MADRID, 20 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has finally closed the session in negative, with a fall of 0.55% that brought it to stand at 9,281.3 integers, which means losing the level of 9,300 points, in a day in which investors They will not have the Wall Street reference due to a holiday and in a week that will continue to be marked by the presentation of business results.
The Governor of the Bank of Finland and member of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB), Olli Rehn, has been in favor of continuing to raise interest rates and does not expect the institution to reach the terminal level of the reference rate until summer.
Fluidra has led the increases with an increase of 0.91%, followed by ArcelorMittal (0.78%), Logista (0.64%), Solaria (0.53%), Acerinox (0.40%) and Naturgy ( 0.34%).
On the other hand, the falls of Bankinter (-2.66%), Sabadell (-2.23%), Amadeus (-2.07%), IAG (-2.07%), ACS (-1, 38%), CaixaBank (-1.14%) and Red Eléctrica (-0.95%).
In the rest of the European markets, Milan closed with a fall of 0.56%; Paris, 0.16%; Frankfurt, 0.03%. Only London has ended in 'green', with a slight advance of 0.12%.
The barrel of Brent registered an increase of 0.59%, up to 83.49 dollars, while the West Texas Intemediate stood at 76.50 dollars, 0.21% more.
In the debt market, the yield on the 10-year Spanish bond stood at 3.423%, compared to 3.409% on Friday. Thus, the risk premium has fallen two tenths, to 95.6 basis points.
In the foreign exchange market, the euro has fallen 0.08% in its cross against the dollar, reaching 1.0686 dollars for each euro.