MADRID, 28 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has led the rises of the main European stock markets this Thursday with a rise of 1.02% and has ended a five-session downward streak, to the point of recovering the level of 9,400 points - specifically, it has closed at 9,426.8 points, despite the increase in inflation in September.
The selective started the session with indefinition and small oscillations until it decided on an upward trend at midday motivated by the promotions of Banco Santander and BBVA - two values with great weight in the index - and which was only interrupted by the closing of session; However, in the section of increases, the most notable has been Solaria, closing with an advance of 7.96% (it rose more than 12% during the negotiation).
The price of the energy company reacted in this way after announcing a net profit of 50.1 million euros in the first half of the year, which represents an increase of 15% compared to the same period of the previous year, and investments of 2.6 billion in the next three years to grow in Europe.
In the macroeconomic sphere, this Thursday it was announced that Spain's CPI increased 0.2% in September in relation to the previous month and raised its interannual rate by nine tenths, to 3.5%, its highest value since last month of April, due to the increase in the cost of electricity and fuel.
For its part, Germany's advance CPI moderated in September to 4.5% year-on-year, more than expected, when the August figure was 6.1%, while core inflation moderated to 4.6%.
On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, it has been confirmed that the gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States registered a growth of 2.1% in the second quarter of the year, which represents an expansion rate slightly lower than 2.2% of the first three months of 2023; which translated into a rise of more than half a percentage point in Wall Street indicators at closing time in Europe.
In this context, behind Solaria, Santander has led the advances (4.45%) of the Spanish selective, after yesterday announcing a share buyback program. Below were BBVA (3.25%), ArcelorMittal (2.29%), Sacyr (1.97%), Logista (1.76%), Inditex (1.63%) and Unicaja Banco (1. 59%).
On the opposite side, Cellnex has been the stock with the worst performance at the close of the session (-3.25%), ahead of Naturgy (-1.09%), Rovi (-1.07%), IAG (-0, 64%), Iberdrola (-0.56%) and Enagas (-0.45%).
The rest of the European markets, after a morning of mixed signs, have finally opted for gains: London has added 0.11%; Milan 0.54%; Paris 0.63% and Frankfurt 0.7%.
The barrel of Brent fell at closing time in Europe to $96.23, 0.33% less, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at $93, 0.72% less.
In the debt market, the yield on the Spanish bond with a 10-year maturity closed at 4.017% after adding eight basis points. In this way, the risk premium against German debt rose to 109 basis points.
In the foreign exchange market, the euro appreciated 0.67% against the dollar, registering an exchange rate of 1.0573 'greenbacks' for each unit of the community currency.