The Ibex 35 goes for 11,200 points, after the CPI of Spain and pending Grifols (-4%)

MADRID, 14 May.

The Ibex 35 goes for 11,200 points, after the CPI of Spain and pending Grifols (-4%)


The Ibex 35 began this Tuesday's session with a rise of 0.29%, which brought it to 11,184 points, on a day marked by the publication of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Spain and due to the new attack by the bearish fund Gotham City Research against Grifols, which fell almost 4%.

Specifically, Gotham City Research has once again launched an offensive this Tuesday against Grifols by stating that BPC Plasma, a company controlled by the Catalan firm, lent "over the years" funds that it "received from a third party, most likely Grifols." , to the Scranton family office.

Also in the business field, the State Society of Industrial Participations (SEPI) has reported today that on May 9 it exceeded the threshold of 8% in Telefónica's share capital.

Likewise, investors will continue to pay attention throughout the week to how BBVA's hostile takeover bid (OPA) for Banco Sabadell evolves.

On the other hand, Prosegur Cash will distribute this Tuesday, May 14, a gross dividend of 0.0101 euros corresponding to the first payment of the remuneration that it approved at its last shareholders meeting and which amounts in total to 0.0404 euros gross for each stock in circulation.

In the macroeconomic field, Spain's CPI rose 0.7% in April compared to the previous month and raised its interannual rate by one tenth, to 3.3%, due to the rise in gas and food prices, according to the final data published this Tuesday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), which confirms those advanced at the end of last month.

In addition, the Public Treasury expects to place between 1,500 million and 2,500 million euros this Tuesday in an auction of 3 and 9 month bills.

At the opening this Tuesday, the values ​​that rose the most were Ferrovial (2.51%) and Colonial (2.15%), which presented their quarterly accounts yesterday with the market already closed, while on the opposite side were Grifols (-4.51%), Banco Sabadell (-0.64%) and Banco Santander (-0.40%).

The main European stock markets opened today's trading session with mixed trends. Milan and London rose 0.07% and 0.05%, respectively, while Frankfurt and Paris fell 0.12% and 0.08%, respectively.

The price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, rose 0.13% at the opening of the European markets, to 83.47 dollars, while Texas stood at 79.20 dollars. 0.1% more.

In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro against the dollar remained at 1.0784 'greenbacks', while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond fell to 3.295%.