MADRID, 29 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 turned around and fell 0.22% in the mid-session on Tuesday, in which it fell dangerously back to the 8,300-point barrier, on a day in which investors will continue to await the protests in China within the framework of the restrictions of the so-called 'Covid Zero' policy in the Asian giant.
At the macroeconomic level, this Tuesday it was revealed that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell one tenth in November in Spain in relation to the previous month and cut its interannual rate by half a point, to 6.8%, its highest figure. It has been down since January, just before the war was declared in Ukraine, when the CPI stood at 6.1%.
On the other hand, the vice president of the European Central Bank (ECB), Luis de Guindos, has warned that financial stability in the euro zone registers a "significant deterioration" as a result of the worsening of the outlook for the economy that coincides with the tightening of the financing conditions.
In this scenario, the Ibex 35 was trading at 8,305.2 points around twelve noon, with Acciona Energía (-2%), Acciona (-1.41%), Fluidra (-1.27%), Aena (-1.14%), Grifols (-1.03%) and Naturgy (-1.01%) led the decreases.
In the positive field, Sacyr (1.54%), Arcelormittal (1.39%), Repsol (1.29%), Mapfre (1.18%) and ACS (1.02%) stood out.
The rest of the European stock markets presented a mixed behavior in the mid-session, with increases of 0.64% in London, 0.15% in Paris and 0.04% in Frankfurt and decreases of 0.2% in Milan.
The price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, stood at 85.6 dollars, with a rise of 2.9%, while Texas stood at 79.22 dollars, with a rise of 2.56%.
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0371 'greenbacks', while the Spanish risk premium stood at 99 basis points, with the interest required on the ten-year bond at 2.866%.