The Ibex 35 dawns with a fall of 0.78% and loses 9,300 integers, pending the Treasury

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The Ibex 35 dawns with a fall of 0.78% and loses 9,300 integers, pending the Treasury


The Ibex 35 has started the session this Tuesday with a decrease of 0.78%, which has taken the selective up to 9,285.44 points, in a day in which investors will be attentive to a new Treasury auction, in Spain.

Specifically, the Public Treasury expects to place this Tuesday between 4,500 million and 5,500 million euros in an auction of six and twelve-month bills.

The markets will thus remain awaiting the inflation data of three of the main European economies, specifically, that of Germany, which will be released this Tuesday, while that of France and Spain will be published this Friday.

During this day, the Chinese trade balance will also be disseminated; on Wednesday, China's inflation; on Thursday, the CPI for Italy and the United States, and on Friday, the British GDP data.

Likewise, investors will be watching China this week, as they expect the government to expand its reforms and communicate fiscal stimuli that will help encourage investment and consumption, according to Link Securities in its weekly forecast.

In the early stages of this session, the biggest increases within the Ibex 35 were recorded by Meliá Hotels (0.86%), Amadeus (0.14%), Logista (0.12%) and Iberdrola (0.09%) , while on the opposite side the most pronounced decreases were registered by Banco Sabadell (-2.39%), CaixaBank (-1.98%) and Banco Santander (-1.62%).

The main European stock markets also opened this Tuesday with a negative sign: 2.05% for Milan, 0.61% for Frankfurt, 0.67% for Paris and 0.38% for London.

At the opening of the stock market, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, fell 0.69%, to $84.75, while Texas stood at $81.39, a 0.67% less.

In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0995 'green bills', while the Spanish risk premium was around 105.7 basis points, with the interest required on the 10-year bond at 3.541%.