MADRID, 7 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has finally closed with a slight drop of 0.05%, despite having tried throughout the session to be positive, in such a way that it adds its seventh day in 'red' and stands at 9,310.0 integers .
In this way, it chains its worst week since the end of September 2022, when it registered eight consecutive falls.
This Thursday it was confirmed that the GDP of the eurozone increased by one tenth in the second quarter, while employment increased by 0.2% compared to the first quarter.
Likewise, during the day it was published that German industrial production registered a decline of 0.8% in July compared to the previous month, six tenths less than what it fell in June, but it deepened its year-on-year decline to 2. 1%, compared to 1.5% the previous month.
For its part, the Spanish Public Treasury has placed 6,927.2 million euros this Thursday in a medium and long-term debt auction, in the expected medium-high range, and has done so by remunerating investors with higher interests, offering almost 4.2% for 30-year obligations, according to data published by the Bank of Spain.
In the United States, initial applications for unemployment benefits reached a total of 216,000 applications last week, which represents a decrease of 13,000 people compared to the previous record.
In the week ending August 26, the recipients of this subsidy added a total of 1.679 million, which represents a decline in the number of beneficiaries of 40,000 people compared to the 1.719 million of the previous week.
At market close, the Ibex 35 Technical Committee has announced that it is keeping the composition of this index unchanged, as well as that of the Ibex Medium Cap and Small Cap.
It should be noted that Telefónica closed with a revaluation of 2.07% after announcing to the market on Tuesday that the Saudi operator STC had acquired 9.9% of its capital for 2.1 billion euros. Solaria was ahead (2.27%) and behind, the biggest increases were for Endesa (1.65%), Iberdrola (1.59%), Redeia (1.31%) and Indra (1.13). %).
On the other hand, the biggest decreases were recorded by Acerinox (-2.94%), Grifols (-2.82%), ArcelorMittal (-2.67%), CaixaBank (-1.98%), Fluidra (-1 .28%) and Cellnex (-1.11%).
The main European stock markets closed with a mixed sign, with increases of 0.21% in London and 0.03% in Paris, and decreases of 0.14% in Frankfurt and 0.20% in Milan.
On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, was trading with a drop of 0.13%, to 90.47 dollars, while Texas stood at 87.51 dollars, a 0.05% less.
In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro depreciated 0.2% against the dollar, to 1.0703 'greenbacks', while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond fell to 3.648%.