The Ibex 35 dawns with a rise of 0.5% after the Easter break

MADRID, 11 Abr.

The Ibex 35 dawns with a rise of 0.5% after the Easter break


The Ibex 35 has started the session this Tuesday with a rise of 0.51%, to 9,359 points, after the Easter break, on a day in which investors will be watching the Spanish Treasury, which they expect to place between 4,500 million and 5,500 million euros in an auction of six and twelve-month bills with which the issuances for the month of April will begin.

In the last issue of six and twelve-month bills on March 7, the Treasury placed 4,938 million euros, remunerating investors with interest above the 3% threshold in both references. Specifically, the marginal interest stood at 3.164% in six-month bills and 3.335% in twelve-month bills.

Likewise, the markets will remain attentive today to the meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the publication of macroeconomic data on industrial production in the euro area.

The Madrid selective closed last Thursday, the last trading day before the end of Holy Week, with an increase of 0.62%, which allowed it to recover the level of 9,300 points lost at the beginning of last March.

In the early stages of the session on Tuesday, the biggest increases within the Ibex 35 were recorded by ArcelorMittal (2.82%), Grifols (1.79%), IAG (1.71%), Acerinox (1.61 %) and Bankinter (1.39%), while Naturgy was on the opposite side (-0.77%).

The main European stock markets opened this Tuesday with gains of 0.91% for Milan, 0.78% for Paris and Frankfurt, and 0.68% for London.

At the opening of the stock market, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, rose 0.76%, to $84.82, while Texas stood at $80.46, a 0.9% more.

In the currency market, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0884 'green bills', while the Spanish risk premium was around 103.5 basis points, with the interest required on the 10-year bond at 3.304%.