The Ibex 35 falls 0.4% at closing, but maintains the level of 9,400 integers

MADRID, 20 Abr.

The Ibex 35 falls 0.4% at closing, but maintains the level of 9,400 integers


The Ibex 35 has closed the session this Thursday with a fall of 0.46%, which has led it to stand at 9,450.9 integers, although it has reached 9,500 integers, on a day in which Bankinter has given the go-ahead to the presentation of business results in Spain, with a net profit of 184.7 million in the first quarter (19.7%).

Investors have also had a monetary policy reference this Thursday. The governor of the Bank of the Netherlands, Klaas Knot, considered one of the main representatives of the most restrictive current or 'hawks' of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB), has been in favor of raising interest rates at the meetings in May, June and July if core inflation shows no sign of easing its pressure.

In the debt market, the Public Treasury has placed 6,425.41 million euros this Thursday, while it has received a demand of more than 9,000 million.

Thus, at the close of the session, Ibercaja was the bullish value, with a rise of 1.07%, followed by Rovi (0.69%), Naturgy (0.64%), Enagás (0.49% ), Red Eléctrica (0.33%) and Ferrovial (0.21%).

On the contrary, the worst performance has been for Fluidra (-1.84%), Repsol (-1.66%), Unicaja Banco (-1.63%), Indra (-1.57%), Santander (- 1.54%), BBVA (-1.50%), Meliá (-1.42%) and Bankinter (-1.17%).

Compared to the rest of the large European squares, Milan closed with a fall of 1.10%, followed by Paris (-0.62%) and Frankfurt (-0.46%). Only London has finished with a slight advance of 0.05%.

The barrel of Brent observed a decrease towards the middle of the stock market session of 2.20%, up to 81.29 dollars, while the West Texas Intermediate reached 77.44 dollars, 2.17% less.

The yield of the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years in the secondary debt markets fell to 3.477%. Thus, the risk premium against German bonds reached 103.3 basis points.

On its side, the euro advanced 0.13% against the dollar, standing at 1.0969 dollars per euro, although below the level of 1.1 'green tickets'.