MADRID, 5 Jun. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has closed in 'red', with a fall of 0.30%, which has led it to be below 9,300 integers, despite having traded positively for most of the session.
Today's session has been marked by OPEC's decision to maintain the current production cut until the end of 2023 and extend it to 2024 as a whole to stop its reduction in prices.
Likewise, it has been known that the growth of private sector activity in the euro zone moderated in May to a three-month low, according to the Purchasing Managers Composite Index (PMI), which fell to 52.8 points from 54 .1 of the previous month, according to the survey carried out by S
However, the Ibex 35 has entered negative territory after the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), Christine Lagarde, has assured the European Parliament that future decisions of the institution "will guarantee that official interest rates are at sufficiently restrictive levels" to achieve a timely return of inflation to its medium-term target of 2% and to keep them at those levels "for as long as necessary".
In this context, the Ibex 35 has closed at 9,289, integers, with Banco Sabadell as the 'red' lantern, falling 1.87%, followed by Aena (-1.40%), Sacyr (-1.15%) , Repsol (-0.90%), Banco Santander (-0.84%) and Indra (-0.77%).
On the other hand, the biggest increases are Rovi (2.82%), Merlin (1.36%), Acciona (0.92%), Endesa (0.86%) and Telefónica (0.82%).
Outside of the Ibex 35, the biggest rise on the Continuous Market has been that of Deoleo, which has risen by 10.04% due to rumors of a possible sale by CVC, its majority shareholder.
The main European stock market indices have also closed negatively: the French CAC 40 has lost 0.96% in the session, followed by the Italian FTSE MIB (-0.78%), the German DAX (-0.54%) and the British FTSE 100 (-0.10%).
On the other hand, the barrel of Brent appreciated 1.38%, up to 77.18 dollars, while the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) reached 72.66 dollars, 1.27% more.
In the debt market, the yield on the 10-year Spanish bond stood at 3.367%, from the 3.315% observed last Friday. Thus, the risk premium stood at 99.4 basis points.
In the foreign exchange market, the euro depreciated 0.06% against the dollar, reaching an exchange rate of 1.0715 'green tickets' for each unit of the community currency.