Milan, January 5 - The Milan stock market bucked the trend Tuesday as European stock markets were still in the red over tensions in the Middle East. The FTSE Mib index added 0.34% to 20,804 points in midday trading, with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles jumping 2.39% and Ferrari added 1.95% after a wobbly debut on the Milan listing on Monday. MPS bank plunged by 2.82%. European markets slid after an initial rise sparked by the Chinese government's move to inject liquidity into the markets, with Paris down by 0.8%. Frankfurt dropped 0.96%, Madrid was down 0.42% and London shed 0.17%.