maserati Kubang wears P Zeros in size 295/49R2, while the Lamborghini Gallardo SuperTrofeo Stradale is well up to the mark with P Zero Corsas in sizes 235/35ZR19 and 295/30ZR19.

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International stock markets experienced a general recovery ( Milan +3.8%, London +2.9%, Frankfurt +7.4%, Paris +1.9%) during the week from 12 September to 16 September. Markets were also backed by the news that main Central Banks (BCE, Fed, BoE, BoJ, SNB) will join efforts in order to solve the liquidity issues some banks are facing.
It was a positive week for the Auto & Parts secor as well: the index gained +2.5%. At the Frankfurt motor show car makers underlined the absence up tp now of any sign of demand slowdown. The industry eventually will be able to face any change in the demand trend, thanks to a greater flexibility than during the past.
Pirelli closed the week at €5.81 (+14.7%) with 6.5 mln of shares traded on average, outperforming its peers (Michelin +7.4%, Continental +10.3%, Nokian +4.1%).
In Morgan Stanley’s opinion Pirelli is the tyre top pick (Overweight at 7.5€). The broker reviewed 2012 estimates including a global growth slowdown. However, according to the broker’s view, Pirelli will outperform the market thanks to the exposure to Emerging Marktes and the strong focus on premium.
The mean consensus TP is 8.45€ with BUY recommendations from 88% of brokers.

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