MADRID, 17 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 turned around and fell 0.81% in the mid-session this Thursday, which led it to move away from the 8,100-point barrier, on a day marked by the publication of confirmed IPC data from the Eurozone corresponding to October and due to geopolitical tensions.
According to the first estimate published by the Community Statistics Office, the year-on-year inflation rate in the euro area stood at 10.7% in October, which marks a new all-time record and represents an acceleration of eight tenths compared to the figure for September, despite the rises in interest rates undertaken by the European Central Bank (ECB).
On the other hand, after the incident registered in Poland in which two people died in the border town of Przewodow due to an explosion due to the impact of missiles, this Thursday at least two people died in an attack against a town in the region Ukrainian from Zaporizhia (south), which has led the Ukrainian and Russian authorities to exchange new accusations about the authorship of the launches.
In Spain, the Public Treasury has placed 3,935.89 million euros in an auction of government bonds and obligations, in the expected medium range, and has done so remunerating investors with lower interest in the reference to three years.
In this scenario, the Ibex 35 stood at 8,036.1 points at twelve noon, with the majority of majors in negative. The greatest falls were presented by Cellnex (-3.36%), Santander (-1.55%), Endesa (-1.49%), Sabadell (-1.46%), Amadeus (-1.33%), Repsol (-1.31%) and Sacyr (-1.27%).
On the positive side, the rises of Colonial (1.58%), Solaria (1.25%), Meliá (0.7%), Merlin (0.5%) and PharmaMar (0.5%) stand out.
The rest of the European stock markets also recorded falls in the mid-session, of 0.55% in London, 0.78% in Paris, 0.01% in Frankfurt and 0.57% in Milan.
The price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, stood at 92.16 dollars, with a decrease of 0.75%, while Texas stood at 84.66 dollars, with a fall of 1.1%.
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0338 'greenbacks', while the Spanish risk premium stood at 101 basis points, with the interest required on the ten-year bond at 3.001%.